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Simon Harris said there’s “no going back” on the National Children’s Hospital. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

National Children’s Hospital Consultancy companies are in the spotlight over the controversy surrounding costs for the construction of the National C(...)

The US Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether Facebook broke a consent order that it signed with the commission in 2011. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Facebook is in early talks with the US Federal Trade Commission over settling an investigation into privacy violations that could result in a record f(...)

Platforms such as Google’s YouTube will be legally responsible for the user-generated material they host in the EU and will have to obtain licences from rights-holders to show their material.

The first change to copyright law in the EU in almost two decades is designed to give artists, musicians and publishers a better chance of being paid (...)

Mairéad Nayager, Diageo’s chief HR officer, with her daughter Maeve. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the top human resources executive in a FTSE 100 company, and the woman who signs off on its gender pay gap reports, Diageo’s Mairéad Nayager someti(...)

‘The Irish Times’ Business People of the Month: Stripe founders Patrick and John Collison

Stripe founders Patrick and John Collison have been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Month for January, an award run in association wi(...)

Seán Dunne: Connecticut magistrate Judge Robert Spector found that Mr Dunne failed to provide emails from three Gmail accounts and two accounts connected with his Irish firm Mountbrook to his US bankruptcy trustee. Photograph: Collins Courts

Bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne should be held in contempt for a third time for failing to produce emails disclosing details of his business de(...)

Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook. File photograph: Marlene Awaad/Bloomberg

A Saudi mobile application that lets men track and restrict the movements of women in the kingdom has come under increased scrutiny this week with a U(...)

The legislation is designed to help artists, publishers and other creators to get fair payment for use of their content online. Photograph: Patrick Seeger/EPA

MEPs, EU officials and diplomats from the member states have agreed compromise legislation to assist print publishers, artists and music producers get(...)

Decision by Bundeskartellamt pairs privacy and antitrust legislation. If upheld, it will be far-reaching. Photograph: Epa/Sascha Steinbach

A ruling last week in Germany has the potential to change the parameters of surveillance capitalism by forcing Facebook and many other companies to li(...)

 Potential unicorns such as Checkr and Earnin are building businesses off the last generation of unicorns by offering services to them. Photograph: Getty Images

Technology startups worth $1 billion, once as rare as unicorns, are now plentiful enough and old enough that there is a new generation behind them – o(...)

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