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Deborah Threadgold: ‘As long as you’re learning something and being tested, because no-one should go into a job they find easy’

When Deborah Threadgold joined IBM 25 years ago, she didn’t have a grand plan to eventually take over the top job in Ireland. The Dublin-born general (...)

The Luxembourg-based General Court, Europe’s second-highest, criticised the EU competition enforcer’s analysis and annulled the fine on Intel. Photograph: Gene J Puskar/AP Photo

Chipmaker Intel forecast first-quarter revenue above Wall Street expectations last night, placing bets on its in-house chip-making capacity to meet st(...)

The Dublin-listed travel retail software group has been restructured. Photograph: iStock

Datalex announced on Thursday that it has appointed Dan Creedon, a former CRH executive, as its next CFO, effective from January 1st. Mr Creedon was (...)

Anne Colomines (37) was found dead at apartment in Dorset Square, Gardiner Street, Dublin 1 on October 25th 2017.

A pathologist has told the Central Criminal Court trial of Renato Gehlen, who denies murdering his wife Anne Colomines, that it is “highly unlikely” t(...)

China’s Lenovo Group, the world’s biggest maker of personal computers, on Wednesday posted a better-than-expected jump in first-quarter profit as Covi(...)

‘Relying on passwords as the primary means for authentication no longer provides the security or user experience that consumers demand.’ Photograph: iStock

In an era of rising incidents of hacking, cybersecurity start-up Transmit Security has raised $543 million to expand its business providing companies (...)

Kastus’s photocatalytic technology has 44 global patents, and has been at the forefront of anti-microbial and anti-viral surface protection since 2014.

Irish tech company Kastus has raised €5.65 million in a Series A funding round that will help drive the company’s expansion and meet customer demand f(...)

Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that during an extensive skimming operation in the UK, a gang based there used a ‘deep insert skimmer’ to collect details of customers of the HSBC bank outlets.

Two members of a Romanian organised crime gang, who made dozens of fake credit cards and used them in Dublin shops in the wake of a “deep” skim of UK (...)

People dance in a public area along the Yangtze River in Wuhan on Monday  as the city marks the first anniversary of when China confirmed its first death from the Covid-19 coronavirus. Photograph: Nicolas Asfouri/AFP via Getty Images

At a museum in Wuhan, China, a sprawling exhibition paints a stirring tale of how the city’s sacrifices in a brutal 76-day lockdown led to triumph ove(...)

Neodrón’s patents enable capacitive touch sensor and controller functionality for smartphones and other devices. Photograph: iStock

Controversial Irish patent-holding company Neodrón has reached a multimillion dollar settlement with 10 of the world’s largest consumer electronics gi(...)

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