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Feargal Mooney, left: Mr Mooney’s departure follows that of CFO Mari Hurley, who said in December she would leave the business in the first half of this year.    File photograph: Dave Meehan

Feargal Mooney is to step down as chief executive of Hostelworld, the Irish hostel-focused online booking platform. Mr Mooney, who joined Hostelwor(...)

Google’s data centre at Grange Castle in south Dublin. The search giant’s expansion of the facility is expected to take 16 months to complete.

Google has announced a €150 million expansion at its data centre in Dublin in a move which brings the company’s total investment in the Republic since(...)

Dermot  Murphy’s departure from Aryzta is the latest at the beleaguered owner of Cusine de France. Photograph: iStock

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has appointed a new European chief , with Gregory Sklikas to succeed Dermot Murphy. Mr Sklikas, former EMEA chief oper(...)

Long before the Big Tech backlash, before politicians feared the power of tech leaders and before Facebook users questioned giving up their personal i(...)

About a third of Dairygold’s 1.2 billion litre milk pool goes into the production of cheddar cheese for the UK market. Photograph: Getty Images

Monday Indicators: US manufacturing PMI and employment (Mar). Tuesday Indicators: Irish manufacturing PMI (Mar); Euro zone manufacturing PMI (Mar(...)

Aisling Hassell, the head of Airbnb in Ireland: “I would hope we would replicate the success of Google, which now has about 7,000 people in Ireland, and Facebook, which has about 6,000.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Airbnb, the global accommodation sharing website, could double its employee numbers in Ireland to 1,000 over the next three to five years, the head of(...)

Logistics space: most in-demand property asset class in Europe. Photograph:  Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Industrial and logistics assets are the most sought-after real estate class for European investors, according to CBRE’s annual Europe, the Middle East(...)

We are getting ever closer to see some delivery on the promises of 5G

While the usual mobile phone announcements were made - Sony, Samsung, LG and Huawei all unveiled new phones at the event - Mobile World Congress is ab(...)

Facebook has been ordered by a Belgian court to stop collecting data on users or face daily fines of €250,000 a day, or up to €100 million. The court(...)

Many charities continue to target potential new donors through direct, public fundraising despite the negative press. Why? Because it works

For almost two decades, on-street direct fundraisers for the NGO sector have endured a lifetime’s worth of criticism from the public. It appears we a(...)

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