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Work taking place on Dublin Airport’s new runway. The main construction works began in February 2019.

State-owned airport operator DAA has warned that its long-running efforts to ease flight restrictions attached to the new €320 million Dublin runway d(...)

The US Department of Justice is suing search giant Google, in what is the biggest antitrust case in decades. Photograph: Lionel Bonaventure/AFP via Getty Images

On Tuesday, the US Department of Justice announced it was bringing an antitrust suit against the multinational search-and-everything-else giant, Googl(...)

The company said that ‘all personnel on site have been asked to contact their GPs to undergo testing.’ File photograph: Bloomberg

Another Dublin building site has closed due to coronavirus, the third in a week. A worker tested positive for Covid-19 at the site operated by the El(...)

The East Quad site in Grangegorman, a joint venture set up between John Sisk & Son and Spanish construction company FCC has been closed and a deep clean will take place. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A construction site in Grangegorman, north Dublin has had to close due to a confirmed case of coronavirus. It is the second building site in Dublin (...)

The North Runway will be 3.1km long and is located almost 1.7km north of the existing main runway

DAA has secured planning approval for amendments to its plans for a €320 million new runway at Dublin Airport, despite objections from the representat(...)

US attorney general William Barr: made a very socialist proposal for a very senior member of the GOP. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA

American cellular mobile networks are delicate. If, like me, you are a reasonably frequent visitor to the US, then you will probably have been frustra(...)

Photograph: Fred Dufour/AFP via Getty Images

Huawei Technologies has sued the Federal Communications Commission, seeking to overturn a regulatory decision that will hurt the Chinese corporation’s(...)

Multinationals worry about these optics. Photograph: iStock

There’s an enduring public (and media) misconception that multinational technology companies looking to establish a base in Europe would be seduced by(...)

Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Google has won the go-head in the US for a new sensor that uses miniature radar to track the motion of a human hand, allowing for touch gestures witho(...)

T-Mobile chief executive John Legere (L) and Sprint executive chairman Marcelo Claure. Photograph: MANDEL NGAN/Getty Images

T-Mobile US and Sprint have won backing for their $26 billion (€22.9 billion) merger from two national security reviews on Monday, clearing key hurdle(...)

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