Dentists have called on the HSE to give them a key role in the State’s tobacco control strategy, similar to the practice in Sweden. The Irish D(...)

LogMeIn announced in November that it would create 50 jobs in Dublin by establishing its European operations here as part of an IDA-supp(...)

 Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton. Photograph: Alan Betson/Irish Times

Two US software firms are to create 95 jobs in Dublin and Limerick. Electronic payments firm ACI is expanding its Irish Development Cent(...)

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, launched the Irish Debt Securities Association (IDSA) in Dublin yesterday. Th(...)

When David Bobbett first joined global manufacturing company H&K International, taking over the business was the last thing on his mind. (...)

The IFSC accounts for 15 per cent of multinational employment in Ireland, and contributes 7.7 per cent of Irish GDP.   Photograph: Bryan O'Brien/The Irish Times

Ireland must make the most of its reputation as the place to develop software and new technologies if the IFSC is to prosper, according to John(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny talks to Patrick Manley, chief executive of Zurich’s General Insurance segment in Europe, at the jobs announcement today. Photograph:  Jason Clarke

Zurich Insurance is to create 112 new jobs in two technology hubs it is establishing in Dublin to support its global business. One hub will support(...)

Internet company Yahoo! is to create 200 new jobs over the next 12 months. The company will announce its expansion plans later today to more th(...)

A poster of Luke “MIng” Flanagan looks down over the Roscommon town of Castlerea, the TD's home base.
Miracle for Ming

With the Dáil in the throes of its annual Cheltdown and those not interested in horses switching attention to the Habemus Papam Handicap Chase,(...)

A queue of jobhunters for the 100 jobs being offered by  Eishtec in Waterford at jobs fair in the city yesterday.

“There’s lads after coming through that door who had no computer skills and now they’re top sales people.” Mark Walsh from Kilmeaden has(...)