The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report, published yesterday by Minister for Enterprise Richard Bruton, found a majority of Irish entrepreneurs are setting up businesses that are “not particularly innovative”.  Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

A majority of Irish entrepreneurs are setting up businesses that are “not particularly innovative and have little or no aspiration for growth”, a repo(...)

Maurice Gilbert from Ballyhoura Apple Farm says taste, creativity and innovation “set us apart”

From juices to dressings and jellies to marmalade, Ballyhoura Apple Farm is making the most of what grows on trees. What’s sets your business apart fr(...)

Peter Connor and John Farrelly, founders of Bullet

Setting up a business comes at a price, with everything from a feasibility study to product development, to marketing and staff costing money. On top (...)

Dr Jacinta Browne of DIT with co-researcher Prof Andrew Fagan of St James’s Hospital and Minister Sean Sherlock.

Ultrasound scanning is a very powerful diagnostic tool and plays a particularly important role in the detection of conditions such as breast cancer. H(...)

All is calm in the Dublin offices of VideoElephant after months of work and now it is set to announce major deals with media heavyweights France 24, A(...)

 Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton said the fund will provide support for projects seeking to take innovations and develop them into commercial products and services. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Government has announced €21 million in funding to support the commercialisation of research in 2013.The objective of the funding, which will be p(...)

Rogue bankers may have done more for good corporate governance than specialists in that field could achieve in a lifetime. Designing incentive schemes(...)

Unite regional secretary Jimmy Kellyproposed a motion to reject  the Haddington road pay agreement. Photograph: Frank Miller /	The Irish Times

Unite, the largest trade union in Britain and Ireland, has backed an emergency motion at its Belfast conference opposing the Haddington Road proposals(...)

On graduating from Trinity College Dublin last year, James Clifford had a business idea. While volunteering on St Vincent De Paul’s Trinity-based pant(...)

The sixth biannual EuroNanoForum – which takes place in Dublin this week – is set to “showcase Ireland as a hotbed of nanotechnology research, innovat(...)

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