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Speakers at the inaugural SaaStock conference in Dublin last year

SaaStock, a Dublin-hosted conference focused on software as a service (SaaS), which held its first event here last year, has raised an estimated £350,(...)

EY Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 winners Paul Quigley and Andrew Mullaney of NewsWhip at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Ireland awards. Photograph: Alan Betson

Content analytics firm NewsWhip has raised $6.4 million in funding as it prepares to expand its team and further develop its technologies. The compa(...)

Paul Mulvaney, executive director of innovation at ESB, said the investment would result in a “two-way knowledge transfer” between the power company and Endeco. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

ESB is investing €3.3 million in Endeco Technologies, an Irish company that helps large, industrialised energy users reduce their power consumption. (...)

Sign of the times: software company Intercom has taken over one floor in the former bank premises on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Irish software firm Intercom has moved into the former headquarters of Anglo Irish Bank, taking a floor of the once blighted building on St Stephen’s (...)

Dublin-based analytics and advertising firm PageFairhas raised $400,000 in new funding from Tribal Ventures, Frontline (...)

“When I look back over the years and think about bands like Little Green Cars, Kodeline (above) and the Script, who are all doing so well, it’s great to think we had them before anyone else,” said BalconyTV co-founder Stephen O’Regan. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

BalconyTV, an online music channel featuring artists playing on balconies around the world, has been sold to the Orchard, a Ne(...)

 Uber driver Shuki Zanna waits for customers in his limousine in Beverly Hills, California.

Tom Lyons Uber, a luxury car booking service backed by Google and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has launched officially in Dublin. Th(...)

Tribal.vc recently signed a lease with Nama to take over a five-storey building on Dublin’s South William Street. Photograph: Tribal.vc

Irish venture capital fund Tribal.vc has opened a new co-location hub for high- growth start-ups, on Dublin’s South William St(...)