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EdgeTier founders Ciarán Tobin, Bart Lehane and Shane Lynn.

EdgeTier, an Irish start-up using artificial intelligence (AI) to improve customer service, has raised €1.5 million in a new funding round. The inves(...)

Corvil chief executive Donal Byrne on stage at the Web Summit. File photograph

Irish real-time data analytics company Corvil is to be acquired by US-based Pico for an undisclosed sum. Corvil, which was founded by the late Prof J(...)

VideoElephant adds more than 2,000 new clips each day to its fast-growing video library

VideoElephant, an Irish company whose backers include Smurfit Kappa chief executive Tony Smurfit. has raised € 5.5 million in a funding round led by D(...)

Act Venture Capital managing director John Flynn said there is currently a good funding environment in Ireland.

Irish tech firms are to gain a new source of funding with the European Investment Fund (EIF) announcing it is to plough €20 million into early- and e(...)

Corvil chief executive Donal Byrne  at the Dublin Tech Summit.

Irish real-time data analytics company Corvil reported record revenues last year as profits jumped nearly 60 per cent, newly filed accounts show. The(...)

Software entrepreneur Ray Nolan, with Reuben Leahy, (6) from Dublin at launch of ‘Techies4TempleStreet’ to raise funds for Temple Street Hospital. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Charity event “Techies4TempleStreet” hopes to raise more than €200,000 for the children’s hospital. The July 7th event, organised by Temple Street H(...)

Chloe Fernagut from Toulouse, France converses with Robothespian while taking a selfie during pre-registration for the Dublin Tech Summit at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Barbara Lindberg.

There has never been more venture capital chasing bad ideas than at present, attendees at the inaugural Dublin Tech Summit were told on Wednesday. No(...)

Dublin docklands where high-frequency traders have offices

Michael Lewis’s tale of flash trading in the US may have an Irishman at its heart, but it’s not the only Irish link with the use of super-fast (...)

The Irish Pension Unit Trust (IPUT) is to pay about €20 million for a modern office building in Dublin’s International Financial Services Cent(...)

6 George’s Dock, IFSC: two empty floors when fully let could increase rent roll from the third generation office block to around €1.4 million

Bank of Ireland is availing of the buoyant market to offload another distressed office investment in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre.(...)

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