“If I didn’t get up every day and love what I did, I’m in the wrong place,” says Cathriona Hallahan, managing director of Microsoft Ireland.

For Microsoft Ireland’s managing director Cathriona Hallahan, 2015 is a landmark year. Not only does it mark the 30th anniversary of the Irish subsidi(...)

Microsoft is celebrating 30 years in Ireland. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Microsoft has unveiled its plans for a new €134 million campus-style location in Dublin, bringing its 1,200-strong workforce under one roof.The intent(...)

The vast majority of Irish people support strong privacy protection for their online data and want the Government to set a high bar in defending it, a(...)

Jordan Belfort: aims to give attendees at the seminar the formula for success at creating wealth. Photograph: reuters

Former stockbroker and the “Wolf of Wall Street” himself – Jordan Belfort – is coming to Dublin this week. Mr Belfort, the man who wrote the New York (...)

An additional 20 people will join the existing team of 80 employees at the Dublin data centre for Europe, the Middle East and Africa when the build is completed next year. Stuart Isett/The New York Times

Microsoft is to invest €170 million to expand its Europe, Middle East and Africa data centre in Dublin, it has been announced. A total of 380 construc(...)

Andrew Kingston, Peter Duffy, Brendan Finucane and Daniel Rosehill just off the Start-up Express from Cork for the Dublin Web Summit. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Tough love from managing director of start-up accelerator Techstars Nicole Glaros did nothing to dampen the spirits and mood of entrepreneurs aboard t(...)

A specially chartered train will today bring more than 180 entrepreneurs and venture capitalists from Cork to the RDS for the Dublin Web Summit.The tr(...)

Pilot, entrepreneur and Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson will be the keynote speaker at the National Leadership Summit in Croke Park tomorrow. The(...)

Irish organisations are adopting cloud services at a steady pace, although the take-up among smaller firms has accelerated, a new survey shows.(...)