Posturing since the last election passed the 100-day mark last Monday. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP via Getty

Just months after the Republic crawled in late 2013 out of an international bailout programme precipitated by the property crash, one of voices that c(...)

Scheme caters to company’s employing more than 250 staff. Photograph: iStock

On Saturday, the Government announced several measures designed to help restart the economy. While some of those haven’t been fleshed out yet, others (...)

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf has warned that some of the jobs lost in the current crisis will not be recovered

Central Bank of Ireland governor Gabriel Makhlouf has warned that some of the jobs lost in the current crisis will not be recovered. In an interview (...)

Irish start-ups in the agrifood tech space are rated highly overseas with companies such as Cainthus making headlines globally. Photograph: iStock

Some $1 billion (€920 million) has been invested in Irish agrifoodtech companies since 2012 with Ireland being one of only a few countries worldwide t(...)

Finance Ireland chief executive  Billy Kane. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the State’s largest non-bank lender, is actively working on plans for a stock market flotation this year, The Irish Times has establi(...)

Genomics Medicine Ireland plans to spend up to €800 million collecting the DNA of 400,000 Irish people but it has not confirmed publicly how far it has progressed towards this goal.

Department of Health officials warned that a for-profit genetic research company was presenting itself as “a national project” when it was in fact own(...)

A planned Urbeo development in Citywest. The build-to-rent company is expecting to have a total portfolio of 1,900 units by March 2020. Photograph: Urbeo

Build-to-rent company Urbeo Residential said it has invested more than €400 million on nine deals in its first year in operation, which will deliver a(...)

Chinese President Xi. There are concerns over Xi’s Communist Party’s close links with Chinese companies. Photograph:  Feng Li/Reuters

Some might raise an eyebrow at the idea of Chinese money flooding into Ireland, but entrepreneur Maurice Healy has no truck with the naysayers. When i(...)

BMR solutions include the Slendertone muscle-toning belt

Galway-based company Bio-Medical Research (BMR) has secured €7.5 million in financing as it looks to roll-out new products. BMR, whose products inclu(...)

GMI has embarked on genetic research projects with several large Irish hospitals.

A State-backed company that plans to collect the DNA of hundreds of thousands of Irish people is being probed by the Data Protection Commissioner, fol(...)

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