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Blockchain technology: a fraudster’s nightmare. Image: iStock

Blockchain technology is heralding in a fairer world, where producers and buyers can directly exchange goods and services, without the need for banks (...)

Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Fintech company Fenergo has become the State’s third official Irish tech unicorn after being valued at over $1 billion in a new deal, according to ind(...)

Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy. “Fenergo has experienced another fantastic year for growth.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish fintech Fenergo is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin to take total headcount across the group to nearly 1,000 people. The fast-growing company (...)

Fenergo founder and chief executive Marc Murphy “We’re continuing to sign up the biggest banks and financial services institutions in the world...”

Irish fintech Fenergo is looking at a number of potential acquisitions as it looks to scale up faster. The move comes as the company, which was valued(...)

Ergo chief executive John Purdy says the company is fast-forwarding its expansion strategy due to significant growth opportunities arising from the Covid crisis.

Irish IT services group Ergo is to create 60 jobs this year as part of a new multimillion euro investment in the business. Co-founder and chief exec(...)

On yer bike: Irish retailers trading mostly online this Black Friday. In this photograph a man on a bike wearing a face mask pass the Dublin Chamber of Commerce building on Clare Street. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Not so much a Black Friday list, this year, as a Green Friday one. There are many sites all over the work pushing Black Friday deals today but here ar(...)

Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy.

Irish fintech Fenergo has denied reports that it has called time on a potential $2 billion (€1.7 billion) initial public offering (IPO) in favour of a(...)

While An Post has been impacted by the Covid crisis, it won plaudits for keeping its postal services operating during the lockdown. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Businesses have had plenty to contend with over the past 12 months with increased US-China tensions and Brexit among the pressures. That was even befo(...)

Ergo chief executive John Purdy: “If we can keep the momentum running, which we should be able to do, then we’ll certainly do €100 million for the year.”

Irish IT services group Ergo expects to surpass €100 million in revenues this year for the first time. The company, which has just been named Microso(...)

Fenergo founder and chief executive Marc Murphy.

Irish fintech company Fenergo is on target to surpass $105 million in revenues (€93.5 million) during this financial year and is optimistic it can gro(...)

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