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Developments over the past year, on the production, employment, tax and regulatory front have been challenging for the sector, to put it mildly. Photograph: iStock

For the tech sector in 2021, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. The best can be summed up easily: much of the sector did extremely (...)

Several companies are betting they can bring electric urban air travel to the masses Ñ perhaps within the next few years. Photograph:  Matt Williams/The New York Times

It is late afternoon in Manhattan and you have a flight to catch at Kennedy International Airport. Instead of sitting in rush-hour traffic for two hou(...)

Stripe founders Patrick and John Collison

Three years after it ended support for bitcoin payments, Stripe is embracing crypto all over again. The fast-growing company is hiring engineers and (...)

Stripe founders John and Patrick  Collison

Stripe’s Dublin-headquartered subsidiary recorded a near 70 per cent rise in revenues last year as more companies rushed to beef up their online offer(...)

Stripe founders John and Patrick Collison. Stripe’s engineering hub in Dublin is seen as having performed beyond expectations

Stripe is to create “hundreds” of highly skilled software engineering roles in Dublin over the next three years. The new roles are in addition to the (...)

Stripe founders John and Patrick Collison are estimated to have personal fortunes of about $9.5 billion each.

What does Stripe do? The company processes hundreds of billions of dollars in transactions every year for millions of businesses worldwide. Its list (...)

Stripe co-founders Patrick and John Collison.

Online payments processor Stripe is inching close towards a stock-market debut by hiring a law firm to help prepare the ground, according to media re(...)

Editor  Pattie Sellers (L) and new Teneo chair Ursula Burns (R). File photograph: Jemal Countess/Getty Images for Time Inc

Teneo has named former Xerox boss Ursula Burns as its new chair, as the public relations firm scrambles to reassure its Fortune 500 clients following (...)

The business culture of brazen self-interest may persist unless good business schools make a break from promulgating the impoverished conception of success as mere profit, power and celebrity.

“For at least another hundred years, we must pretend to ourselves and to everyone that fair is foul and foul is fair; for foul is useful and fair is n(...)

There will be less housing to buy. In a country like Ireland you can’t rent all your life, it’s based on ownership of property. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Trends in city design are evolving, not least because of a global pandemic. Lorcan Sirr, senior lecturer in TU Dublin, explains some to take note of. (...)

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