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The research suggests that 20 per cent of Irish adults check their phones within five minutes of waking up, down from 27 per cent in 2017. Photograph: iStock

Irish smartphone users may be waking up to the realisation that they are overly reliant on their devices and could be scaling back their usage margina(...)

Malta-based insurer Setanta, which sold private, commercial and motor insurance in the Republic, was wound up in 2014, leaving around €90 million in outstanding claims.

The State must pay almost €21 million to more than 1,200 people who made claims against the now-defunct Setanta Insurance, the High Court ordered on M(...)

Blockchain is the technology that underpins popular cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin

Blockchain may be the next big thing technology-wise but most people in the Republic don’t know what it is and therefore haven’t considered a career i(...)

The potential amount to be earned from providing in-car data services, entertainment, and advertising could be as high as $750 billion  by 2030. Photograph: Getty Images/Ikon Images

Twenty-five gigabytes. That’s how much data is generated by a “connected” car every hour that it’s in use. To put that in perspective, that’s enough d(...)

One of the contradictions of innovation, though, is that too little leeway can be bad for ideas generation, but so can too much.

Work often seems to pit Parkinson’s Law against what should be called McKnight’s Law. William McKnight was the head of 3M in 1948, when the industria(...)

James and Mbappe exchange shirts last August.

Arriving at the AT&T Center to play the San Antonio Spurs last weekend, LeBron James caused a bit of a stir with his fashion choices. A Beto O’Rou(...)

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud

Just months after King Salman ascended to the throne, he presided over a cabinet meeting that would have a profound effect on the future of Saudi Arab(...)

Nik Basran, managing director of The Authentic Food Company, said: “We have faced some serious business challenges in recent months that have been specific to this site”

A Dundalk-based food company employing 169 people is to close. The Authentic Food Group, a UK company that produces frozen ready meals, was granted pe(...)

Ryanair launched a bid to buy Aer Lingus in 2006. It did not succeed. Photograph: EPA

Ryanair’s attempt to recoup €777,700 in VAT incurred for professional services connected with its unsuccessful takeover of Aer Lingus in 2006 has won (...)

Arkphire managing director Paschal Naylor

Irish IT consulting and managed-services firm Arkphire has secured an undisclosed investment from private capital firm Bregal Milestone as it looks to(...)

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