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MeetingsBooker.com founder and chief executive Ciaran Delaney.

MeetingsBooker.com is expecting the number of reservations it processes through its software platform to triple next year to more than 30 million. Th(...)

NDRC chief executive Ben Hurley: he said that even with near full employment in the Republic there were still plenty of wannabe entrepreneurs establishing their own businesses

Follow-on investment in Irish technology companies initially backed by early-stage investor NDRC jumped 30 per cent last year to more than €250 millio(...)

Though renowned for its heritage as an academic institution, the university is also a hive of entrepreneurship whose former alumni have gone on to set up businesses. Photograph: iStock

From where he is sitting for our interview at a city centre coffee shop, Michael Flynn, assistant professor in entrepreneurship and director of execut(...)

Dr Elaine Sullivan, chief executive of Carrick Therapeutics. Photograph: Dave Meehan

From groundbreaking deals to promising funding rounds, the winners for October, November and December of this year’s Irish Times Business Person of th(...)

BrainWaveBank focuses on creating technology that allows anyone to measure and track their cognitive health at home.

Ireland is a comfortable home for many of the big players in the global life sciences sector with 18 of the 20 top pharmaceutical companies in the wor(...)

Global markets tumbled after the arrest in Canada of a top executive at Chinese telecoms group Huawei fanned concern over the ability of the US and China to make their trade truce permanent

A global stock market slump wiped €2.5 billion off Irish stocks on Thursday as Ireland’s main stock index fell 3.11 per cent. Markets tumbled after th(...)

Dr Nora Khaldi founded Nuritas in 2014 and this funding makes it the first Irish biotech company to be backed by the EIB.

Dr Nora Khaldi, founder and chief science officer of Dublin biotechnology company Nuritas, has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the M(...)

Bono and The Edge’s backing of Convoy  is by no means the first tech investment made by the musicians. Photograph: EPA

On on-demand trucking technology company backed by U2 frontman Bono and lead guitarist The Edge has raised $198 million (€ 167 million) through the sa(...)

Joshua House is a five-storey over-basement building owned by Dublin City Council.

Pioneering biotech start-up company Nuritas is relocating to Dublin’s Dawson Street, where it will occupy the Joshua House office block next to the Ma(...)

Bono and The Edge have emerged as investors Convoy, a start-up that helps connect trucking companies with freight shippers

U2 frontman Bono and lead guitarist The Edge have emerged as backers of Convoy, an on-demand trucking technology company, whose other investors includ(...)

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