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UK chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond breifed  business leaders on the draft agreement.

British business leaders’ relief that a Brexit deal was in sight may be short-lived, as Theresa May faces fresh threats to her plan and leadership. (...)

Pluralsight currently employs about 70 staff in its EMEA headquarters based in Dublin.

US technology learning company Pluralsight plans to increase its headcount in Dublin by up to 140 staff in the next year as it builds brand awareness (...)

Trade between China and Ireland is currently at record levels. Photograph: Aly Song/Reuters

In Dublin’s gossipy stockbroking community, it was a wonder that the talks were kept under wraps for so long. It emerged in early February that Goodb(...)

Barry Napier, Cubic Telecom

Barry Napier has more than 18 years’ experience in telecommunications along with two successful mergers and acquisitions. Since acquiring Cubic Telec(...)

Alan Farrelly and Brian O’Rourke: “we have just signed our first major client in the UK which involves a fleet of 8,500 buses”

The humble bus has been around a long time – since 1895 in motorised form, according to Mercedes-Benz, which claims bragging rights to the first motor(...)

MyTaxi  carried 3.8 million passengers in Ireland in the fourth quarter of 2017. Photograph: Bloomerberg

Taxi hailing firm MyTaxi has appointed Alan Fox as its new general manager for Ireland. Mr Fox previously worked in senior roles with AA Ireland, Tel(...)

Barclays shares  closed up more than 4 per cent as investors reacted positively to results. Photograph: Reuters

The Iseq overall fell 0.14 per cent on Thursday, but still managed to outperform wider European indices. Britain’s top share index fell to a one-wee(...)

Transport networks in Dubai are dabbling with drones to move people around.

Fancy booking your next holiday based on the emotions you'd like to feel while you're away? What about being delivered to your destination by drone? A(...)

Gambling man: Dermot Griffin, chief executive of National Lottery. Photograph: Tom Honan

Halfway through my interview with the National Lottery boss, Dermot Griffin, I ask if he thinks playing the Lotto is gambling. It’s a loaded question (...)

Former Enterprise Ireland CEO Frank Ryan, Oonagh Kearney and Siofra Flood of Swrve, and former minister for jobs, enterprise and innovation Richard Bruton   in May 2013.  File photograph: David Sleator

Dublin-based Swrve, a mobile and social marketing company, has closed a $25 million (€21 million) Series D funding round led by Summit Bridge Capital (...)

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