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Public representatives have urged Cork County Council to come up with an engineering solution to a dangerous junction on the main Cork-Limerick Road t(...)

At stake is Michael Dell’s goal of streamlining his debt-laden technology empire, while giving the company the ability to use equity to finance future acquisitions.

Dell Technologies gave investors a deeper look into its financials as it steps up efforts to win support for a plan to take the company public. Dell (...)

Michael Dell, chief executive officer of Dell Technologies Inc,  speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.  Photographer: Michael  Nagle/Bloomberg

Michael Dell is set to bring his namesake computer company back to Wall Street with a personal stake valued at $35bn, catapulting the PC pioneer into (...)

Dell has expanded to compete in a broader swath of the IT market. Photograph: iStock

Dell, the world’s largest private technology company, announced plans to trade publicly again, entering a new stage of a multi-year turnaround plan. (...)

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Uber Technologies has chosen VMware’s Zane Rowe as the top candidate for chief financial officer to lead preparations for what could be the biggest in(...)

Dell is also considering a sale or initial public offering (IPO) of  one of its fast-growing divisions, Pivotal Software

US computer maker Dell Technologies is exploring a range of options that could see the world’s largest privately held technology company grow further (...)

The World Economic Forum Davos take place this week from Tuesday to Friday. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Monday Results: Netflix. Indicators: Irish wholesale prices (Dec). Tuesday Results: EasyJet, Johnson & Johnson, Mattel, Procter & Gamble. (...)

Irish man Ray O’Farrell is to head a new IoT (Internet of Things) division within Dell

Irish man and VMware chief technology officer Ray O’Farrell is to head a new IoT (Internet of Things) division within Dell, as announced at an industr(...)

It’s not just the free food that makes Facebook popular with employees. The company has been at the forefront in offering progressive benefits such as four months of paid paternity leave

Ireland may be awash with tech firms but Facebook is the best one to work for, according to a new survey. The company, which has grown its local base(...)

A wide range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) related jobs and disciplines is available in Ireland. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

Abbott Ireland Since 1946, Abbott has been developing a diverse range of science-based nutritional products, diagnostic tools and medical devices. T(...)

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