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Swyg’s platform allows candidates to interview each other, while artificial intelligence detects any bias in the process.

Dublin-based start-up Swyg has raised €1 million in pre-seed funding for its platform to reduce bias in recruitment. The round was led by Frontline V(...)

Niall Dawson, Robert Hoban and Philip Farrell of Offr.

Irish property technology start-up Offr has raised €3 million in seed funding to support its growth in Ireland and expansion into Britain and Australi(...)

Payslip founder and chief executive Fidelma McGuirk.

Co Mayo-based fintech start-up Payslip, which is led by former Taxback chief executive Fidelma McGuirk, has raised a further €2.7 million. With it he(...)

Frontline partners Stephen McIntyre and Will Prendergast

Dublin and London-based venture capital firm Frontline Ventures has unveiled a new $80 million (€72 million) fund to help US software companies expand(...)

The biggest year for VC investment in the Republic was 2016 when a record $708 million was invested in Irish companies

Irish companies raised $518.9 million (€472 million) in venture capital (VC) funding last year across 185 deals, new figures show. This was down on t(...)

Pointy co-founders Mark Cummins  and Charles Bibby: established the company in 2014 and will share $80 million-plus  for their 51 per cent stake in the business.

Google has paid a reported $160 million to acquire Irish retail tech company Pointy. The takeout means a spectacular return for founders Mark Cummin(...)

Prof John Byrne, known as the ‘father of computing’ in Ireland. The school of computer science and statistics at Trinity College Dublin, which he set up,  this year marks its 50th anniversary

TK Whitaker may be known as the man who made modern Ireland, but the highly respected civil servant wasn’t the only person who helped make the State w(...)

Put the terms and conditions down on paper, make it official and make sure to meet your obligations. Photograph: iStock

Just because it’s old-fashioned doesn’t mean savings are superannuated. Very many of the businesses that made it through the last recession will admit(...)

Siren was developed as a spinout from Data Intensive Infrastructure, the big data and knowledge representation research group at NUI Galway, above.

Irish data company Siren has raised $10 million in Series A funding round that will help the company further develop its products and expand into new (...)

Evervault has its origins in a BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition project, Qcrypt, which involved research in cryptography and data privacy and won Shane Curran the overall top prize in the 2017 competition

Dublin-based start-up Evervault has raised $3.2 million (€2.9 million) in a seed investment round led by tech investor Sequoia. The round also s(...)

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