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Breaking down the   Berlin Wall. Its fall  initiated a major transformation in the wider European economy whose effects played out over the subsequent 25 years.  Photograph:   David Brauchli/Reuters

The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 freed eastern Europe from repressive communist regimes that not only limited individual freedoms but also resulted(...)

Skillnet network manager Annette Coburn, and RebelCon  co-founder Damien Daly. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Cork is to play host to a two-day tech event that will see speakers from the tech industry address topics from software engineering and big data to cu(...)

Dell’s total net revenue rose 2.6 per cent to $21.91 billion in the three months ended May 3rd

Dell Technologies, which employs 6,000 people across Dell, VMWare and Pivotal in the Republic, reported lower-than-expected revenue in the first quart(...)

John Moran, a  former head of the Department of Finance, will address the Institute for Securities & Investment on what the new European landscape looks like for Ireland. Photograph: David Sleator

MONDAY Meetings: Launch of Ibec’s Low Carbon Transition Roadmap (Ibec offices, Lower Baggot Street, Dublin). TUESDAY Indicators: Irish overse(...)

“It’s been a pleasure to work with a team of Trinity MBA students as part of their Strategic Company Project.” Photograph: iStock

Several businesses have benefited greatly from TCD’s Strategic Company Project, including Dell, EY and Avolon. They told us about their experience wi(...)

Mark Hopkins

Dell Technologies has appointed Mark Hopkins as its new general manager for Ireland. He replaces Aisling Keegan, who had held the role since Februar(...)

Companies that take these quick-turnaround boomerangers back benefit from the fact that they hit the ground running and don’t need retraining. Photograph: iStock

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey are two high-profile examples of “boomerang” employees – people who leave and subsequen(...)

Dell’s CEO painted a picture of a future where blindness, deafness and paralysis could all be eradicated with the use of robotics, implants and artificial intelligence. Photograph: Getty Images

If there is one thing that Michael Dell is sure of, it’s that the future is exciting. When he took to the stage to extol the virtues of technology, th(...)

At one point, everyone’s work computer was a Dell machine, but there’s a lot of competition out there. The company has stepped it up a bit though; las(...)

Dell Technologies employs around 6,000 people in Ireland, with sites in Dublin, Limerick and Cork spread over several of its brands, including Dell, VMware, Pivotal and EMC

Ireland needs to focus on getting 5G infrastructure in place if it wants to continue to compete with other world markets, tech leaders have warned. (...)

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