Niall FitzGerald, patron of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce, delivers his remarks at Monday’s conference. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The higher education and research sector has failed to convince successive governments of the business case for investment at an adequate level, a con(...)

Brian Britton at a press conference during  his time at Oriel Windfarm Ltd.  Photograph: Patrick Bolger Photography

Leading Irish businessman Brian Britton has died after an illness. The long-time deputy chief executive of Larry Goodman’s beef processing business Go(...)

Denmark’s Casper Klynge was appointed the world’s first national technology ambassador in June.

The Government has been urged to develop a national ICT hub and to appoint a technology ambassador to represent the Irish tech sector in Silicon Valle(...)

British-Irish Chamber of Commerce’s John McGrane: “If Brexit means pulling the plug on the unrestricted supply of electricity to the island, there will be no winners.”

Any disruption to the single electricity market of the Republic and the North after Brexit will have a “severe impact” on the Irish economy, according(...)

Ibec chief executive Danny McCoy: “This is an aggressive move by the UK, showing little regard for our trading relationship and for relations with other EU member states”

Irish business organisations have expressed concerns over Britain’s increasingly hardline stance on its exit from the EU. Speaking after British pri(...)

At the launch of the Trinity International Growth Programme were Prof Andrew Burke, dean of Trinity Business School, Richie Boucher, chief executive at  Bank of Ireland and Aidan Lynch, president British Irish Chamber of Commerce and VP and  general manager, GlaxoSmithKline. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Trinity College has announced plans to offer a bespoke education programme for senior executives in small and medium- sized businesses in Britain and (...)