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Dermot Daly and fellow organiser Paul Campbell have establish Úll as a significant event among the Apple community of developers and designers.

The organisers of the Úll conference, Paul Campbell and Dermot Daly, have confirmed that the Apple-centric developers' event will go ahead again ne(...)

For a man who has just been introduced as a modern Isambard Kingdom Brunel or Henry Ford, the 41-year-old Elon Musk looks nervous and hesitant (...)

President Michael D Higgins addresses journalists during a press briefing at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Photograph: Reuters

Europe needs to reassert the "idealism, intellectual strength and moral courage" that drove the founding fathers of the union, President Michae(...)

Traders gather for the initial public offering of Taylor Morrison on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European shares sank by over one per cent today despite a recovery on Wall Street and across Asia, as investors positioned for sluggish growth (...)

From left, Clement Attlee, Harry Truman and Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam Conference in July 1945

In a hotel room in Soho, the American historian Peter Kuznick starts telling me about the origins of his and Oliver Stone’s television series, The (...)

Drax Power Station near Selby in YorkCarbon prices dropped by about 40 per cent to €2.63 a tonne immediately after the vote, though recovered to over €3 by early afternoon. According to some analysts, a carbon price of up to €50 a tonne could be necessary to encourage users to move from coal to more environmentally friendly energy sources.

Carbon prices fell to a record low yesterday after MEP’s voted against proposals to intervene in the carbon credit market by b(...)

When is something sold yet not actually bought by anyone? No, not a child’s riddle but the artifice of pre-registering, the pr(...)

German chancellor Angela Merkel (left) and labour minister Ursula von der Leyen leaving the plenum of the Bundestag, the lower house of parliament, in Berlin. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

German analyst and investor sentiment fell sharply in April, hit by fears that a deterioration of the euro zone crisis and a global slowdown, l(...)

Bottles of Actimel yoghurt drinks, produced by Danone SA, sit on a shelf in the chilled section of a supermarket in London. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Danone reported first-quarter sales growth that beat analysts' estimates as strong demand for baby food in emerging markets offset weak dairy s(...)

A traffic island at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The accumulated wisdom of two generations of road engineers grappling with traffic in towns has been turned on its head by the (...)

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