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Nigel Farage: he  declared the day of the Brexit referendum result as Britain’s “independence day”

Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage produced a head-scratcher this week when he suggested he was “warming” to the idea of a second referendum on Britain’s(...)

Lisa O’Neill and Samcro at Fairyhouse last April. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Michael O’Leary is famed for wrong-footing his opposition and could do it again at next month’s Dublin Racing Festival by pitching his most exciting n(...)

New Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley won the seat of Staffordshire Moorlands from Labour for the Conservatives in 2010. Photograph: EPA

In her choice of Karen Bradley as Northern Ireland secretary, Theresa May has replaced one of her former junior ministers at the home office with anot(...)

The rate at which businesses are going bust continues to decline, with corporate insolvencies down 15 per cent in 2017, according to research from Deloitte.

The rate at which businesses are going bust continues to decline, with corporate insolvencies down 15 per cent in 2017, according to research from Del(...)

One of the key facilitators of the industry transformation is innovative digital technology
Putting patients to the forefront

With the rise of connected devices and big data, consumer and professional healthcare are converging to advance more effective and individualised trea(...)

Eight out of the 10 largest medical device companies in the world – including Pfizer, Boston Scientific, Bayer and Medtronic – have substantial Irish operations

A healthy environment, allowing for both medical innovation and entrepreneurship to thrive, has been attentively nurtured through consistent governmen(...)

'Before bed, I tally up the number of times I have used my phone today:  167.'

This week a Deloitte survey on smartphone usage claimed the average Irish person pick up our devices an average of 57 times daily, significantly more (...)

Coining it:  The music industry pumps €703 million  into the Irish economy, but these   headline figures don’t give much indication of what is happening for average musicians and songwriters. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The headline figures in the latest report by the Irish Music Rights Organisation (Imro) are impressive. In 2015, the latest year for which numbers are(...)

“As artificial intelligence outperforms humans in more and more tasks, it will replace humans in more and more jobs.”

Like all good economists, John Maynard Keynes was better at predicting the past than the future. Writing in Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildr(...)

Dealz is ultimately owned by South African-based Steinhoff. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dealz parent Steinhoff has lost more than $12 billion (€10.2bn) off its value since it revealed “accounting irregularities” and parted ways with its (...)

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