Eileen Sharpe

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The new roles are across a number of areas, including artificial intelligence, data analytics and blockchain

Chinese technology services company Horizon8 is to create up to 50 jobs with the opening of a new European headquarters in Cork. The company, formerl(...)

Chinese President Xi. There are concerns over Xi’s Communist Party’s close links with Chinese companies. Photograph:  Feng Li/Reuters

Some might raise an eyebrow at the idea of Chinese money flooding into Ireland, but entrepreneur Maurice Healy has no truck with the naysayers. When i(...)

Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald: “We’ve seen double the visits from Japanese firms to Ireland last year.”

Direct flights between Dublin and Tokyo are inevitable given the increased interaction between the two states, according to the Tánaiste and Minister (...)

The view from Singapore’s tallest building, the Tanjong Pagar Centre, which towers over the Central Business District and is lit by reduced-energy usage lighting system created by the Dublin-headquartered Cylon Controls. Photograph: Clifford Coonan

Singapore’s tallest building, the Tanjong Pagar Centre, towers over the Central Business District, elegantly illuminated by its reduced-energy usage l(...)

Mr Manuel Furer, Kingspan regional managing director for Australasia and Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Frances Fitzgerald cut the ribbon to officially open Kingspan’s first office in Asia.

Cavan-based insulation specialist Kingspan has opened an office in Singapore and expects the Asia-Pacific region to be a focus for future growth, wit(...)

Aircraft finance specialist Bank of Communications Financial Leasing (JY Aviation), will manage 21 aircraft from its new Dublin HQ.

One of China’s largest banks is establishing an aircraft leasing arm in the Republic. Aircraft finance specialist Bank of Communications Financ(...)

Chinese companies are increasingly emerging as not only outsourcing partners for Western business, but also as competitors to these same businesses, according to Prof Bernard Mahon (above) of NUI Maynooth

The financial crisis has further enhanced China’s importance in the world economy. With that in mind, a group of five Irish third-level institutions h(...)