John Mckeon

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FotoNation has moved into the facial recognition and biometric technology field and the driver monitoring system is its latest innovation. Photograph: iStock

A system to monitor driver behaviour, a standards certification system for products which make claims in relation to allergens, and a programme to ena(...)

Dr John McKeon established the company in 2000 when working in a Dublin asthma and allergy clinic.

An Irish company is helping 60 million people in the US affected by asthma and allergies to live healthier, happier lives. The Dublin-based firm is li(...)

 Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A privacy rights group has alleged a “grave breach” of data protection legislation by the Department of Social Protection following changes made to a (...)

Department of Social Protection recovered over €82 million in monies overpaid to claimants last year

The number of elderly people in Ireland claiming State pensions has risen by two-thirds in 20 years, according to the Department of Social Protection.(...)

Sunshine and gun crime: Spain’s Costa del Sol is popular with holidaymakers and Irish criminals. Photograph: PA

The gun murder of Dubliner Gary Hutch (34) is thelatest in a series of killings in which Irish criminals who set off for a lifeof crime in the sun hav(...)

 A total of 397 homes were at various stages of completion in Dublin in November; of these 229 were apartments. Photograph: David Davies/PA Wire

Almost 400 houses and apartments were under construction in estates across Dublin city towards the end of 2014.A snapshot of residential construction(...)

Pathfinder Minerals, which Irish-born Mr McKeon has touted as the “next Kenmare Resources”, has been embroiled in a three-year legal dispute  over  exploration licences.

Pathfinder Minerals, an Aim-listed exploration company backed by Circle Oil founder John McKeon, says it is now focused on “recovering” its assets in (...)

The Costa del Sol. Some Irish criminals who have relocated to southern Spain have died there

The shooting dead of Gerard Kavanagh (44) is the latest in a series of fatal gun attacks on Irish gangland criminals who have relocated to Spain or ot(...)