Storyful’s founder and former chief executive, Mark Little. Photograph: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Storyful, the social-media verification agency founded by Mark Little, is hiring, but what kind of person might they be looking for? In its recruitmen(...)

“There is an awful lot of legal information out there like judgments, laws, administrative decisions and commentary. We want to put it all in one place so it is properly systemised and presented”

  Gavin Sheridan, the former director of innovation at social media news company Storyful, is launching a start-up called Vizlegal, which (...)

Mark Little is to step down as chief executive of Storyful but will continue to serve as its primary ‘ambassador’.

  Mark Little is to step down as chief executive of Storyful, the company he founded in 2010, on the first anniversary of the company’s ac(...)

Founder and chief executve of Storyful Mark Little: “The concept of having a market for global ideas is enormous. I am backing the jockey as well as the horse here.” Photograph: Sam Boal /Photocall Ireland

Three high-profile investors, including Mark Little, the chief executive of Storyful, and two veteran Silicon Valley venture capitalists, have decide(...)

Students pictured at the launch of the  Student Summit 2014. Photograph: USI

The nation’s brightest young entrepreneurial minds are flocking to Dublin Castle tonight for the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) Student Su(...)

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(...)

Novelist Roddy Doyle blamed the Irish secondary school system for causing the groupthink which was the reason “the country was now “f****ed”. Photograph: Jacob Blickenstaff

Subjects ranging from building loveable robots to how to launch a premium brand of denim jeans were among the more unusual topics covered at a(...)

Soundwave founder and chief executive Brendan O’Driscoll: “The major global tech players are being lured to set up offices in Ireland by the IDA”.

Dublin’s Digital Masterplan to develop the city as a centre of digital excellence will be unveiled next month. The plan will provide a common f(...)