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In Ireland, only 15% of the population not already involved in entrepreneurial activity said they planned on starting a business within three years.

Ireland ranks as the eighth most entrepreneurial nation in the world, just behind the US, a new survey has found. The ranking looked at a number of (...)

Ireland is among eight countries that have yet to levy fines for GDPR for breaches.

The financial services sector has incurred the greatest number of fines of any industry in Europe on due to breaches of the European Union’s General (...)

AQMetrics founder Geraldine Gibson (centre) with her management team. Photograph: Iain White/Fennell Photography.

Irish regulatory technology (regtech) firm AQMetrics has raised €3 million in funding as it chases further European expansion. The funding came from(...)

There are a variety of reasons behind why some goods and services are so much more expensive in Ireland. Graphic: Irish Times Graphics

Ireland remains one of the most expensive countries in the EU to live in. And that’s official. According to new figures from Eurostat, the EU’s stati(...)

Aisling Quirke in Johannesburg: an active member of Business Ireland Southern Africa

Aisling Quirke was bitten by the travel bug after spending time in Konstanz, Germany, on a government scholarship while still at secondary school. Sh(...)

 Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban: made the fight against immigration and what he calls EU meddling the key planks of his bid for re-election next year. Photograph: Akos Stiller/Bloomberg

A furious Hungarian government has vowed to continue fighting against the European Union’s refugee quotas for member states, after the bloc’s highest(...)

Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs Seán Kyne: said Irish recognised as official and working language in EU, and new jobs will offer practical reasons for young people to study Irish. Photograph: Alan Betson

Up to 180 EU jobs for Irish speakers are expected to become available in Brussels and Luxembourg by the end of 2021, it was announced yesterday at th(...)

Collaboration and empathy: Geraldine Byrne Nason, Samantha Power, Sonya Hyland, Patricia O’Brien and Barbara Jones

Samantha Power US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power, the US ambassador to the United Nations, was born in London to Irish parents and(...)

Students seeking to study through Irish are attracted by the prospect of well-paid jobs interpreting and translating texts and legislation into Irish in the EU’s institutions

Irish universities offer a range of options for those wishing to take postgraduate courses through Irish. New employment opportunities have emerged(...)

The prospect of a British exit would deprive Ireland of one of its main EU allies

The British deal reached on Friday night in Brussels represents a feat of diplomacy if nothing else by the European Union. After 40 hours of negotia(...)

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