UK payday lender Wonga is set to cut 325 jobs and close its Dublin office under a “strategic refocus” of its consumer businesses. (Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire)

Britain’s biggest payday lender Wonga Group said on Tuesday it would close its Dublin office as the company announces plans to shed a third of its wo(...)

Globoforce  chief executive officer Eric Mosley.

Irish software business Globoforce looks set to list its shares on Nasdaq within a week, according to the Sunday Independent. The software company spe(...)

Intune Networks founder and chief technology officer John Dunne. Photograph: Maxwell

Intune, it definitely was not, at least not with its departing staff. News that Intune Networks was heading into receivership only exacerbated the pli(...)

Management at the payments company Payzone Group, including its chief executive Mike Maloney, will take a €2.5 million cash payment off the table afte(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien: invited  to the Global Irish Economic Forum,which will be held at Dublin Castle on October 4th and 5th. Photograph: David Sleator

The Government has invited businessman Denis O’Brien to the next economic summit for the Irish diaspora in the autumn. The telecoms billionaire is one(...)