Justin Cullen

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More bad news for creche owners as one of the two companies insuring childcare facilities has decided to exit the Irish market. Photograph:  Frank Perry/AFP/GettyImages

More bad news for creche owners as one of the two companies insuring childcare facilities has decided to exit the market. The Business Post reports th(...)

Niall McGarry, the founder and majority owner of Maximum Media, who has stepped back from executive responsibilities at the Irish business. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Online advertising body IAB Ireland says it “remains concerned” about a 2017 click farm incident at Maximum Media. In a statement that follows last w(...)

Niall McGarry is a 60 per cent shareholder in the Irish business and 80 per cent shareholder in Britain. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The decision this week by Maximum Media founder, Niall McGarry, to step back from executive involvement in the Irish arm of the Joe.ie and Her.ie publ(...)

Maximum Media founder, Niall McGarry  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Niall McGarry, the founder and majority shareholder of digital publisher Maximum Media, which operates in Ireland and Britain, confirmed he has steppe(...)

Maximum Media founder and major shareholder Niall McGarry.

Maximum Media, the company behind the digital brands JOE, Her, HerFamily and SportsJOE, made a profit of €776,000 in the year 2017, accounts filed to (...)

Core chief development officer Justin Cullen will set up advisory business Jolt Esquire and take on non-executive roles.

Justin Cullen, a senior executive and director in Irish marketing group Core, will leave the company in January to set up his own advisory business an(...)

Advertisers suspended  campaigns after their ads appeared in YouTube videos featuring homophobic and anti-Semitic messages. Photograph:  Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Media agency Core Media has resumed “limited” and “very controlled” advertising on Google’s YouTube platform. The Dublin-based group paused all adver(...)

The metadata on extremist content can be altered to deceive the Google algorithm. Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

It is high noon in the relationship between Google and the news media. “Google, the Terrorists’ Friend”, splashed the Daily Mail on Friday, declaring (...)

Google chief business officer Philipp Schindler apologised to advertisers, saying Google would take “a tougher stance on hateful, offensive and derogatory content”

Core Media, Ireland’s largest buyer of advertising, has suspended its business with Google and YouTube over fears that ads are appearing alongside ext(...)

Consumers are deciding  to filter out online ads by downloading software to their PC, tablet or smartphone

Over the past two months, the issue of ad blocking has become a dominant agenda item in the global advertising market. Consumers are deciding effectiv(...)

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