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Ciarán Murray, chairman of clinical research company Icon, was awarded the RDS Gold Medal for Industry on Friday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne /The Irish Times

Ciarán Murray, the chairman and former chief executive of clinical research company Icon, was awarded with the RDS gold medal for enterprise on Friday(...)

Ciarán Murray, chairman and former CEO of Icon. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Icon may not be a household name in Ireland but it’s a global powerhouse in the pharmaceuticals sector, with operations in 37 countries. And all of it(...)

Hacker Kevin Mitnick at the BT Young Scientist Exhibition at the RDS this week: “The motivation for me was that it was fun and an intellectual challenge but for many hackers now it’s about fraud, espionage and so on.”

Kevin Mitnick doesn’t look like the kind of guy who could set off a nuclear missile just by whistling into a phone. But at one stage it was believed h(...)

Eric Schmidt at the SALT conference in Las Vegas, US, in May. Photograph: Richard Brian/Reuters

Alphabet said on Thursday its executive chairman Eric Schmidt will step down in January, ending a 17-year-run in which he played a central role in bui(...)

Micro Focus (formerly Novell) employs over 100 people in Ireland

The Irish subsidiary of enterprise software provider Micro Focus, formerly Novell Ireland, declared a $179.8 million (€153m) dividend in its last fina(...)

Micro Focus employed 96 people in Ireland last year with staff-related costs totalling $7.9 million

The Irish subsidiary of enterprise software provider Micro Focus, formerly Novell Ireland, saw profits and turnover fall last year. The company, who(...)

Corrig Court: currently producing €670,000

Three modern office blocks and an industrial building with an overall value of more than €20 million in Sandyford Business Park in south Dublin are t(...)

The Washington Senate committee’s hearings into Apple’s tax affairs last week heard that American multinationals might have up to $1.9 trillion lod(...)

Boston Scientific: the actual tax the group was legally obliged to pay was lower for a number of reasons, including “different tax rates on overseas earnings”, according to the accounts. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Image

An Irish holding company of US medical products group Boston Scientific paid $60 million (€40 million) in corporation tax on profits of $1.4 billio(...)