Muufri’s  chief technology officer warns that moves to increase milk production in order to satisfy global demand could lead to a sharp deterioration in quality

Irish farmers run the risk of ruining the country’s reputation as a premium dairy producer by ramping up milk production too quickly. That’s ac(...)

John Dennehy (left) chief executive of Zartis, which has  teamed up with Russian technology human resources veteran Artem Zurukin

Zartis. com, a recruitment software firm backed by Enterprise Ireland, AIB and Seán O’Sullivan’s SOSventures, has formed a joint venture to target the(...)

Mark Little: set to get about €5 million from €18 million sale of Storyful. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former RTÉ broadcaster Mark Little hit pay dirt yesterday when he sold his social media news agency, Storyful, to News Corp for €18 million, pocketing(...)

Mark Little said News Corp was a “dream partner” for Storyful, which he said would hire up to 10 new technology staff in Dublin next year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former RTÉ broadcaster Mark Little, who left the station in 2010 to set up technology company Storyful, will earn about €5 million after selling th(...)

 People taking part in a  demonstration held by the group Survivors of Symphysiotomy  outside Leinster House in June. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Government has appointed a judge to examine the feasibility of a compensation scheme for women who underwent symphysiotomies, a controversial chil(...)

Minister for Health James Reilly suggested appointing a judge who could mediate between the women who had symphysiotomies and the hospitals. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Demands by women who had symphysiotomies have met “a brick wall wrapped in cotton wool” during a meeting with Minister for Health James Reilly, a g(...)

Women taking part in a public demonstration held by the group Survivors of Symphysiotomy outside Leinster Houselast month. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Women who underwent symphysiotomies by having their pelvises unnecessarily broken during childbirth should be paid damages of up to €450,000, accordin(...)