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Zoom nearly doubled its expectations for annual sales on Tuesday, driven by a surge in users as more people work from home and connect with friends on(...)

F and E (Identities withheld), 17 and 21-year-old sisters and survivors of child sexual abuse. Photograph: Kholood Eid/The New York Times

The two sisters live in fear of being recognised. One grew out her bangs and took to wearing hoodies. The other dyed her hair black. Both avoid lookin(...)

IBM said it has closed its acquisition of software company Red Hat. Photograph: EPA

IBM said on Tuesday it has closed its $34 billion (€30.33 billion) acquisition of software company Red Hat as it looks to ramp up its cloud-computing (...)

Newstalk presenter Pat Kenny: his firm’s wealth has soared since he moved from RTÉ to Newstalk in 2013.

Accumulated profits at Pat Kenny’s media company topped€1.52 million in 2018. Accounts for Pat Kenny Media Services Ltd show accumulated profits last (...)

From left: iCabbi cofounders Niall O’Callaghan, Technical Director; Gavan Walsh, chief executive; and  Bob Nixon, sales director. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Transport technology firm iCabbi says it will create 120 jobs over the next three years as it seeks to develop its Dublin office as a global hub for (...)

iCabbi’s leadership team: Business development director Niall Prenty, back row left, Michael Tope, managing director, technical director and co-founder Niall O’Callaghan, front left, Gavan Walsh, co-founder chief executive, and Bob Nixon, sales director and co-founder. Photograph: Conor McCabe

A subsidiary of French car maker Renault has taken a 75 per cent stake in iCabbi, an Irish company that specialises in cloud-based taxi dispatch servi(...)

A claim against the Irish arm of HSBC bank for $333 million (€284 million) related to the Ponzi scheme run by jailed US fraudster Bernie Madoff is exp(...)

Charities Regulator chief executive John Farrelly said Irish charities caught up in the collapse of Ammado are owed about €70,000. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Up to 40 Irish charities may be owed money by a collapsed Dublin online charity donation platform which has gone into liquidation. The High Court hea(...)

No parking offence was committed because of the absence of road markings.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

Dublin City Council has apologised to and agreed to refund motorists who were clamped wrongly earlier this year. A total of 26 vehicles were clamped(...)

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 (...)

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