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According to Irish VoIP group Blueface, remote working will likely rival fixed office locations by 2025. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The number of people choosing to work remotely has risen significantly in recent years. The reasons are not difficult to understand. With the rising c(...)

HGC chief executive Andrew Kwok and Blueface co-founder and chief executive Alan Foy.

Irish technology company Blueface, which recently agreed a $500 million (€431 million) merger with US rival Star2Star, has signed a major contract to(...)

Ires Reit chief executive Margaret Sweeney:   Ires’s €40m acquisition of 128 apartments at the Hampton Wood development in Finglas is expected to generate a gross yield of 6.25 per cent.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

MONDAY Indicators: Irish retail sales (Apr); German import prices (Apr). TUESDAY Results: Kainos, Frutarom, HP. Indicators: Irish overseas tra(...)

The buyout by Boyle Sports of JP Bookmakers was one of the nine so-called “in-market” transactions noted by Investec.

The Investec M&A Tracker index for the first three months of the year recorded an increase in the number of mergers and acquisitions, compared wit(...)

We are getting ever closer to see some delivery on the promises of 5G

While the usual mobile phone announcements were made - Sony, Samsung, LG and Huawei all unveiled new phones at the event - Mobile World Congress is ab(...)

Intel bought Israeli autonomous vehicle technology firm Mobileye in a deal worth $15.3 billion. Photograph: AFP Photo / Kimihiro Hoshinokimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images
The key sectors

In what was another very strong year for Irish mergers and acquisition activity, there was little change in the sectoral profile, with healthcare, foo(...)

Brendan O’Leary, John Palmer and John Kinnane of the  Department of Finance, at a press conference on Wednesday to announce the end-year exchequer returns. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Following a year dominated by Brexit talks and intense pressure on the Republic’s corporate tax practices, this first week of 2018 brought an opportun(...)

Dublin-based Blueface received € 10 million in investment from the BDO Development Capital Fund to support its international expansion. The fund has sold its shares as part of the merger.

The Irish cloud communications company Blueface has agreed to a $500 million merger with US rival Star2Star Communications to create a global competit(...)

Alan Foy of Blueface: “There seems to be an increased appetite for cloud communications in enterprises which is driving new demand.”

Alan Foy is responsible for the strategic direction and overall management of Blueface, a leading global unified communications as a service (UCaaS) p(...)

Fergal Brady took his MBA in Paris and later moved to Italy

With its familiar-sounding mix of economic crisis and high unemployment, Italy may not seem like the obvious first choice for overseas expansion. Howe(...)

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