Dell Ireland

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Attendees at the Women Funding Women event in Dublin last week, which was organised by the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network.

Women continue to face more obstacles than men in choosing to work in the tech sector, one of Ireland’s leading venture capitalists has said. Jayne B(...)

The typical contribution rate was traditionally 5 per cent; the IAPF survey found 86 per cent of schemes paid more than this.

Irish employers are becoming more generous when it comes to contributing to employee pensions schemes, a new survey has found. According to the Irish(...)

 NiamhTownsend at Dell, Cherrywood Science and Technology Park. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Niamh Townsend isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty. Dell’s new general manager for Ireland knows what it’s like to start at the bottom and it’s given (...)

 British prime minister David Cameron will be hoping to secure renegotiated terms for the UK’s EU membership at the European Council summit. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire

With polls in the United Kingdom showing a majority in favour of leaving the European Union, Brexit is a hot topic. Against this backdrop, a European(...)

People working in the areas of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) need to highlight the variety of careers available for women in the sectors and encourage them in every way possible, a business executive has said. Image: Thinkstock.

People working in the areas of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) need to highlight the variety of careers available for women in the s(...)

Altocloud chief executive Barry O’Sullivan: said research showed the leading concern for students considering Stem careers is whether they would fit in.

Companies in Ireland have been urged to do more to help encourage a love of science and technology in young people. A number of leading business repre(...)