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Provost of Trinity College Dublin, Dr Patrick Prendergast; Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris; Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon; partner at Atlantic Bridge Dr Helen McBreen; and AIB chief executive Colin Hunt. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Specialist technology investor Atlantic Bridge has announced a €80 million investment fund for high-potential start-ups emerging from Irish universiti(...)

Irish chipmaker Decawave has won the award for Deal of the Year at The Irish Times Business Awards at a virtual ceremony held on Thursday afternoon in(...)

The €1.34 billion sale of offices and warehousing group Green Reit to Henderson Park late last year  marked a near 25 per cent premium to the Dublin-listed company’s share price. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Building a business that is so successful that Google swoops in to buy it is impressive. Doing it twice even more so. The tech giant paid a reported $(...)

The $400 million (€369 million) acquisition of Irish chipmaker Decawave by Apple supplier Qorvo in late January is the largest European exit of the year so far

The sale of two Irish technology companies represented the biggest exits across Europe during the first quarter, new data shows. Overall, European ex(...)

Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty

Equity markets slid on Tuesday, although the Iseq was flat, after Apple said it was unlikely to meet its sales guidance because of the coronavirus out(...)

Decawave founders Michael McLaughlin and Ciaran Connell. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Staff at Irish computer chipmaker Decawave are expected to share a $60 million (€54.4 million) payout following the sale of the company to US-based Ap(...)

Decawave provides ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless technology through a low-power chip that can identify the specific location of any object indoors to within a few centimetres

Irish chipmaker Decawave has been acquired by Apple supplier Qorvo in a deal estimated to be worth about $400 million (€363 million). Founded in 2007(...)

NYSE traders work on the floor  at the start of the trading day,  December 9th.  Photograph: Epa/Justin Lane

A slump in Irish-founded Tullow Oil’s shares and weak data from China left European stocks trailing on Monday. DUBLIN Food group Kerry closed on Mon(...)

Apple fell in early US trading on Monday, after it was reported that the sale of some iPhone models were banned in China following a lawsuit. Some clo(...)

On the New York Stock Exchange, the S&P industrial sector rose 1.56 per cent, with Boeing and Caterpillar leading the gains. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European and US stocks rose for a third straight day on Thursday. Industrials gained after President Donald Trump said trade talks with China were “mo(...)

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