Looking to go far: GirlCrew co-founders Elva Carri,  Áine Mulloy and Pamela Newenham

Dublin-based start-up GirlCrew, which has more than 100,000 members across 46 cities worldwide, is marking the release of its new mobile app with the (...)

Girlcrew founders Elva Carri, Pamela Newenham and Aine Mulloy have been named one of the Dublin branch of Junior Chamber International’s 10 Outstandin(...)

GirlCrew founders (L-R): Elva Carri, Pamela Newenham and Aine Mulloy

Irish start-up GirlCrew is heading to the US to represent the European Union at the upcoming SXSW Interactive festival next month. The Dublin-based(...)

Pictured are Elva Carri, Pamela Newenham, Aine Mulloy all from GirlCrew. Picture by Shane O’Neill Photography.

Social start-up GirlCrew has been named overall winner of the Irish leg of international start-up competition Start TLV. The company beat competiti(...)

Winners: Pamela Newenham of GirlCrew, Luuv’s Tim Kirchner  and Michael O’Dwyer of SwiftComply  at the Startup Europe Summit in Berlin. Photograph: Ralf Rühmeier

Irish start-ups SwiftComply and GirlCrew took silver and bronze respectively at the Startup Europe Summit pitching competition in Berlin. The competi(...)

 Elva Carri, Pamela Newenham, and Aine Mulloy of GirlCrew. Photograph: Shane O’Neill Photography

Irish start-up GirlCrew has been chosen as one of the Irish winners of the Silicon Valley and EU Roadshow. Nine start-ups from Dublin, Berlin, Milan(...)

Pictured at the Importance of Business to the City to City Connection conference. From left: Tim Quigley, San Jose Dublin Sister City organisation, Gina Quin, Dublin Chamber,  Rose Herrera, vice mayor of San Jose, and Pamela Newenham of The Irish Times. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

The “close friendship” between Dublin and San José, California, has helped foster a “dynamic business relationship” between the two cities, according (...)

Kingspan chief executive Gene Murtagh said the first half of 2015 has been “a record period” for the company. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Kingspan chief executive, Gene Murtagh, believes that the Republic’s building industry will continue growing over “the next few years”. Revenues at th(...)

Mark Redmond, chief executive of the American Chamber said:  “The legislation has to be really clear so businesses can understand and implement it.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The American Chamber of Commerce has warned that new Irish tax incentives may fail because they do not match the needs of multinationals. The chamber(...)

The European Commission has approved CRH’s planned €6.5 billion purchase of assets from rivals Holcim and Lafarge.

The European Commission has approved CRH’s planned €6.5 billion purchase of assets from rivals Holcim and Lafarge. Holcim and Lafarge agreed a €40 bil(...)