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A customer uses a Bitcoin ATM in Dublin in 2014. Photograph: David Sleator

It’s been called the “queen of cryptocurrencies” and the biggest bubble in the world. Bitcoin, launched in January 2009, has gained astonishing moment(...)

Zevas hopes to fill most of the Cork positions before Christmas. Photograph: iStock

Cork has received a jobs boost with the news that locally-founded company, Zevas Communications, which provides outsourced sales services nationally a(...)

Anne Colomines: found fatally stabbed at Dorset Square Apartments in Dublin 1 on October 24th

A man has been charged with the murder of his wife who was stabbed to death in their apartment in Dublin city centre. The body of Anne Colomines, a F(...)

Attendees at the Web Summit in Lisbon.

Asana, the productivity management application established by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, sees a bright future for its Irish operations as i(...)

President Michael D Higgins meeting refugees at the Goal nutrition centre in Tierkadi Refugee Camp, during his visit to  Ethiopia in 2014. Photograph:  Chris Bellew/Fennell

Who knows what the public wants from humanitarian aid agencies? Certainly not the public anyway, judging by the findings of a new survey by Amárach Re(...)

Twenty years ago – if you were lucky – you had a landline and if you didn’t you had to rely on a pay phone. There used to be queues at telephone boxes. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” So said the wise-beyond-his-years Ferris Bueller in t(...)

Draper Esprit’s acquisition includes a stake in fintech company Transferwise. Photograph: iStock

Dublin-listed venture capital group Draper Esprit has acquired two funds from a seed fund business for £17.9 million (€20 million). As a result of t(...)

The online auction site, which set up operations locally in 2003, employs more than 700 people in Ireland

The main Irish subsidiary of eBay paid a €3 million dividend to its parent again last year even as profits continued to decline. Accounts newly filed(...)

An extension of the Mill Enterprise Hub in Drogheda.

Some 600 jobs could be created if the area surrounding Dundalk and Drogheda if the area is recognised as a cluster for e-payments companies, says a lo(...)

Employee numbers at the Blanchardstown-headquartered unit rose to 2,527 from 2,320 last year

One of Ireland’s largest multinational employers saw profits almost double last year as the numbers working for the company increased to more than 2,5(...)

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