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New innovators: Tandem

Aisling Teillard and Jim O’Brien have worked in HR, performance management and people development for all of their careers. Now they have joined force(...)

US stocks trimmed losses as deal activity boosted consumer stocks and Microsoft rose towards a record, offsetting losses spurred by concerns a stronger dollar will dampen corporate earnings. Photograph:  Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European stocks lost momentum on the final day of their best week in a month amid mixed earnings reports. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index was unchanged at (...)

SAP expects its cloud and software revenue  to climb 6.5 per cent to 8.5 per cent this year. Photograph: iStock

SAP reported sales that topped estimates and raised the low end of its profit outlook for the year, as more customers signed up for its flagship S/4 (...)

Aerial photo of NUI Galway Quadrangle. The university set a target to become “one of the greenest, smartest, healthiest and community-focused” campuses in the world.

Two third-level institutions in the west have set out to become “green” campuses with a focus on sustainable energy use. Galway-Mayo Institute of Tec(...)

China is predicted to spend more than $1,025 trillion on aircraft over the next two decades.

Boeing has revised upwards the 2015 estimate of the number of aircraft China airlines will order from 6,330 to 6,810 over the next two decades. China (...)

The new $20bn development will include more than 17 million sq ft of commercial and residential space

The skyline of New York is being transformed by the biggest real estate development ever in the US. The project, called Hudson Yards, will see new s(...)

SAP is a world leader in human-resources  software and gets a lot of feedback from its customers, which may have influenced its decision to ditch the dreaded annual review

Germany’s SAP, maker of software used to grade the performance of millions of employees worldwide, is ditching its own annual performance reviews as t(...)

Oracle chairman Larry Ellison: claims to have invented cloud computing in 1998. Photograph: Bloomberg

Oracle chairman Larry Ellison, once seen as one of the technology world’s main holdouts against the new era of cloud computing, is set to make a perso(...)

Microsoft surged 6.9 per cent to $56.75, providing the biggest boost to the three major indexes, after its results beat expectations thanks to strong growth in its cloud business. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

European equities enjoyed an upbeat session on Wednesday, with technology companies and car manufacturers leading stocks to a four-week high, amid enc(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Microsoft and Morgan Stanley were the latest US companies whose quarterly results topped analysts estimates Photograph: Eric Thayer/Bloomberg

Upbeat company earnings lifted US and European stock prices on Wednesday, with the Dow and Standard & Poor’s 500 setting record highs, while the d(...)

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