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The Republic was previously ranked first in the world to do business back in 2013 but its performance has declined in the years since

The Republic remains one of the best countries in the world in which to do business but has recorded a decline over the last year, according to the la(...)

Shane Curran was named BT Young Scientist of the Year 2017 for his ideas that now make up qCrypt.

Two Irish entrepreneurs have been listed in Forbes’ 30 Under 30, which the magazine describes as a list of “young disrupters” to watch in 2018. Some (...)

Forbes magazine: 95 per cent  of media company bought in 2014 for $415 million (€387 million)

A long legal battle over the takeover of Forbes magazine has been settled after the Chinese investors who bought the media company in 2014 agreed an o(...)

Ireland was previously ranked first in the world to do business in 2013 but dropped three places last year

Ireland remains one of the top countries in the world in which to do business, according to the latest Forbes annual rankings, which puts the country(...)

Nuritas  was founded by Trinity-trained mathematician and bioinformatics specialist Nora Khaldi.  Emmet Browne, former regional president of Pfizer was appointed chief executive earlier this year.

A Dublin start-up that specialises in data mining food to improve health has raised $3.2 million. The fundraising by Nuritas was led by Singapore-base(...)

Forbes Media chief executive Steve Forbes and Dr Nora Khaldi founder of Irish biotech company Nuritas.

Irish biotechnology start-up Nuritas has won a major award sponsored by Forbes and the Silicon Valley-based venture-capital firm SVG Partners. The Dub(...)

Samples of standardised or plain packaging of tobacco products.

Ireland has maintained its position for a second year as the 18th best country for protecting property rights in the globe according to the influenti(...)

“They’re only chasing clicks” is an accusation sometimes levelled against media companies in the business of “clickbait”.Loosely defined as ultra-popu(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin at Government Buildings before the Budget announcement on Tuesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Government’s decision to end the controversial “double Irish” tax arrangement used by multinationals to slash their tax bills has received promine(...)

In the opulent shopping mall of Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Hotel, there are queues for the restaurants and the bars have standing room only, while t(...)

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