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Danalto chief executive David McDonald;   Niall McEvoy, HPSU manager at Enterprise Ireland; Tom Farrell, Danalto CTO;  Helen McBreen, investment director, Atlantic Bridge;  Albert Baker, Danalto COO and Neil Gordon, start-up development manager, Trinity College Dublin

Danalto, a Trinity College Dublin spin-out focused on internet of things (IoT) services and technologies, has raised €750,000 in seed funding The com(...)

AI start-up Aylien found that the vast majority of CNN’s content about US president Donald Trump was neutral, “but that journalists also take non-neutral stances toward the president”.

Remember that video US president Donald Trump tweeted in which he wrestled someone to the ground and started punching them? It was genuine footage of (...)

Who’s who in The Irish Times Top 1000 2018?

Apple has catapulted from 11th to pole position in this year’s Irish Times Top 1000 2018 list, the definitive database of Ireland’s leading companies,(...)

 Aylien chief executive Parsa Ghaffari with Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald and Joe Healy of  Enterprise Ireland. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

Artificial intelligence company Aylien plans to create 70 jobs following an investment of €2 million. The company, which is headquartered in Dublin, (...)

Web Summit co-founder Paddy Cosgrave opening the event  at the RDS in 2015. Photograph: Eric Luke

The 2016 Web Summit will be a different affair from previous years, not least because it is the first year the event will not be held in Ireland. I(...)

Aylien chief executive and founder Parsa Ghaffari: “We will use these newly raised funds to expand our reach in the market, and to accelerate our growth.”

Irish-based technology firm Aylien has raised €580,000 in its latest funding round, backed by SOSV and Enterprise Ireland. The money will be used to(...)