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 Treasury Building on Lower Grand Canal Street, Dublin: located in an area with an influx of international companies such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, Accenture and Stripe.  Photograph: Eric Luke

An unusual investment opportunity involving one of Dublin’s best-known office buildings is to be unveiled later this week by agents CBRE when they off(...)

Brothers John and Stephen Quinn are seeing 100,000 jobseekers per month sign up to their recruitment firm Jobbio.

Hiring marketplace Jobbio has raised €5 million in funding as it continues to fund its international expansion. The company, founded in 2014 by brot(...)

Gary and Paul O’Donovan celebrate winning silver. Photograph: ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

The internet has gone mad for two rowing Irish brothers – that’s rowing as in boats, not bickering – and their unpretentious, down-to-earth banter. S(...)

John Collison, co-founder and president of Stripe: it now supports credit card payments in 139 different currencies. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Payments firm Stripe is launching a new product aimed at start-up online marketplaces hoping to be the next Airbnb or Uber. The new product, Stripe C(...)

Manny Stul, the man behind Australia’s Moose Toys, was born in a refugee camp after the war.

An Australian toy designer and innovator, who started life in a refugee camp, has been named EY Entrepreneur of the Year for 2016. Manny Stul, joint (...)

Patrick and John Collison: “It was our first marketing campaign: trying to convince our parents to get a proper internet connection”

Walk into Stripe’s head office in a refurbished luggage factory in the Mission District of San Francisco and you will find staff bicycles leaning aga(...)

Architect’s impression of new Sharp Building on  Hogan Place, Dublin 2

Another Dublin city centre office block is to be demolished and replaced by a new-generation building designed to have a particular appeal as a top-of(...)

“A festival of faces”: traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Michael Nagle / Bloomberg
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Image of the week: Tough trades The New York Stock Exchange floor is a festival of facial expressions, even if many of them represent the different s(...)

Ireland is  seen as a possible fintech hub with Deloitte last year forecasting that as many as 5,000 related-jobs could be created here over the next five years

Start-ups working in the financial services sector have a greater trust credibility gap to overcome than most early-stage companies, delegates at a co(...)

Commercial buildings in Dublin’s docklands Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Headline rents in the Dublin office sector rose by 22 per cent last year and closed the year at €55 per sq foot, according to an analysis by commercia(...)

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