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Tango, which had raised €3 million from investors that include Delta Partners prior to the acquisition, employs about 60 people.

Nasdaq-listed CSG has acquired Irish mobile telecoms software company Tango for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 1999, Tango is a Limerick-based compan(...)

Workers sort and count mail-in ballots  in Doral, Florida, last November. The state is set to usher in a host of voting restrictions. Photograph: Scott McIntyre/New York Times

Florida has become the latest state to pass new voting laws that may make it more difficult for millions of people to vote, in a move that has been wi(...)

Chief executive Gary Morrison raised €15.2 million in a share sale last June to shore up its balance sheet

A US investor who has built up an almost 13 per cent stake in Hostelworld has said that he is not planning to bid for the online hostel booking compan(...)

Business travel is a lucrative segment of the airline market.

Virgin Atlantic’s chief executive is planning for a long-term reduction in business travel, in one of the clearest warnings yet on the hit to this par(...)

Co-founder and chief executive Declan Kennedy says, ‘What we do is mission critical for these guys as it drives a lot of revenues for them.’

Irish online advertising software company StitcherAds is to create 40 new jobs and potentially more in the near future as it looks to grow revenues fr(...)

Passengers look at Covid-19 results after being tested inside JFK International airport in New York. Photograph:  Kena Betancur/AFP via Getty

The US will require airline passengers from the UK to produce a negative Covid-19 test before their flight, in response to a new variant of coronaviru(...)

The aviation industry is pushing regulators around the world to allow pre-departure testing to replace quarantine restrictions that have  stifled demand for travel.  Photograph: Getty Images

Delta Air Lines and Alitalia are to launch “quarantine-free” flights from the US to Italy, opening up the first such route linking the US and Europe s(...)

Niamh Sterling, HBAN, and Aonghus Shortt, co-founder and chief executive of FoodMarble, which has developed a digestive breath analyser

Dublin start-up FoodMarble has raised €1.2 million that will help support the company’s overseas expansion and strengthen its research and develo(...)

The loss of Aer Lingus transatlantic flights would be a blow to Shannon Airport and to the west of Ireland. Photograph: Arthur Ellis/Press22

Aer Lingus may shift transatlantic services from Shannon to the UK as it continues to grapple with Government Covid-19 travel restrictions. The Irish(...)

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