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 Insys founder John Kapoor leaves the John Joseph Moakley courthouse in Boston.

US pharmaceutical executives have been put on notice that they could be held criminally liable for fuelling America’s epidemic of opioid addiction, af(...)

Conor Pope in Perpetua Fitness on Windmill Lane, Dublin. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

A jarred knee and a far more sober social media post slowed my sprint to 10k to a crawl as 2020 started making itself comfortable. January (...)

Trinity College Dublin is planning a new campus at Grand Canal Quay. Photograph: TCD

The Government has backed plans to part-fund a new €1 billion technology campus for Trinity College Dublin in the so-called Silicon Docks area of Dubl(...)

Clare Doherty: ‘Christmas on Waiheke is pretty special.’

Thousands of Irish people around the world will be celebrating Christmas far from home. Many are finding ways to keep Irish festive season traditions (...)

Elaine Brennan: “Irish people have a great reputation in New York and I’m grateful for the career I’ve been able to build here and for the people who have helped me along the way.”

Elaine Brennan “won the lotto” in 1994, when she was studying applied chemistry in her native Galway. “My mother entered me into the Green Card Lott(...)

Protesters on Federal Plaza in Chicago on Tuesday call for the impeachment of US president Donald Trump. Photograph: Charles Rex Arbogast/AP

From Boston Common to the French Quarter in New Orleans, a series of protests reverberated across the US on Tuesday evening to call for President Dona(...)

Shane McCarthy, Sandboxx military app marketeer in Washington DC: he says the city’s strong links with Ireland work in his favour

When Shane McCarthy moved to Boston in 2014 with a degree in business information systems under his belt, he couldn’t possibly imagine he’d end up at (...)

‘When companies are small, they can be more flexible and responsive, whereas when they grow, they become a pyramid where information is passed from bottom to top and decisions from top to bottom. In the internet era, this is too slow,’ says Haier’s chief executive, Zhang Ruimin

In 1985, shortly after Zhang Ruimin had reluctantly taken over running the small and near bankrupt Qingdao General Fridge factory in China, legend has(...)

It remains to be seen what the ruling by US district court judge Denise Casper  will mean in reality

The Electronic Frontier Foundation says an historic opinion on digital privacy at US borders has been issued. Last week a federal judge ruled that “su(...)

Taking more steps during the day may be related to better sleep at night, according to an encouraging new study of lifestyle and sleep patterns. The s(...)

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