Brian Conroy, president of Fidelity International as the company announced 250 additional jobs for its Dublin office. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Global investment company Fidelity International will create 250 new jobs at its Dublin office, it announced on Wednesday. Having set up in Ireland i(...)

Veritas, which deals in multi-cloud data management, will create 250 new jobs.

Tech company Veritas is to create 250 new jobs by 2019 following the opening of a multimillion research and development centre in Dublin. The firm, w(...)

Fianna Fáil social protection spokesman Willie O’Dea  feels his demand for a €5 rise in the State pension and disability and carers allowance will not be fully met.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Fianna Fáil social protection spokesman Willie O’Dea has intervened in budget negotiations to demand social welfare increases. The Sunday Independent (...)

Ireland has expressed a preference for hosting Europe’s drugs regulator, the European Medical Agency (EMA), after Brexit. File photograph: Getty Images

The publication on Saturday of the EU Commission’s unranked and unshortlisted assessment of the 27 bids from member states to host the London-based Eu(...)

Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald: “We’ve seen double the visits from Japanese firms to Ireland last year.”

Direct flights between Dublin and Tokyo are inevitable given the increased interaction between the two states, according to the Tánaiste and Minister (...)

The view from Singapore’s tallest building, the Tanjong Pagar Centre, which towers over the Central Business District and is lit by reduced-energy usage lighting system created by the Dublin-headquartered Cylon Controls. Photograph: Clifford Coonan

Singapore’s tallest building, the Tanjong Pagar Centre, towers over the Central Business District, elegantly illuminated by its reduced-energy usage l(...)

 Tech Ireland said there are at least 66 companies working in the AI sector, employing almost 2,500 people. Photograph: iStock/Askold Romanov, Mlenny & Tricia Seibold

Plans are afoot to establish the first dedicated masters in artificial intelligence (AI) programme in the country as IDA Ireland continues with moves (...)

Denmark’s Casper Klynge was appointed the world’s first national technology ambassador in June.

The Government has been urged to develop a national ICT hub and to appoint a technology ambassador to represent the Irish tech sector in Silicon Valle(...)

US President Donald Trump is expected to announce tax reform proposals on Wednesday

Ireland has little to fear from plans by US president Donald Trump to slash the US corporate tax rate to 20 per cent in a bid to lure US companies to (...)

Conference delegates heard  the Irish population is expected to grow to 6 million by 2040 with Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford increasing in size by 50 per cent which would necessitate half a million homes being built. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Government expects 19,000 houses to be completed by the end of this year and a further 23,000 houses to be finished by 2018. Speaking at a Prope(...)