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Glenveagh Properties sees religious orders selling or entering joint ventures to develop more than €500 million of land that could be built on over the next five years.

Glenveagh Properties, the new homebuilder that is preparing to float on the Irish and London stock markets next week, sees religious orders selling or(...)

Storm Technology specialises in Microsoft products. Photograph: AP Photo/FIle

Storm Technology, a business tech consultancy that specialises in Microsoft products, is to create an additional 60 jobs in Dublin and Galway. The co(...)

Nine of the 11 major S&P indexes ended the day higher, led by the information technology and financial sectors

Two of Spain’s biggest banks are considering moving their headquarters out of Catalonia following recent unrest, while the three main US indexes climb(...)

Microsoft set up in Ireland in 1985

US software giant Microsoft is to add a further 200 roles at its Dublin-based operation, as the company’s Irish head warns that the rising cost of liv(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange   in New York . Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

World stock markets climbed on Monday, lifted by optimism over the outlook for corporate earnings and US president Donald Trump’s tax reform plan, wh(...)

Graduate conversion diploma: Prof Paddy Nixon, vice-chancellor of Ulster University; Dr Kevin Marshall, education lead with Microsoft Ireland; Una O’ Hare, managing director of Irish Times Training; Gerry Muldowney, education consultant; and Prof Jackie Mc Coy of Ulster University.

Irish Times Training has received funding of €500,000 from the Higher Education Authority to deliver a graduate conversion diploma in information comm(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar: “If you want those companies to generate in Europe it not through heavy taxes and more regulation”. File photograph Brian Lawless/PA

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned fellow EU leaders that taxing digital companies too heavily would inhibit their development or drive them away. Mr(...)

Video game developer Brendan Greene in Tokyo, Japan. Since going on sale in March, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), jointly developed by Greene and South Korean developer Bluehole, has sold 13 million copies. Photographer: Shiho Fukada/Bloomberg

Three years ago, Brendan Greene was on welfare in his hometown of Kildare, Ireland, getting an earful from social workers about how he should stop was(...)

You can now challenge Microsoft’s AI chatbot Zo to a game of Exploding Kittens on Facebook Messenger

Play Exploding Kittens with Microsoft bot Zo No kittens were harmed in the making of Exploding Kittens. It is a card game with Kickstarter origins th(...)

 Tech Ireland said there are at least 66 companies working in the AI sector, employing almost 2,500 people. Photograph: iStock/Askold Romanov, Mlenny & Tricia Seibold

Plans are afoot to establish the first dedicated masters in artificial intelligence (AI) programme in the country as IDA Ireland continues with moves (...)

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