Ian Lucey

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Dún Laoghaire pier. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council will seek new expressions of interest for the former Stena Line ferry terminal site after a €20 million plan to (...)

The old ferry terminal, Dún Laoghaire. The proposed scheme was expected to be home to companies working across technologies including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, data analytics and blockchain

A developer who has cancelled a €20 million plan to transform the old ferry terminal in Dún Laoghaire into a technology campus says the scheme will no(...)

Young Irelander Thomas Davis was born in Mallow and there’s a statue of him in front of the town’s Clock House.

Situated at the crossroads of Munster, Mallow, Co Cork is one of the Golden Vale’s main market towns. The Vale’s rich grasslands are home to Ireland’s(...)

Jamie Heaslip: has a finger in many different commercial pies. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Leinster and Ireland rugby star Jamie Heaslip, who was this week appointed vice-captain of the international squad ahead of the Six Nations, has also (...)

Pharmapod founder Leonora O’Brien: she will be  speaking at a start-up event organised by the DCU Ryan Academy and Global Invest Her

One of the biggest challenges for female entrepreneurs at early stage business is access to funding, with men 70 per cent more likely to gain access t(...)

Austin Hughes, chief economist with KBC Ireland; Susan Kilty, international tax partner, PwC; and Joe Tynan, head of tax, PwC, at the PwC Budget Breakfast at the Convention Centre in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A high-profile angel investor has heavily criticised the Government for a perceived lack of support for start-ups, as criticism of Budget 2015 gather(...)

Ian Lucey said the newly launched StartUP Refunds for Entrepreneurs  initiative was little more than an attempt to roll back on mistakes made

A leading technology investor has dismissed the Government’s new tax refund scheme for entrepreneurs as mere window dressing and called on the Coal(...)