When a patient is discharged, the all their user data is wiped from the tablet which is then sanitised and available for another patient. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish healthcare technology group Oneview has launched a system that allows medical staff and family to communicate virtually with Covid-19 patients i(...)

Prepaid Financial Services founders Valerie and Noel Moran. Photograph: Alan Betson

EML Payments, which announced a deal to acquire Irish fintech Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) late last year in a multimillion-euro deal, has secured(...)

The deal could be worth up to £182 million to PFS founder Noel Moran.

A Co Meath couple are due to get a payout of up to €266 million from the sale of their payment solutions provider to an Australian company. Prepaid F(...)

Google’s Mountain View headquarters in California. Photograph: iStock

Google has entered into partnership with one of Australia’s biggest construction companies to deliver up to 15,000 new homes in the San Francisco Bay (...)

Ireland’s cervical screening programme, CervicalCheck, uses three principal laboratories to process screenings: MedLab Pathology,  Quest Diagnostics  and the Coombe Hospital. File photograph: iStockPhoto

CPL laboratories, the US company at the centre of the cervical cancer screening scandal in Ireland, has declined to comment on the deepening controver(...)

James Osborne at a Ryanair agm in 2008. Photograph: Frank Miller

James Osborne, who has died at the age of 68, was a corporate consultant and solicitor with connections at the very top level of Irish business and a (...)

John Malone: the man Al Gore once called “Darth Vader”. Photograph: Getty

A statue of an eagle, wings spread as if in flight, greets visitors to Liberty Media’s headquarters at the edge of a business park in the Denver subur(...)

Oneview chief executive James Fitter and founder Mark McCloskey. Photograph: Peter Moloney

Irish medical software group Oneview Healthcare has landed a prestigious contract with a major US hospital group. The company, which is listed on the (...)

Pepper Ireland chief executive Paul Doddrell with Shamrock Rovers chief executive Brendan Murray in Tallaght Stadium. Photograph: Maggie Doherty

Ireland’s newest mortgage lender Pepper Money has agreed a two-year sponsorship deal with Shamrock Rovers that could be worth up to €400,000 for the T(...)

Pepper Homeloans will launch three mortgage products in Ireland for both home owners and buy-to-let loans. They will be targeted at people looking to switch their loans or consolidate their debts, the self-employed or those with impaired credit histories, and first-time buyers.

The Irish subsidiary of Australian listed financial services group Pepper is set to offer home loans here from February 1st through a small group of (...)

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