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Global pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is celebrating 50 years in Ireland. Photograph: iStock

It may come as a surprise to many people, but when the IDA was established in 1949 its main mission was to support indigenous industry. The focus on i(...)

Rent the Runway, a fashion rental portal, is creating 150 jobs in Galway.
Life beyond the M50

While the headlines might be dominated by huge investments in the Dublin region by tech giants like Facebook, Google and Intel, the fact remains that (...)

Stripe co-founders, Patrick and John Collison. The brothers, and their company, have in the past spoken out about housing problems.  File photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Stripe, the online payments company founded by the Collison brothers from Limerick, discussed housing issues with the Department of Finance at two mee(...)

The S&P 500 reached a record high on Monday. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Global stock markets were buoyed on Monday as a thaw in the US-China trade dispute lifted market sentiment and spurred a rally in equities. European (...)

Ballon, Carlow

In a series of articles, The Irish Times explores five challenges facing rural Ireland – diversity and migration; poverty; rapid growth(...)

How much do people earn in different occupations and parts of the country? And what does this mean for policy? Recent figures from the Central Statis(...)

 International Olympic Committee  president Thomas Bach (centre)   with Coca-Cola president and CEO James Quincey and China Mengniu Dairy CEO and executive director Jeffrey Lu  in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Tuesday.  Photograph: Laurent Gillieron/EPA

The organisers of the Olympic Games have signed a record sponsorship deal with Coca-Cola and China Mengniu Dairy worth a combined $3 billion (€2.6 bi(...)

The Israeli investment will be slowed while Intel proceeds full steam ahead in Leixlip, according to business publication, Calcalist. Photograph: Reuters/ Mike Blake

When it comes to attracting investment from microchip giant Intel, Ireland competes fiercely with Israel: Intel has huge facilities in both countries.(...)

Intel has itself lodged a first-party appeal against one condition attached to the planning permission granted by the county council. Photograph: Ronen Zvulun/Reuters

A farmer has appealed Kildare County Council’s decision to grant planning permission for Intel’s proposed new $4 billion (€3.53 billion) facility at i(...)

“Consumers will become reusers, and so consumables will have to become recyclables. Remanufacturing, refurbishment and repurposing may well become the only acceptable basis for retail.”

Growth is the investment thesis of the worldwide technology industry. Steady, predictable growth of both top-line revenues and bottom-line profits kee(...)

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