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US shares were lower in early afternoon trading as a rally in growth stocks ran out of steam. Photograph: Getty Images

European shares fell on Thursday as rising Covid-19 cases across the continent rattled economically-sensitive sectors like travel, leisure and banks. (...)

Revolut employs about 60 people in Ireland

Revolut, which is targeting two million customers in the Republic, has raised $800 million (€675 million)in a move that values the fintech at $33 bill(...)

“Presenteeism is out of favour and no one will mourn its passing,” says Karen Killalea, head of the employment practice at law firm Maples and Calder.

Covid-19 has prompted major changes in both business and consumer behaviours. While online shopping and work from home seem here to stay, one look at (...)

Launched in 2015, Revolut has 15 million customers globally, including 1.5 million in the Republic of Ireland

Joe Heneghan, who leads Revolut in Ireland, has been appointed to run the fintech’s European operations. Mr Heneghan has been named to the new role (...)

David Dalton, head of financial services at Deloitte Ireland (left) virtually presents the winner’s award to  Parsa Ghaffari, chief executive and founder of Aylien. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Aylien, a provider of artificial intelligence-powered risk intelligence and financial analytics solutions, has been named as the overall winner of the(...)

Shane Curran, founder and chief executive of Evervault. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Evervault, the much-hyped data security company founded by former BT Young Scientist award-winner Shane Curran, is to more than double its headcount i(...)

John Moran:  he said there were “multiple reasons” why he was not putting his name forward for the permanent chairperson job. File photograph: Alan Betson

The departing interim chairman of the Land Development Agency (LDA) has raised concern at the time commitment that will be required of his successor, (...)

 Castleknock College: The alumni group of the fee-paying west Dublin school apologised for forwarding the email to its members, which it said was a “human error”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Castleknock College past pupils union accidentally forwarded an email from a former student, accusing a priest who previously worked in the school of (...)

In an increasingly competitive jobs market, it is always worth considering what will set you apart from other graduates. Photograph: Getty

The Irish labour market was in a very healthy place before Covid-19 hit last year. The unemployment rate had fallen to 4.7 per cent in the fourth quar(...)

Spending in bars was down 94 per cent compared with January 2020.

Consumer spending declined last month as households cut back after Christmas and as the Covid lockdown reduced shopping opportunities. Total spendi(...)

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