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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 (...)

A ‘3’ logo sits on the shirt of an employee as he works at a sales counter inside a Three Ireland  mobile phone store. The group has reported a 10 per cent fall in sales and increased customer churn in the first half of the year. Photographer: Aidan Crawley / Bloomberg

Revenue dropped 10 per cent at mobile operator Three Ireland in the first-half of the year as subscribers jumped ship to its rivals on the back of pri(...)

Jedward celebrates 25 years of the National Lottery. Photograph:  Andres Poveda

On the first floor of an office block on Abbey Street in central Dublin, there’s a special room with cream-coloured walls, white furniture, expensive (...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: prices are expected to have the biggest overall influence on the airline’s performance. Photograph: Robin van Lonkhuijsen

THIS WEEK JULY 24th Monday Results: Ryanair Holdings, Alphabet, Christian Dior, Halliburton, Hasbro, Hyundai Indicators: Euro zone composite, man(...)

Customers’ data provides valuable information, which can be used to make those customers more profitable. Whether it is targeted advertising, or a customised news feed, our data are manipulated to keep us loyal to service providers or to tempt us to spend money.

The boss of Telefónica put forward an interesting proposal at a recent breakfast at the Financial Times’ offices in London. Customers, José María Álva(...)

Nicola Mortimer of Three Ireland: “Your employees should think of passwords like their underwear: don’t leave them on the desk, don’t show them to other people and change them regularly.”
Protect, prevent, comply

The worldwide WannaCry attack in May of this year put internet security and cybercrime at the top of the public agenda, with major institutions, inclu(...)

 A ransomware cyberattack on a laptop in Taipei, Taiwan.

The WannaCry cyber attack has dented the reputations of organisations including the UK National Health Service, Telefónica of Spain and the US Nationa(...)

 The cyberattack has hit 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries. Photograph: EPA

Security experts are warning that the global cyberattack that began on Friday is likely to be magnified in the new workweek as users return to their o(...)

The ransomware attack affected about 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries, mostly across Europe and Asia. Illustration: Kacper Pempel/Reuters

In the scale of its disruptive power, the cyberattack that crippled computer systems across the world on Friday must count as one of the most audaciou(...)

 ‘WannaCry’ ransomware cyber attack hits thousands of computers in 99 countries encrypting files from affected computer units and demanding US$300  through bitcoin to decrypt the files. Photograph: Ritchie B Tongo/ EPA

Minister for Communications Denis Naughten said the HSE and Irish organisations may have been “lucky” to avoid the wave of cyber attacks that hit arou(...)

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