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Tullow Oil chief executive Aidan Heavey. “Our high-risk, high-impact exploration campaigns have delivered significant successes in Kenya and Norway, and we have a number of material well results due in the coming months,” Tullow said in an interim statement. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tullow Oil said it was on track to reach record oil production levels this year as it predicted growth in its output would match previous years.The Ir(...)

Tullow Oil xpects to add 200 million barrels to its resources this year. Photograph: John Cogill/Bloomberg News.

Tullow Oil said it is on track to reach record oil production levels in 2013 as it predicted growth in its output would match previous years. In an in(...)

Hipster CEO

Fancy yourself as the next Mark Zuckerberg? Now’s your chance to prove it – without risking your life savings. Hipster CEO gives you a taste of what i(...)

The Boost Case

  If experience has taught us anything, it’s that sudden falls and delicate electronics are likely to result in a rather expensive repair (...)

Paul Kerley, chairman of Fenergo; John Dolan, partner in Investec Ventures and Marc Murphy, CEO of Fenergo. Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Irish-based software company Fenergo is set to double it staff in the coming months after it landed investment of €4 million to expand its operations (...)

There is the temptation for established franchises to take the foot off the pedal a little, particularly when they find a formula that works. Change f(...)

Ryanair is to appeal a ruling by the UK’s competition commissioner that would force it to reduce its stake in Aer LingusPhotograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Regulators have ordered Ryanair to cut its 29.8 per cent stake in rival Aer Lingus to just 5 per cent on the grounds that its shareholding has led (...)

Champ Man

The Premier League is underway once more, with all the controversy that comes along with it. Could you do better? Of course you could. Champ Man gives(...)

The Drowning

As far as first-person shooters for touchscreen devices go, The Drowning is one of the best we’ve ever played. It’s set in a post-apocalyptic world, w(...)

Government spending rose in the first quarter, mainly attributed to the liquidation of IBRC. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The general Government deficit rose to almost €5.4 billion in the first three months of the year, widening as the liquidation of IBRC increased Govern(...)

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