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Dell Technologies general manager for Ireland Mark Hopkins: ‘I think we sometimes we overplay the digital native card. It’s not just that generation, it’s all of us who are going to be continuing to work from 2030.’

Improved productivity, the removal of human bias from decision-making and improved collaboration are among the main benefits seen among business leade(...)

An alleged US cocaine dealer f  has asked the Criminal Assets Bureau to donate the money it seized from him 19 years ago to charity. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An alleged cocaine dealer from Texas has asked the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) to donate the money it seized from him 19 years ago to charity. Edwar(...)

Aside from being leapfrogged by Belfast, Dublin ranked behind a plethora of European cities including Munich, Berlin, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Stockholm and London which remained in third place

Belfast has overtaken Dublin in a survey that assesses a city’s ability to foster growth of businesses owned by women. The Women Entrepreneur Cities(...)

The Reform Party candidate  Ross Perot addresses  a Christian Coalition conference in Washington during the 1996 US presidential election campaign. Photograph: Stephen Crowley/New York Times

H Ross Perot, the feisty Texas technology billionaire who rattled US politics with two independent presidential campaigns in the 1990s that struck a c(...)

Alphabet’s Google moved production of its US-bound motherboards to Taiwan. Photograph: iStock

HP and Dell Technologies plan to move as much as 30 per cent of their notebook production away from China to avert US tariffs, the Nikkei cited anonym(...)

Shannon Free Zone is one of Ireland’s largest multi-sectoral business parks and contains the largest concentration of North American companies in Ireland outside of Dublin.

With a €40 million property investment programme completed ahead of schedule at Shannon Free Zone, and an occupancy rate of 94 per cent, Shannon Group(...)

Rent the Runway, a fashion rental portal, is creating 150 jobs in Galway.
Life beyond the M50

While the headlines might be dominated by huge investments in the Dublin region by tech giants like Facebook, Google and Intel, the fact remains that (...)

Apple, which says it is the largest corporate taxpayer in the US, says a new round of tariffs would reduce its competitiveness. Photograph: Regis Duvignau/Reuters

Apple and Fitbit have joined other companies in filing letters of opposition to a Trump administration plan for more US tariffs on Chinese goods, incl(...)

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(...)

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