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Clyde House has a high-profile position within the IDA Blanchardstown Business and Technology Park, Dublin 15

Former Dragon’s Den investor, presidential hopeful and telecoms entrepreneur Sean Gallagher’s company, Clyde Real Estate, is to ramp up its investment(...)

US attorney general William Barr: made a very socialist proposal for a very senior member of the GOP. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA

American cellular mobile networks are delicate. If, like me, you are a reasonably frequent visitor to the US, then you will probably have been frustra(...)

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Nokia’s fourth-quarter profit exceeded expectations, bringing relief to investors concerned about the Finnish company’s checkered performance in the e(...)

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Bitten by the travel bug? here are some gadgets to help smooth your New Year journeys. V-Bag V-bag €60 V-bag by Vodafone is intende(...)

Apple watch (€439)

There are plenty of gadgets out there to help busy business people get on with their day. But the choice can be overwhelming. So what should you be pa(...)

Nokia said certain practices relating to compliance issues at the former Alcatel-Lucent business had raised its concerns during the integration process

Shares in Finnish network equipment maker Nokia fell by over 8 per cent as the company said on Friday it was looking into transactions at its former F(...)

V-Bag by Vodafone

V-Bag by Vodafone €60 I’m a fan of Bluetooth trackers. I own several Chipolos because finding my car keys and wallet (and various other items) is one(...)

When businessman Lars Bjoerk moved to Ireland from Sweden in 1970 his love of horses was a major driving factor. An accomplished international event r(...)

Tom Donnellan, chief executive designate of  Bord na Móna.

Telecoms group Alcatel Lucent executive Tom Donnellan is set to become managing director and chief executive of State company Bord na Móna. Clare nat(...)

MyDawa currently employs 30 staff directly, and is making about 20 drugs. File photograph: Getty Images

Cork businessman Neil O’Leary is leading a $5 million investment in a new technology company that aims to supply medicines in Kenya at discounts of up(...)

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