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The $67 billion software giant Twilio has decided to join the Long-Term Stock Exchange next month. Photograph: Getty Images

The increased popularity of sustainable investing is reflected in the recent decision by two technology companies – $67 billion (€56 billion) software(...)

Fr Peter McVerry - the housing charity that bears his name raised €1.6 million through a Government cash-for-residency scheme. Photograph by Matt Kavanagh

Housing charity Peter McVerry Trust raised €1.6 million through a Government cash-for-residency scheme that has lured more than €820 million in total (...)

LearnUpon co-founder Des Anderson and Brendan Noud

Irish elearning specialist LearnUpon has closed a $56 million (€47.4 million) minority investment in what is the company’s first major capital raise. (...)

Web Summit chief executive Paddy Cosgrave. Photograph: EPA

Tech conference Web Summit has cancelled its annual physical event in Lisbon, opting for an online-only event in December as the coronavirus pandemic (...)

The NDRC provides training, mentorship and investment to early-stage companies, primarily through its accelerator programmes, which include Launchpad

Dogpatch Labs is believed to be in pole position to be awarded the contract to manage the start-up accelerator NDRC, according to multiple sources. T(...)

Mark Dowds of Trov: ‘I am often shocked by how sheltered young people are from the real skills they need to succeed in an experience economy.’ Photograph: Richie Stokes

Having sold his previous company and put himself into a position where he was suddenly ready for a new challenge, Mark Dowds established Trov in 2012 (...)

The former CEO of Uber, is the largest individual shareholder, with 8.6 per cent of shares, and will be the undisputed winner of the day

They are the spoons full of sugar that make the bitter taste of capitalism go down. When billion-dollar technology startups go public, the media tends(...)

Conall Laverty, Wia chief executive: “Blackbox gives Wia the opportunity to dive into the Silicon Valley ecosystem and be mentored by some of the best the industry has to offer”

Two Irish technology start-ups – Wia and Calt Dynamics – have been selected to take part in international accelerator programmes. Wia, a Dublin-headq(...)

Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Silicon Valley, California. Photograph: Facebook

Ireland’s economic relationship with the United States is a two-way process, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has stressed, as he highlighted the employment cre(...)

It is understood that during a meeting between Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and chief executive Tim Cook the company did not confirm whether it was proceding with the project.

Doubts about Apple’s commitment to building a data centre in Athenry have intensified after the company’s chief executive failed to give Taoiseach Leo(...)

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