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Visa and Mastercard agreed to pay as much as $6.2 billion to end a long-running price-fixing case brought by merchants over card fees, the largest-eve(...)

Identity Check is one of the payment solutions being put forward by companies to help banks with two-factor authentication.

Biometrics technology partly developed in Dublin could play a central role in encouraging consumers to embrace two-factor authentication for online pa(...)

Qualtrics is to create 350 new jobs in Dublin over the next four years

US software company Qualtrics plans to create more than 350 jobs in Dublin over the next four years to bring total headcount here to 600. Qualtrics m(...)

It has been a long hot summer of bad ideas. The last three months have been a sweltering beach of marketing wheezes so irredeemably flawed that it’s b(...)

June data on retail spending looks set to confirm a strong first half of the year as a resurgent economy, falling prices and higher personal income see more spending at the till. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Monday Results: Ryanair, Alphabet, Whirlpool, Hasbro. Indicators: Euro-zone consumer confidence flash (Jul). Ryanair investors only have to look(...)

Craig James, chairman of the Prepaid International Forum (PIF), welcomed the proposed legislation  as Ireland moves to strengthen consumer protection around the operation of gift card products.

The European industry group for regulated prepaid card operators has welcomed proposed new consumer legislation in the Republic that would ban short-t(...)

The Garda is the only State organisation allowed to intercept communications for investigations. File photograph: Getty Images

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) will ask the Government for powers to mount electronic surveillance and intercept communicat(...)

Apple CEO Tim Cook in Dublin. He says the company ‘is committed’ to Ireland.

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s telecoms group Digicel is planning to raise as much as $500 million from asset sales in the next nine months in order to l(...)

Truata was established to help companies deal with the EU’s GDPR legislation. Photograph: iStock

A data analytics and anonymisation company founded by IBM and Mastercard has chosen Dublin as the location for its headquarters where it plans to hire(...)

Brendan Smith, whose fine in carpet bid-rigging case was increased. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

The Court of Appeal has increased six-fold the fine imposed on a man convicted in the first successful bid-rigging prosecution in the history of the S(...)

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