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Moore St. Dublin 1972

Last year, 76-year-old retiree Michael Foley uploaded a number of beautiful old photos of Moore Street fruit and veg traders and their customers to Fa(...)

Prof Andrew Keane of UCD and co-founder and chief technology officer of Novogrid, and Paul Manning, co-founder and chief commerical officer

As electricity moves through the network, up to 7 per cent of it is lost. This is a natural phenomenon, but a costly one. Those generating the electri(...)

There are some simple behavioural strategies, such as: don’t just meet for coffee, walk with coffee. Photograph: Getty

Admitting that we are wrong is painful. We try to avoid it. Research shows that before changing our minds, most of us will search for a way to dismiss(...)

The RCSI, UCD and Trinity College have the lowest proportion of students on Susi grants with between 5 and 25 per cent entitled to grant assistance. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Insufficient data is being collected to determine the full income of thousands of students who are in receipt of third level grants, according to a ne(...)

UCD president Prof Andrew Deeks: put under pressure at meeting of governing authority,  especially by the Lord Mayor of Dublin Hazel Chu. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

University College Dublin’s president, Prof Andrew Deeks, has faced strong criticism of the university’s handling of the Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin sex(...)

 Chief operating officer Mairin Raffertyand founder and chief executive Dr Donal O’Shea of Deciphex. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Deciphex, an Irish tech company that develops software to accelerate the delivery of pathology services, has raised $6.2 million (€5.4 million) to fur(...)

Faolán Ó Cathmhaoil from Coláiste Oiriall scoops top award for ‘remarkable’ project on passive funds  f

A fifth-year student from Co Monaghan has been named as this year’s winner of the PDST Young Economist of the Year award. Faolán Ó Cathmhaoil from Co(...)

Prof Arnie Hill, of  the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, believes  Covid has expanded people’s interest in healthcare.

In 2008, a massive global recession gave the world a crash course in economics. Suddenly, credit default swaps, hedge funds and equity ratios (don’t a(...)

Lizzy Hayashida, Trinity College, 2018, Change Donations How did the MBA affect your career? I actually started a company with another Trinity MBA (...)

Block P1 at EastPoint Business Park in Dublin 3 is let to Conduit Enterprises Ltd at a rent of €910,000 per annum.

Strong demand is expected from both domestic and international investors in four Dublin offices which have been brought to the market by agent Savills(...)

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