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Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy.

Irish fintech Fenergo has denied reports that it has called time on a potential $2 billion (€1.7 billion) initial public offering (IPO) in favour of a(...)

Diligent CEO Brian Stafford: “Everybody wants to make sure that boards are properly governed, and we provide the software to make sure that happens”

US software company Diligent is to create more than 200 jobs in Galway with the opening of a new European hub. The New York-headquartered company, wh(...)

Willie Walsh: he  is joining Dublin-based CarTrawler

Willie Walsh has taken a new job at a Dublin-based travel technology group just weeks after leaving Aer Lingus owner International Airlines Group. He(...)

CarTrawler chief executive Cormac Barry

Irish travel tech company CarTrawler has seen a rise in bookings in recent months although it doesn’t expect business to fully recover until next summ(...)

Cartrawler: was thrown into emergency debt restructuring talks as its business was hit by the grounding of airline fleets internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Management in CarTrawler, the Dublin-based travel software company hit badly by the Covid-19 crisis, is investing in a rescue refinancing of the busin(...)

CarTrawler, which makes software used by airlines and travel agents to connect to car-hire firms, was thrown into emergency debt restructuring talks as its business was hit by the grounding of airline fleets internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: iStock

Lenders to CarTrawler face losing more than half of the €145 million that they are owed under a rescue refinancing deal that is set to see UK private (...)

Cormac Barry, former head of Flutter Entertainment’s Sportsbet operation in Australia, became the group’s chief executive in 2018. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

CarTrawler is on track to fall under the control of UK private equity firm TowerBrook in a deal that could see up to €100 million being injected into (...)

Aer Lingus aircraft parked up at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times.

Aer Lingus expects to see a far bigger reduction in flights this summer than it had previously predicted, according to a report in the Sunday Independ(...)

Udemy has just opened a new 20,000 sq m EMEA headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Donal Murphy

Online education provider Udemy is to double employee numbers in Dublin over the next year with the creation of 100 jobs. The announcement comes just(...)

Fenergo provides software solutions for over 70 corporate and institutional banking clients. Photograph: iStock

Irish fintech company Fenergo has closed an $80 million (€73.35 million) investment round, with backers such as Dutch bank ABN Amro in a deal, which p(...)

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