While mcommerce is growing, Irish businesses are seen to be missing out with just 42 per cent of survey respondents saying they purchased goods or services from local businesss

Irish consumers are increasingly using their smartphones to shop online with one in five young people spending between €100 and €500 a month buying go(...)

“When I left college, I joined a very specific engineering graduate recruitment programme. Now it’s about transferable skills,” says Nicola Mortimer, head of business products, marketing and operations with Three
Tuning into new ways of working

Three Ireland’s recently announced graduate recruitment programme has been designed to meet the needs and expectations of the new generation of worker(...)

Luas Customer Care has said trams are only operating between Tallaght/Saggart and Blackhorse on the red line

All Luas lines are operating normally following an incident on Wednesday morning. A section of the red Luas line was out of action earlier after a t(...)

 The silhouette of a scientist against a visualisation of gravitational waves. Photograph: Julian Stratenschulte/EPA

Three US scientists whose search for elusive ripples in space-time led to the first detection of gravitational waves have been awarded the Nobel Prize(...)

Owen Roe and Charlie Maher in ‘Melt’

Melt Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin  ★★★ “So, what brings you to the end of the world?” asks Owen Rowe’s brusque ecologist, Prof Boylan, recently jo(...)

Passenger charged with engaging in behaviour of a threatening, abusive or insulting nature on board Aer Lingus Flight EI823 Paris to Cork. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A man has been remanded on bail after he was charged with assaulting a female air steward and engaging in abusive and threatening behaviour on board a(...)

The bulk of the 120 exhibitors are made up of multinational companies. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Some 5,000 graduate positions are up for grabs across multiple sectors at this year’s gradireland graduate fair. The bulk of the 120 exhibitors are m(...)

Online is important but enthusiasm and a well-written CV and a chat in person still means a lot. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

Graduates are seeing the tables beginning to turn as the Irish economy starts to return to rude health. Current economic growth is fuelling the optimi(...)

Totterdell was mobile network Three’s largest Irish SME partner until the decision was taken to end the relationship

Almost 50 jobs are to be lost as mobile phone company Totterdell Communications in Bray, Co Wicklow is to close down at the end of the month. The Iri(...)

Dundrum Business Park opportunity: The block was last on the market in early 2015 at €5.75 million

An office investment let to British telco group BT is new to the investment market this week at €8.75 million through Knight Frank. The modern block(...)