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Pat Phelan told The Irish Times: “The going concern note is standard when you are loss making and funding the business.”

Directors of Cork-founded tech start-up Trustev expressed concern about the future viability of the firm just four months prior to it being sold last (...)

Pictured are Elva Carri, Pamela Newenham, Aine Mulloy all from GirlCrew. Picture by Shane O’Neill Photography.

Social start-up GirlCrew has been named overall winner of the Irish leg of international start-up competition Start TLV. The company beat competiti(...)

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(...)

  Trustev is a global provider of digital verification technology. The start-up verifies the identity of online shoppers by generating a digital fingerprint through various social media accounts.   Photograph: Hemera/Thinkstock/Getty

A Cork-based start-up founded less than three years ago has sold for $44 million (€40 million). Fraud-prevention firm Trustev, set up in 2013 by Pat (...)

The Irish-start-up  which has developed “finger-printing software” that is used by banks and online retailers launched its new service called Trustev for Publishers at the start of the week.

Irish technology firm Trustev has developed a product to combat serial internet trolls by using techniques developed to clamp down on fraud in the ban(...)

Early in Tommy: To Tell You the Truth (RTÉ One, Monday) I began to think about Steven Slater. He’s the flight attendant who resigned in spectacular fa(...)

Sarah Dineen at the launch of UniWink. Photograph: Darragh Kane

In early 2005, Paul Graham and Jessica Livingston created a new model for funding early stage start-ups, an accelerator programme called Y Combinat(...)

Pat Phelan originally trained as a butcher and then as a chef in his home city of Cork.He went on to build a number of successful global businesses in(...)

With a population of just 4.5 million, the Irish market does not have the scale to deliver the returns on the founders’ efforts. Equally, the availabi(...)

Richard Whelan, chief executive of  Popdeem (right) with Liam Casey, CEO of PCH International, and Karl Aherne, director of Wayra Ireland (left). Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill /The Irish Times

Tech accelerator Wayra is on the lookout for the next lot of startups for its programme. The Docklands-based initiative, which is a Telefonica program(...)

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