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The world’s largest social network added a video tab last year, and it has been dropping hints for months that it wanted to become a source of original and well-produced videos

Facebook has made its biggest move to date to compete in the television market by expanding its video offerings with programming ranging from professi(...)

Permanent TSB lost 2.4%  to €2.05 as the bank succumbed to further negative media commentary

Weakness among tobacco stocks and some broker downgrades weighed on European shares, sending them lower on the final trading day of July as analysts d(...)

“Sentiment around Snap remains at ghastly levels,” Brian White, an analyst at Drexel Hamilton, wrote in a note to investors this month

Snap Inc shares fell Monday after some inside holders got their first opportunity to sell since the March initial public offering. The shares tumbled(...)

A landmark 2015 net neutrality order barring the blocking or slowing of web content is under threat. Photograph: Reuters/Feisal Omar

Tech companies clashed with internet service providers on Monday over whether a landmark 2015 net neutrality order barring the blocking or slowing of (...)

Morgan Stanley now believes Snap’s revenue will reach $897 million this year, well below the $1 billion they once estimated.

Shares in social media network owner of Snapchat, subject of the world’s biggest initial public offering in two years, staged a tentative rally in ear(...)

Scientists are trying to find ways to get young people to drink more milk, including inventing a ‘fizzy milk’ in the lab at Arla in Denmark. Photograph: Getty Images

A man in skinny jeans and a bow tie is standing by a whiteboard with various buzzwords written on it: empathy, respect, create. He is leading a corpor(...)

In a half-year trading update, the construction and infrastructure giant Carillion downgraded its full-year revenue guidance, with sales now expected to be between £4.8 billion and £5 billion. Photograph: PA Wire

Markets were down across the board on Tuesday with defensive stocks driving Britain’s FTSE down while the ISEQ’s drop was driven by significant falls (...)

Facebook’s growth has increasingly come from outside the US, Canada and Europe

Facebook has said that 2 billion people are regularly using its flagship service, marching past another milestone in its growth from a college curios(...)

From Thursday making telephone calls and sending text messages will cost exactly the same no matter where in the EU you are making them. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Thursday is the day. After years of wrangling between EU regulators and mobile phone operators, roaming charges have disappeared. Sort of. From Thu(...)

Ireland’s next taoiseach:  Leo Varadkar arrives at the Fine Gael count on Friday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Buying pints on an early-summer evening in Dublin may have seemed a pleasant task, but it was work all the same. John Paul Phelan, the Fine Gael TD fo(...)

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