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Eamonn Boland, Marie Bourke, Barry Lunn, Valerie Somers and Denver Humphrey of Arralis: the radar and wireless communications specialist raised €50 million in funding last year. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

More than half of Irish product-focused technology firms that obtained funding in 2017 were established during the last five years, new figures show. (...)

Drop has  established partnerships with the likes of Bosch and GE Appliances

Irish smart kitchen start-up Drop has raised $8 million in a Series A financing round with the owners of Itsa Bagel and the Michelin-starred restauran(...)

Alex Kelly and Ian Nolan, co-founders of Brightflag

Brightflag, an Irish artificial intelligence (AI) analytics start-up, has raised $1.5 million (€1.26m) in a funding round led by Frontline Ventures an(...)

Linked Finance chief executive Niall Dorrian and Murphy’s Ice Cream co-founder Sean Murphy who last year raised €75,000 via the P2P platform

Peer-to-peer (P2P) lender Linked Finance, which is seeking to become the biggest non-bank lender to SMEs in Ireland, has raised €2 million in equity f(...)

Michael Cawley said he would help steward Linked Finance’s board as the SME-focused crowdfunding company embarked on “the next phase of growth”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former Ryanair deputy chief executive Michael Cawley has been appointed chairman of peer-to-peer lending platform Linked Finance, which hooks up compa(...)

Boxever co-founders (left to right) Dermot O’Connor, Dave O’Flanagan and Alan Giles

Irish travel tech firm Boxever is looking to raise a further €6 million in private equity to bring total funding to date to more than €20 million. Po(...)

John Phelan, national director of HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network),  with Italian super-angel, Gianni Matera at the announcement that Mr Matera will invest €4 million in Irish start-ups by 2020.

Italian angel investor Gianni Matera, who has ploughed €900,000 into six Irish start-ups over the last 15 months, is to take his investment tally in I(...)

Tifco, an Irish hotel company backed by Goldman Sachs, is believed to be in a two-way tussle with the Spanish group Riu to secured the Gresham hotel on Dublin’s O’Connell Street, with both parties submitting bids of more than €85 million.

The Sunday Business Post’s lead story says that official files and secret notes reveal that a €7 billion fraud that led to criminal convictions of thr(...)

Signal has raised $1.8 million in funding as it seeks to expand its business. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

UK startup Signal has raised $1.8 million in funding as it seeks to expand its business, backed by Frontline Ventures. The Dublin-based fund led the r(...)

Palo Alto: the city’s chief information officer Jonathan Reichental said: “The start-up acquires timely feedback from government staff that ensures their product meets market needs, and cities get to shape a solution more quickly that works for them.”

An Irish start-up has teamed up with the world’s technology capital, Palo Alto, to launch an interactive tool to allow residents such as Facebook fou(...)

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