Qualtrics chief executive Ryan Smith with Taoiseach Enda Kenny: the tech firm has leased a building close to St Stephen’s Green and it has more space than it needs to accommodate the planned 250-strong workforce. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

US-based Qualtrics started out as a family business when it was founded in 2002, but more than a decade later it has grown into an international compa(...)

 Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the opening of the company’s first Dublin office in 2013.  Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

US software firm Qualtrics is to create 100 jobs at its Dublin base.The new roles will take the number of people employed by the firm to 250 by the en(...)

Musgrave said it was planning to develop a strategic partnership with Booker to collaborate on store formats, digital innovation, buying opportunities, sharing of best practice and to achieve cost savings and efficiencies for the business.

Musgrave Group is selling its loss-making British business, which operates the Budgens and Londis brands, to Booker for €57 million. The move follows (...)

Kingspan chairman Eugene Murtagh and chief executive Gene Murtagh. The plan to buy Vicwest’s building products division was originally announced in November. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Insulation manufacturer Kingspan has completed the acquisition of the building products division of Vicwest. The company announced on Wednesday it had(...)

Ryan Smith: founder of Qualtrics

US software firm Qualtrics is set to significantly expand its Irish operations, with the announcement of new jobs on the cards. Although exact (...)

Remember the 3Doodler? The pen unleashed your inner creativity by allowing you to “draw” models in the air, rendered in ABS plastic. You could bring t(...)

Dyson has been making a name for itself in the cordless vacuum-cleaner market, but it’s also doing some good work with fans and heaters. Its Hot + Coo(...)

Technology is supposed to make life easier, but anyone who has ever used a computer or even the dreaded self- service checkout in the supermarket know(...)

Vodafone has also partnered with ESB for a €450 million fibre to the home joint venture that will roll out high speed broadband to 50 towns across Ireland.. Photograph: Toby Melville/Files/Reuters

Revenues at Vodafone Ireland fell almost 3 per cent as inter-operator revenues fell and competition continued in the pay-as-you-go market. Reve(...)

A rise in digital ad revenue helped offset a declin in published ads in the weeks to May 1st 2015, Independent News & Media said. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

Group revenues at Independent News & Media declined by 1 per cent, and circulation revenues fell, but the company said market conditions had indic(...)