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Coming up in this Saturday’s Irish Times, Bernard-Henri Lévy talks to Lara Marlowe and Ian McEwan is interviewed by Jonathan McAloon. John Boyne write(...)

The cost to the exchequer of the R&D credit was €670 million in 2016, down from over €700 million the previous year, and it may have fallen below €600 million in 2017. Illustration: Sean Gladwell/Getty Images

The Research & Development Tax Credit (RDTC) has been an important driver of innovation in the Irish economy since its introduction in 2004. Compa(...)

Greenfield Global is one of the largest solvent companies in North America. Photograph: iStock

A Canadian alcohol and fuel ethanol producer is investing in the region of €30 million to establish its new European manufacturing headquarters in Por(...)

Markforged produces machines that print high-strength materials such as carbon fibre and MIM metals.

Industrial 3D printer manufacturer Markforged is opening its first European headquarters in Dublin, creating 100 new jobs over the next three years. (...)

The three-storey block at  Parkmore East Business Park  extends to 4,180sq m (45,000sq ft).

Fine Grain Property, the Singapore-based property investor and developer, has agreed to lease about 2,137sq m (23,000sq ft) of newly developed office (...)

 Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive of Facebook, will visit Dublin today to meet with senior politicians, media and other stakeholders

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg makes a flying visit to Dublin today. Over the afternoon the founder of the social network giant is expected (...)

Chris Johns, non-executive chairman of Smith and Williamson’s European hub, and Cedric Cruess Callaghan, the company’s chief executive. Photograph: Maxwells

UK financial and professional services group Smith & Williamson has established a European hub in Dublin to ensure its European Union clients can (...)

Safe for now: Lansdowne House, Brian Hogan’s Ballsbridge office block, is so distinctive it should be a protected structure. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Architects may ‘have a vested interest in knocking things down’, but for Brian Hogan, Dublin’s most prolific commercial architect for three decades(...)

The Irish startup presence at SXSW 2019 Interactive appeared low key. In the four years since opening Ireland House - an Irish diplomatic and economic(...)

Under the ‘country of origin’ principle, a broadcaster with a licence in any EU state can broadcast into any other EU market. Photograph: iStock.

The broadcasting regulator is in talks with two UK-licensed broadcasters about obtaining new European Union licences after Brexit, but a hoped-for int(...)

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