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Apple remains top of our Top1000 list, with revenues of almost as much as the rest of the top five companies combined.

Given supply chain disruption and uncertain consumer demand, not to mention some business sectors more or less grinding to a halt, the top-performing (...)

6 Eaton Square, Terenure, Dublin 6W

6 Eaton Square, Terenure, Dublin 6W Large period redbrick of about 221sq m in need of updating. Elegant reception rooms. Good-sized garden, garage wit(...)

Boston-based investment firm Eaton Vance said Dublin move  was designed to ensure its clients a smooth transition to a post-Brexit   environment.

Boston-based money manager Eaton Vance, which manages nearly half a trillion dollars in assets, has opened an office in Dublin ahead of Brexit. The c(...)

Workhuman co-founder and chief executive Eric Mosley. The company announced a 32 per cent rise in revenue to $452 million (€410 million) for 2018.

Irish-founded software company Workhuman is in talks to bring its HR-focused annual conference to Europe. The move comes as the company announced a (...)

Workhuman co-founder and chief executive Eric Mosley: ‘We’re really just at the tip of the iceberg in terms of how we can grow the business’

Irish-founded software company Workhuman is forecasting a rise in revenues to more than $700 million (€629 million) this year, up from $500 million (€(...)

Timothy Eaton with his son and eventual successor John Craig Eaton in his office at Eaton’s department store, Toronto in  1899. Photograph:  Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain

Ballymena and its environs has been the birth place of some of our most notable emigrants; from George and Will Millar of the Irish Rovers to movie st(...)

Globoforce employs more than 550 people globally, of which 300 are based in Dublin.

Irish software company Globoforce is predicting further growth after chalking up record revenues again last year as pretax profits jumped by more than(...)

Ciara Ní Cheallacháin’s installation ‘Fallen’ suspended from the ceiling of St Patrick’s Cathedral. Photo Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

In the summer of 2014, just before the beginning of the centenary of the first World War, the tree of remembrance was installed in St Patrick’s Cathed(...)

The vibrancy of Dublin nightlife and its high-concept restaurants and bars is forcing up costs for punters and developers.

THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS: A MENU OF COSTS They call it “meanwhile use” in property developer shorthand. It’s the market or cafe that slots itself temp(...)

The Insight Centre for Data Analytics.

Our attitude to science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) has completely transformed over the past decade. As the last recession started to bi(...)

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