Boxer Katie Taylor: Olympic champion is due to address the I Wish conference in Cork, which aims to encourage more women to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and maths. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Dublin City University will host its second annual business matchmaker next week, but this Wednesday is the last day to register. More than 150 peopl(...)

Vodafone Ireland’s Anne O’Leary and Ciaran Barrett: Vodafone Ireland is offering access to more than 100 TV and radio channels, along with restart TV, wireless multiroom technology and Netflix. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

It may be hard to believe now but less than 20 years ago general election candidates were running on the issue of whether their communities could rece(...)

The so-called “inversion” deal involving Tyco and Johnson Controls drew the ire of US politicians and put a renewed focus on Ireland’s corporate tax regime

Multinational Tyco has confirmed Cork will be the firm’s global headquarters following its controversial merger with US firm Johnson Controls. The s(...)

Leonard Ponzi: will run Reputation Inc’s New York office.

Yet another Irish-linked communications consultancy is heading stateside. Reputation Inc, the British and Irish agency founded by former Edelman Irela(...)

Telecom Éireann moved from public to private ownership in 1999 in what for the State was a successful privatisation. But for many small investors new (...)

Service revenue at Vodafone rose in the third quarter.  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Vodafone Ireland said its service revenue rose in its third quarter as growth returned to its mobile market, with both consumer and enterprise sector(...)

Vodafone has moved to reassure Irish investors that they will not lose out after it emerged that many would fare worse under its low-cost dealing option than if they had used an already available online alternative.

Vodafone has moved to reassure Irish investors that they will not lose out after it emerged that many would fare worse under its low-cost dealing opti(...)

Vodafone investors finally put out of their misery. Photograph: PA Wire

Vodafone finally moved this week to put hundreds of thousands of one-time stock market investors out of their misery. It’s all a far cry from 1999 w(...)

ComReg has been strongly criticised for taking too long to adjudicate on complaints that Eir is abusing its dominant position in the market. Photograph: Karl Hussey/Fennell Photography

The telecoms watchdog has been strongly criticised for taking too long to adjudicate on complaints that Eir is abusing its dominant position in the ma(...)

The multinational group has 334,342 small Irish shareholders on its register, each owning fewer than 1,000 shares. Photograph: Ina Fassbender/Reuters

Vodafone, the UK telecoms giant, is offering Irish shareholders the chance to exit the group. Hundreds of thousands of Irish investors who hold share(...)