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E3 may be on the way but this year, it will be without Sony’s participation. The tech company has decided to skip the big reveal at the games event an(...)

Smurfit Kappa was in demand, advancing 4.2 per cent to €27.06.

European shares advanced on Wednesday as investors pinned their hopes on a soft Brexit and the US finally reaching a trade deal with China. The pan-E(...)

Low-cost airline Ryanair finished Wednesday up at €11.025.  Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Stocks shrugged off any impact from the latest phase of the UK’s internal row over its departure from the European Union, dealers said on Wednesday. (...)

Almost $6.5 billion (€5.6 billion) worth of Tilray shares traded hands on US exchanges on Wednesday, second only to Amazon’s $7.6 billion - a stock almost 47 times the size of Tilray’s $20 billion market valuation

In perhaps the wildest day yet for the nascent legal cannabis trade, shares in Tilray took a ride reminiscent of the Bitcoin craze and even the height(...)

The idea that schoolbooks would be a thing of the past  hasn’t  been realised just yet. But a growing number of teachers  are bringing in new technology to help out in the classroom

With the new school and college year fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about the technology you need. From laptops and smartphones to the (...)

Ryanair gained almost 2 per cent to close at €14.41 by the end of the session, despite facing further industrial action from its staff.

An easing of the fears over US tariffs and some solid company results helped lift European stocks to fresh highs. But US markets were dragged down e(...)

Intel’s recently-departed chief executiveBrian Krzanich addressing CES 2018 in Las Vegas in January. His departure in June rocked the company. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

When disgruntled Fairchild Semiconductor engineers Robert Noyce (co-inventor of the integrated circuit) and Gordon Moore jumped ship to set up their o(...)

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s   abrupt departure did not alarm Wall St.

When Brian Krzanich took over the top job at Intel, he had a simple message. The US chipmaker was the clear leader in the world’s most demanding manuf(...)

If Intel’s business is significantly hampered by the chip flaw debacle, there may be unease in Ireland, where it employs about 5,000 people at its sites in Leixlip and Shannon. Photograph: Thomas White/Reuters

“Bad news isn’t wine. It doesn’t improve with age.” Intel bosses may wish they had kept that in mind when the tech giant was formulating its response (...)

Strong results for JPMorgan lifted financial stocks in the US on Friday. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

The UK’s top share index held on to record highs on the last day of the trading week. In Dublin the Iseq overall index edged up 0.58 per cent. Meanw(...)

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