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David Walsh, founder and chief executive of Netwatch: merged the group he founded with two US businesses and one UK firm.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

From significant mergers to multimillion-euro asset sales and important deals, the first three winners of this year’s Irish Times Business Person of t(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is due to meet with US president Donald Trump on Thursday.

Irish companies Netwatch and RelateCare are to create a combined 280 new jobs in the US, with a number of other businesses from the Republic also anno(...)

CreditLogic chief executive Eddie Dillon: ‘CreditLogic will lead to a situation where applicants need to provide half the level of information they currently do and much of that will be provided digitally.’

The Irish mortgage application and approval process is chronically inefficient and broken, says Eddie Dillon, KBC Bank Ireland’s former director of in(...)

David Walsh, founder and CEO of Netwatch at its office in Carlow. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Eight months after its private equity-fuelled merger with two US companies and one from the UK, the Carlow security monitoring company, Netwatch, has (...)

Netwatch co-founders David Walsh, left, and Niall Kelly with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, centre. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

With more than 300,000 customers in the US and Europe and 500 staff spread across three countries, Netwatch is well on the way to achieving its founde(...)

David Walsh, founder and CEO Netwatch in the Carlow HQ. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irish security monitoring company Netwatch has merged with companies in Britain and the US in a deal funded by private equity firm, Riverside. The ne(...)

Profits at PR firms Murray and Teneo rose, according to the companies’ latest accounts. Photograph: Getty

Proof that the PR sector is in rude health comes with newly filed accounts for some of the industry’s biggest players. Murray Consultants, whose clie(...)

Netwatch chief executive David Walsh: “Having grown from €200,000 to €1 million last year we’re now expecting ebitda to rise to close to €4 million in 2017.”

Netwatch, the fast-growing Carlow-headquartered digital security firm, recorded a sharp rise in sales last year and expects to report a further jump i(...)

Irish companies who succeed in the US stress how crucial it is to set up a permanent base there rather than trying to conduct operations remotely.

While it may seem daunting at first, entering the US market affords many opportunities to Irish businesses that don’t exist elsewhere. Aside from spea(...)

Dublin-based accounting firm BDO has commenced discussions with several Irish-listed companies to gauge their interest in investing in its proposed new €100 million fund. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Dublin-based accounting firm BDO has commenced discussions with several Irish-listed companies to gauge their interest in investing in its proposed ne(...)

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