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Sue Robbins Fehily: says she and husband Tom “haven’t put a foot wrong” with Wildberry Bakery since mentor James Burke started advising them.

Good mentors will challenge your cosy assumptions and make your business stronger in the process. It’s the reason so many start-ups hand over sizeable(...)

OURSA was set up to run in a venue adjacent to the RSA conference after RSA controversially listed only a single women, Monica Lewinsky, in its initial lineup of keynote speakers.

Poor security and inadequate legal protections enable emerging technologies and online platforms to be used for surveillance and other attacks on user(...)

A Waymo self-driving vehicle is parked outside the Alphabet company’s offices where its been testing autonomous vehicles in Arizona

As many as 100,000 high-end direct and indirect jobs could be created in Ireland by 2030 as driverless cars become the norm, a new report claims. The(...)

David Robertson of MIT with Cathy Byrne and Ryan McCarthy of KPMG.

Disruption is overrated and deciding what not to do is an essential ingredient of successful innovation. These were just two of the quite surprising i(...)

Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer of Microsoft: firm is opposing the US government on  warrant for data stored abroad. Photograph: Olivier Douliery/AFP/Getty Images

US supreme court justices on Tuesday began deliberations on Microsoft’s dispute with the US justice department over whether prosecutors can force tech(...)

Microsoft: the US government says prosecutors are entitled to data it stores overseas. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

A major privacy-rights fight between Microsoft and the US justice department that began in Ireland reaches the American supreme court this week, with (...)

Michael Doyle and Rosanna Kleemann with their laptop which they  used to find their new home. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Property hunting has become a pastime de jour in the last two years, with pubs and coffee shops the stage for conversations about whether now is the r(...)

Ask any manager of an innovation hub where some of the most productive work is done and they will tell you it’s in the communal kitchen or cafe where people get the opportunity to meet each other informally and shoot the breeze. Photograph: iStock

Hands up all those who think requests by email are more effective than asking someone to do something face-to-face. If your hand is in the air, you ne(...)

Andreas Heise: "We are very interested in technologies like 3D-printing, where you build up layers of materials to make a structure"

You are interested in making molecules that can deliver medicines into the body. What do you do? “We make polymers in our lab. Because we want to use (...)

Chris Byrne: “People don’t give their trust easily and I think it takes a bit longer to earn it in Europe and Ireland than in the US.”

Chris Byrne of Workday confesses to being shocked when she learned she had been chosen as this year’s Great Place to Work Most Trusted Leader. “It’s d(...)

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