James Dyson

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This is an interesting compendium of 30 business profiles of successful business figures from around the globe, based for the most part on interviews (...)

Dyson founder and chairman James Dyson said growth was driven by global demand and strong performance from new technologies. Photo: Getty Images

British vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson has reported a 10 per cent increase in turnover to £1.38 billion (€1.88 billion) for 2014. The company post(...)

Peter Fisk’s book is a richly researched work on an interesting subject.

Game-changing businesses, the focus of this book, are disruptive and innovative start-ups and corporations that are reshaping economies in every secto(...)

Damien Murtagh: “While we have adapted to digital technologies, we still like to feel, see and touch physical objects. What was needed was something which would be as fast to physically build as it would be to digitally draw the equivalent on screen.”

In the first of our profiles of the finalists in this year’s Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation awards we look at the three of the cutting edge (...)

Dyson is back doing what it does best: vacuum cleaners. More importantly, making them easier to use and better than before. While we’re all familia(...)

A planned expansion for British firm Dyson could have major benefits for Irish engineers as the company plans a major recruitment drive. The firm, whi(...)

Inventor and entrepreneur James Dyson  is best known as the inventor of the Dual Cyclone bagless vacuum cleaner. Photograph: Derek Hudson/Getty Images

Excellence in design and innovation is the solution to Ireland’s troubled economy, students at Trinity College heard today at the launch of the(...)

 Dyson cordless vacuum
Gadgets: Making travel easier
  • Travel
  • August 3, 2013, 01:00

Dyson Cordless Vacuum What with the crisps, the sand and the crumbs, your average family car or caravan has been shipping some collateral damage in th(...)

What an economy in trouble needs is ideas. Ideas can lead to intellectual property, and intellectual property in turn, can generate enough acti(...)

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