Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol with Sara Canning, partner of murdered journalist Lyra McKee, following a three-day peace walk from Belfast to Derry in May. He has been awarded an OBE for services to music and charity in Northern Ireland. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire.

Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody, singing group The Priests and the Dublin-born cricketer Eoin Morgan have been included in Queen Elizabeth’s New Y(...)

ESO president and chief executive Chris Dillie with Invest NI chief executive Alistair Hamilton.

A Texas-headquartered data and software company is to set to create 120 jobs in Belfast when it sets up a new engineering centre. ESO, which is chi(...)

Alastair Hamilton (left), chief executive of Invest Northern Ireland, with Contrast Security chief executive Alan Naumann, in Belfast.

A California-headquartered cybersecurity company is to establish its first operation in Northern Ireland as part of an international expansion project(...)

Raj Ramanand, chief executive of Signifyd with Alastair Hamilton, chief executive of Invest NI.

A Silicon Valley based high-tech company that specialises in protecting businesses from online fraud is to develop a new research and development (R&a(...)

Chief executive John Cunningham said the company had an “ambitious and strategic growth plan”

Northern Ireland engineering group Camlin plans to create nearly 300 jobs as part of a new £28 million expansion at its Lisburn headquarters. The fam(...)

Anita Chandraker, PA Consulting; Alastair Hamilton, chief executive Invest NI; Jiten Kachhela, digital lead, PA Consulting and Karen Bradley, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

PA Consulting Group plans to create 400 jobs in Northern Ireland as part of an investment in a digital development centre. The management, systems an(...)

Fieldfisher managing partner Michael Chissick with Invest NI chief executive Alistair Hamilton at Thursday’s jobs announcement in Belfast.

Fieldfisher, a European law firm that employs 1,000 people, is to expand its operations into Northern Ireland and create 125 jobs. The law firm inten(...)

Alastair Hamilton (left) chief executive of  Invest NI and Patrick McAliskey, managing director, Novosco.

Belfast-based managed cloud provider Novosco is to create almost 150 jobs over the next three years as part of a £20 million expansion. The company (...)

The new Belfast operation will be the firm’s largest outside Cork. Photograph: iStock

A Cork-headquartered software company expects to create 85 jobs in a new development and support hub in Belfast. Teamwork. com, a SaaS (Software as a(...)

Queen’s University Belfast: the new unit will be located at the university’s centre of cancer research and cell biology but it hopes to attract local and international companies to use its  facilities

A new £10 million centre specialising in precision medicine, which could prove instrumental in developing ground-breaking treatments for cancer patien(...)

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