A Limerick couple who lost their premature baby son have discovered the plot he was buried in was later sold for adult burials. No record was kept of (...)

 Dr Derek Power, consultant medical oncologist at Cork  University Hospital. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

The majority of Irish cancer patients survive the disease for at least 10 years, according to new figures that reveal the rapid progress being made i(...)

Mobile operator iD has signed up with Waterford based Eishtec to provide its customer service when IT launches in the coming weeks. The mobile firm,(...)

A ileen Burke, former sommelier at The Greenhouse, has joined  Spanish food and wine shop Black Pig in Donnybrook

From the Greenhouse to the Black Pig Aileen Burke, previously sommelier at The Greenhouse in Dublin 2, has joined the team at the Spanish food a(...)

Paul Walsh (left), Dell’s chief information officer, with Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and president of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Dell Aongus Hegarty at the announcement of Dell’s decision to create 100 innovation technology R&D roles at its Limerick Campus. Photograph: Don Moloney / Press 22

When Paul Walsh started out with Dell, it was in customer support. Back then, the company was concentrating on shifting PCs, allowing customers to bui(...)

Guinness parent company Diageo says China and India are “key growth engines” for the group. Photograph: Eric Luke

Guinness parent Diageo vodka, has shaken up its management team in a move that underscores its ambitions in emerging markets and lays down a ma(...)

The Government has cast their attendance at the 44th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos as an opportunity to promote Ireland as a major location for international business and investment. Photograph: Jean-Christophe Bott/EPA

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Finance Michael Noonan will conduct scheduled meetings at the Davos forum with US treasury secretary Jacob Le(...)

While drinks companies and sporting bodies never made any secret of their disdain for any sponsorship ban, the FoI records point to a concerted push by a well-resourced and well-informed industry to bring its concerns directly into the heart of Government. Photograph: Inpho/Lorraine O’Sullivan

The drinks industry engaged in a sustained effort to dissuade the Coalition from banning the sponsorship of major sporting events by drink companies, (...)

Prime Minister David Cameron speaking at the Invest Northern Ireland investment conference at the Titanic Belfast, yesterday. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA.

European Union rules, particularly those applying to small companies, must be reduced, or abolished, some of Britain’s most influential business leade(...)

Donard Gaynor’s knowledge of the global spirits market, particularly the buying habits of whiskey drinkers, is older than some of the rare malts resti(...)