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SuperAwesome founder and chief executive Dylan Collins. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

SuperAwesome, the London-based “kid tech” company established by Irish tech entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has raised a further $13 million (€11.5 millio(...)

Traders  on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European stocks slipped again on Friday and put an end to five straight weeks of gains as fears about an economic slowdown in the euro zone and a pote(...)

Numbers 16, 17 and 45 Henry Street: on the market through Savills at a price of more than €26 million.

A portfolio of Henry Street properties will test the strength of demand for prime retail assets at a time when traditional retailing faces a growing o(...)

 Grand Theft Auto V was one of the bestselling computer games for Gamestop in 2017

Pre-tax losses at the Irish arm of Gamestop fell by a third to €1.72 million last year. The company said that a focus on cost-saving had helped narro(...)

Niall and Heather Lawlor with their daughters, Nora, Shea and Molly.

Sostrene Grene, the Danish lifestyle store specialising in contemporary affordable Nordic homeware, opened its sixth shop in Ireland in August. Establ(...)

SuperAwesome co-founder Dylan Collins: “Most of the stuff we build and invest in doesn’t make society better. Hand on heart, I can say Super Awesome does.” Photograph: Alan Betson

“Somewhere along the way it became a mission.” Dylan Collins says. He is talking about his work with SuperAwesome, the kid-tech company he founded in (...)

Reports of a Renault-Nissan merger boosted European car stocks. Photograph: Bloomberg

Merger and acquisition activity gave European shares some relief on Thursday after a tech-led selloff across global markets earlier in the week, but t(...)

Shares in Amazon fell significantly on Wednesday (above) but tech shares recovered in early trading on Thursday

US stock index futures rose on Thursday, as investors await key inflation data and as beaten down technology stocks posted slim gains after a roller c(...)

Dylan Collins, founder of Super Awesome.

SuperAwesome, the London-based “kid tech” company established by Irish tech entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has been valued at $100 million after recordin(...)

European stocks fell as turbulence in oil markets undermined risk appetite

European stocks fell as turbulence in oil markets, and the prospect of tough talks at a meeting of G7 leaders met in Italy, undermined risk appetite. (...)

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