Joe Tynan, PwC Head of Tax (left) with some of the  shortlisted entrepreneurs for the 2019 Bolton Trust/PwC Innovation Awards  (L-R) Keith Curley, Gladcloud; Patrick Liddy, UtiltyAR; and Shane O’Sullivan, Glimpse

Three Dublin start-ups are competing for a prize of €10,000 in the final of the 2019 Bolton Trust/PwC Innovation Awards, pitching digital advertising (...)

Choosing to convert disciplines prior to seeking to enter the labour market is a perfectly rational decision.

As a Guidance Counsellor, I would always advise aspiring undergraduate students to study what they are passionate about. Nothing gets you successfully(...)

Overall winners: Martin Woods, developer engineer at Aid:Tech; Minister of State for Trade, Employment, and Business, Pat Breen; Niall Dennehy, co-founder of Aid:Tech; Danny Curran, Aid:Tech director of growth; Nicola Paoli, Aid:Tech’s blockchain developer; and Irish Times columnist and MC for the night David McWilliams. The company also won the IT and Fintech category, sponsored by KPMG.

Joe Thompson completed the renowned 151-mile Moroccan desert marathon in 2009, collecting money for charity. Then the money he raised disappeared. Fi(...)

Kanye West has billed this week’s Yeezy release as his brand’s “largest drop ever” in a bid to “democratise” access to the $220 shoes.  Photograph: PA Wire

This Friday will see two iconic consumer products go head-to-head on shopping streets for the first time. The launch of the largest and most expensiv(...)

Advantages to the introduction of mobile working include increased motivation generated by the ability to look after family and personal needs. Photograph: iStock

The days of the nine-to-five desk-bound job may not quite be coming to an end anytime soon but jobs are becoming increasingly flexible, with home and (...)

Judges for the first round of this year’s Irish Times Innovation awards: Lana Briggs of KPMG; Lisa Higgins of Science Foundation Ireland; David Keeley of Enterprise Ireland; Michael McAleer of The Irish Times; and Eric Donald of Teagasc. They were joined in the judging by (not in photo) Gearóid Mooney of Enterprise Ireland and Ciaran Heavey of UCD.

After sorting through this year’s applications, 85 entrants qualified to enter this year’s awards judging process, across five categories. The innovat(...)

Trinity College Dublin’s Executive MBA programme has been listed 44th in The Economist magazine’s global ranking of Executive MBA (EMBA) programmes. (...)

Video gaming: John Sharry’s advice to parents is to promote positive habits and set some rules. Photograph: E+/Getty

The Select Committee on Crime, Lawlessness and Vandalism has said there is an urgent need to prohibit the supply of video nasties, which have a damagi(...)

Shingo Institute executive director Ken Snyder, AbbVie Ballytivnan operations manager Niall Kerlin, AbbVie Ballytivnan site director Joe Kumor and Institute of Management Improvement president Ritsuo Shingo.

AbbVie’s facility in Ballytivnan, Co Sligo, has been awarded the prestigious international Shingo prize for operational excellence. The prize is nam(...)

Tony Brabazon. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

University College Dublin (UCD) has appointed Prof Anthony Brabazon to head up its College of Business, which includes the well-regarded Lochlann Quin(...)

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