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US assistant attorney general John Demers pictured in Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

The US government remains uncertain as to whether Europe will back its ban on Huawei, a leading official at the US department of justice has said. Sp(...)

Tympany Medical co-founder Dr Liz McGloughlin. ‘As with all medtech products, there is a regulatory process so the next milestone is to complete that successfully,’ she says

 Hearing loss affects more than 500 million people worldwide and surgery is one of the ways the problem can be addressed. However, operating on t(...)

Libra promises huge financial gain for Facebook at a time when future revenue growth has appeared uncertain. Photograph: EPA/Julien de Rosa

Excepting some Instagram influencer posting selfies while wearing an ethereum T-shirt, or your grandfather getting a bitcoin wallet, is there any more(...)

Dr John McKeon established the company in 2000 when working in a Dublin asthma and allergy clinic.

An Irish company is helping 60 million people in the US affected by asthma and allergies to live healthier, happier lives. The Dublin-based firm is li(...)

Prof Damien McLoughlin of the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School. ‘We hold our alumni very close,’ he says. ‘This is not something you normally find outside of the US. Our alumni work with us to decide what is required for students in future.’

Representatives of some of the world’s top business schools – along with leading global companies such as EY, Google, Facebook and Salesforce – gather(...)

Right, Gen Douglas MacArthur, commander in chief visits  the front in Korea. Photograph: Bettmann Archive

Six years after US Democrats used atomic force to end the second World War, it was permissible, even normal, to question their firmness abroad. Dougl(...)

US president Donald Trump pauses while speaking during a rally in Orlando, Florida, US, on Tuesday, June 18th, 2019. For one night in a packed arena in Orlando, Trump tried to recapture the insurgent energy and anything-might-happen feel of the campaign that fueled his bid for the White House four years ago. Photographer: Marco Bello/Bloomberg

The Trump administration rolled back one of the signature climate change policies of the Obama era on Wednesday, giving individual states the right to(...)

Boris Johnson added to the impression of shiftiness by backing away from a promise to cut taxes for high earners. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Rory Stewart’s elimination from the Conservative leadership race has robbed the contest of some of its excitement and spared Boris Johnson from facing(...)

Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell: the Fed noted that inflation continued to run below its 2% target

The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady but shifted towards a more dovish stance and pointed to possible interest rate cuts in the future, citi(...)

More than 8.6 million outbound trips were undertaken by Irish residents lin 2018, up 5.8 per cent on 2017.  File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

People living in Ireland spent almost €5 billion on foreign holidays last year, according to official data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). (...)

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