Storyful CEO Mark Little: will speak at the Eban congress in Dublin Castle

More than 350 investors, entrepreneurs, fund managers and business angels are expected to attend the Eban congress in Dublin Castle this week.The inte(...)

Full list of candidates It may be the second largest local authority in the country after Dublin City Council with 55 seats, but Cork County Co(...)

Rub-a-dub-dub: three business people who have benefited from peer-to-peer lending (from left) butcher John Sheridan of Sheridan Meats, baker Laragh Strahan of Lolly and Cooks, and candlestick-maker Larry Kinsella of Moth to a Flame

“Neither a borrower nor a lender be,” Polonius memorably urged his son in Hamlet , but if yo(...)

Cork engineer Seán O’Sullivan with Prince Charles on the site of the Salwa Palace, a Unesco World Heritage Site currently being carefully restored

A short history lesson. In 1744, a pact between Muhammad ibn Saud and Islamic religious leader Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab took place in w(...)

Ronan Dunne said the “innate digital potential of our young people” was “not just a responsibility for the education sector”.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Almost obscured behind the feel-good banter of the US embassy’s Smart People, Smart Economy event last week, there was a genuine, thoughtful de(...)

Former Zynga executive Marcus Segal addresses the Smart People Smart Economy conference at the US Embassy. Photograph: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Companies can no longer expect to become major global technology players without having an Irish base, a Dublin conference hea(...)

One of the most expensive homes to come on the Dublin market in recent years has been sold for €8 million. Deepwell, the former Blackrock famil(...)

Jack Ryan and Finn Briody, Holy Cross School, Limerick, at Shannon Airport yesterday.

The entrepreneurs of today met with the entrepreneurs of tomorrow at a technology jamboree at Shannon airport yesterday.Six-hundred secondary-school s(...)

The Entrepreneurship Forum, chaired by cloud visionary and RTÉ dragon Sean O’Sullivan, has recommended a long-term flat rate of tax for entrepreneurs.

The Entrepreneurship Forum, chaired by cloud visionary and RTÉ dragon Sean O’Sullivan, has recommended a long-term flat rate of tax for entrepreneurs.(...)

Seán O’Sullivan was initially  given a 12-week ban by the Mid-Cork board. This was reduced to eight weeks on an appeal after the authorities learned that he had earlier suffered a head injury in the match.

Sports organisations have a duty to prevent acts of “savage violence” on playing pitches and if they fail to do so, then the courts will deal firml(...)