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Shares in Facebook rose 1.4% ahead of results, which are due after the US markets close on Wednesday. Photograph: Christophe Simon/AFP via Getty

European stocks ended flat on Wednesday as optimism over a swathe of positive bank earnings was offset by caution setting in before the US Federal Res(...)

This year Amazon is on course to command 10.2%  of US digital ad spending, versus Facebook’s 23.5%  and Google’s 29.8% . By 2022 Amazon’s share is predicted to be almost 13%. Photograph:   Getty Images

The surge in online shopping triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic has put Amazon on course for its first ever $100 billion (€81bn) quarter, but it has a(...)

A snowy Wall Street on Thursday.  Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares held near 10-month highs on Thursday, as hopes of more stimulus in the US and potential Covid-19 vaccine rollouts in Europe strengthen(...)

While many jobs being done remotely in can move offshore, shared language, culture and time zones will continue to matter

This year’s mass experiment with remote working has, for some, triggered a prickling sense of unease: if I can do my job from home in Dublin, London, (...)

Shares in Ryanair climbed  3% in Dublin. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European equity markets ended lower on Thursday, with resource stocks suffering the most, while an aggressive growth strategy from the US Federal Rese(...)

WPP pulled its dividend, share buyback and 2020 guidance on March 31st as it braced for the full impact of Covid-19. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP

WPP became one of the first major British companies to reinstate its dividend on Thursday, after cost cuts paid off and the world’s biggest advertisin(...)

Rob Kniaz, Hussein Kanji and Rob Ludwig of Hoxton Ventures.

Hoxton Ventures, the London-based venture capital (VC) firm where Irish tech entrepreneur Dylan Collins is a partner, is actively targeting start-ups (...)

Digital marketing  boss Martin Sorrell of S4 Capital: “Reverse square root” is the likely trajectory for UK economy.  Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Even by the standards of webinars on the future of media (with some Covid-19 economic devastation for context), Friday’s event with advertising boss M(...)

Children are estimated to account for 40 per cent of all new internet users.

SuperAwesome, the “kid tech” company established by Irish entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has agreed a partnership with the world’s biggest advertising co(...)

How will working from home change things?

In the world of social distancing, many of the world’s office workers have not seen their desks for weeks. But when coronavirus lockdowns finally ease(...)

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