Mattias Ljungman, above, who created Atomico with Skype co-founder Niklas Zennstrom, remains hopeful that tech gorillas will emerge in Europe

Europe’s tech sector is on track for a record level of investment this year but poor access to late-stage capital is keeping it from creating independ(...)

Wreckage from the Munich air crash in 1958 in which eight Manchester United players were among the 23 people killed

A chartered plane with Brazilian first division football team Chapecoense has crashed in Colombia while on its way to the finals of a regional tournam(...)

Signs of toughening resolve from Brussels over Brexit have been reflected in a series of warnings from senior European politicians over the last week. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Five months after the British vote to leave the European Union, the question of what Brexit will look like remains as elusive as ever. A leaked Del(...)

“Now, where did I put that glass of mulled wine?”

It was inevitable, I suppose. After decades of being told how the French do everything so much better than the rest of us – raising kids, staying t(...)

Silo founder Douglas McMaster: “I work to a different standard. My standard is brilliant.” Photograph: Luke MacGregor

Bertha was his £22,000 learning curve. These days she mostly sits there humming. In the two years since Douglas McMaster captured the restaurant world(...)

A model of Ballymore Group’s proposed development of Dublin Landings,  a 1,000,000sq ft mixed-use development situated along Dublin’s North Wall Quay. Photograph: Alan Betson

“The scarcity and cost of residential accommodation in Dublin concerns me . . . something needs to be done to get the residential market back building(...)

Dublin was Europe’s fastest growing category one airport – those handling 25 million-plus passengers – in the three months ended September 30th

Dublin’s and Shannon’s status as the only EU airports with US pre-clearance is under threat as Washington is considering opening similar facilities i(...)

Would a more pragmatic, creative solution not be both less expensive and less destructive of the National Museum of Ireland’s capacities? Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The National Museum of Ireland in Kildare Street, Dublin, is one of our premier cultural heritage institutions. It is the treasure house of our nation(...)

SAS: the airline  began flying in and out of Dublin Airport in April 1966. Since then, it has carried more than 4.5 million travellers on its three routes.

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is stepping up its services from Dublin Airport next year by adding extra flights to its three routes to and from the Iris(...)

CGI of an urban baths project at Grand Canal Dock prepared by architects Urban Agency

Reclaiming riverfront and underused port areas for leisure (think Paris-Plages) is a growing trend as European cities and towns come to see harbour ba(...)