Joe Lennon

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Workvivo co-founders Joe Lennon, chief technology officer (left) and chief executive John Goulding.

Employee engagement has been tested to the limit by the lockdown. The fighting spirit that characterised the early months of the pandemic has taken a (...)

Matt Cooper, co-founder and chief executive of Inflazome

Matt Cooper, co-founder and chief executive of Irish biotech company Inflazome, has won top prize in the emerging category at the EY Entrepreneur of t(...)

Workvivo founders John Goulding and Joe Lennon. The Douglas-based company’s clients include Bus Éireann, University College Cork, Netgear, Kentech, Telus International and Cubic Telecom

Irish technology company Workvivo, which recently raised $16 million in funding, has announced plans to create 100 jobs in Cork over the next three ye(...)

Dr Sinéad Bleiel, AnaBio Technologies

The last four of eight nominees in the Emerging category of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition are profiled this week. The awards are run in (...)

The  funeral cortege arrives at St Brigid’s Church in Clara.  Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Mary ‘May’ Cowen, the mother of former taoiseach Brian Cowen and current TD for Laois-Offaly, Barry Cowen, was remembered on Saturday as a person of s(...)

Leonora O’Brien, chief executive of PharmaPod, the first of this year’s 24 finalists to be notified by Roger Wallace, partner lead for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year awards. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The shortlist for the 2020 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced with 24 finalists selected across three categories. They were chosen(...)

WorkVivo founders John Goulding and Joe Lennon

Irish employee communications software company WorkVivo has raised $16 million (€14.7 million) in fundraising to accelerate product development as it (...)

Hawkeye is costly enough already for the GAA and is more important than goal-line technology in the long run. Photo: Inpho

There was a time when Sky Sports was held as some sort of mystical presence within the GAA. Back in the 1990s, there was much pining after the almost (...)

Donegal’s Michael Murphy in action during the Allianz Football League Division One game against Tyrone at MacCumhaill Park in Ballybofey. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho/Presseye

Donegal 0-12 Tyrone 0-6 A big, big scalp for Donegal and , yes, it was a dark and stormy night in Ballybofey. This rivalry has become so helplessly c(...)

Hamlet Sweeney of Nucleus Music Song Studio at his desk in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Behind an unassuming door on the top floor of a Dublin city centre building a quiet revolution is taking shape. Inside, the branding on the computer s(...)

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