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‘With so much business being conducted via video, people are keen to present a polished performance.’ Photograph: iStock

The past 14 months have been a bumpy ride for some segments of the learning and development (L&D) sector. Collective revenues at top-flight intern(...)

The Sorting Office is one of three locations being considered by TikTok for its new Dublin headquarters

The 2020 office market statistics showed a dramatic but not unexpected reduction of 30 per cent in year-on-year office take-up in Dublin. The first qu(...)

Udemy opened a new 2,000sq m  EMEA headquarters in Ireland  in early March

Online education provider Udemy plans to create 100 jobs in Dublin, just eight months after it announced a similar number of new roles for the capital(...)

Udemy has just opened a new 20,000 sq m EMEA headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Donal Murphy

Online education provider Udemy is to double employee numbers in Dublin over the next year with the creation of 100 jobs. The announcement comes just(...)

Hibernia Reit’s 2WML building.

Hibernia Reit has let the remaining space in its 2WML building to online fashion platform Zalando Ireland. The 47,500 sq ft has been rented on a 15-y(...)

Free online courses offers particular value to learners who otherwise could not afford to enter higher education, or upskill. Photograph: iStock

Increasingly, people are taking greater control of their careers and their learning and with advancements in online technology, more and more people a(...)

The Ada Lovelace Initiative began in Dublin, but has since signed up schools in Cavan, Louth, Kildare, Donegal and elsewhere

An initiative aimed at encouraging women to enter careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) hopes to reach 5,000 secondary students(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Richard Bruton Minister for Jobs  in National History Museum Dublin at a high-growth IDA companies event taking place on the fringes of the Web Summit . Photograph: Fergal Phillips

Eight technology firms yesterday announced 400 new jobs in Dublin, Galway and Cork, across a number of sectors including social media, software develo(...)