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David Shackleton (right), Ding chief executive, pictured with the US team in the iconic Bell Labs building.

Irish mobile payments firm Ding has opened a new office in New Jersey in the United States. Ding chairman and founder Mark Roden is a former EY (...)

Flender co-founders Oli Cavanagh and Kristjan Koik

Dublin-headquartered fintech start-up Flender, whose backers include former EY Entrepreneur of the Year award winner Mark Roden, is set to announce a (...)

The Sona 10 co-working space in Newmarket, Dublin 8.

A crowdfunding campaign has been set up to establish a new co-working space in Newmarket Square in Dublin’s Liberties. Sona 10 Newmarket, which is l(...)

Flender co-founders Oli Cavanagh and Kristjan Koik: “The UK market is 300 times bigger than Ireland and you can’t really even open your doors for business unless you have FCA authorisation,” said Mr Cavanagh.

Dublin-headquartered fintech start-up Flender is looking to raise €1 million in funding after receiving full authorisation from the UK financial regul(...)

Members of the cast of Riverdance at the Ding stand: “Riverdance is such a global brand and one that denotes everything that is strong and contemporary about Ireland.”

How do you get noticed when you are a small Irish company battling it out with the likes of Sony, LG, Samsung and Huawei at the world’s largest annual(...)

Mark Little: keynote speaker at the ISA Software Awards. Photograph: Eric Luke

MONDAY Meetings: Internet of Things World (Convention Centre, Dublin 1); Image magazine businesswoman of the year awards (DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel,(...)

Anne Heraty, chair of this year’s judges, becomes EY Entrepreneur of the Year  in 2006. Photograph: Cyril Byrne
EY Awards: 19 years in Ireland

The EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition is considered one of the most prestigious awards programmes for business leaders, operating in more than 1(...)

Mark McCloskey: much of his early career was with Denis O’Brien’s Esat Telecom at a time when it was a proving ground for a whole generation of future Irish business leaders.

It all started in hospital, appropriately enough. Recuperating in a four-bed ward after knee surgery, access to the television quickly became an irrit(...)

Denis O’Brien is consoled pictured at the funeral of his father Denis ‘Dano’ O’Brien, at the Church of the Sacred Heart, Donnybrook. Photograph: Colin Keegan/ Collins Dublin.

Many prominent and formerly prominent figures from the worlds of business and politics joined family and friends of businessman Denis O’Brien for the (...)

KPMG’s Shaun Murphy: “We know Ireland is small and that we punch above our weight, but competition for attention is intense in a very crowded market.”

St Patrick’s week triggers an annual migration of Irish politicians around the globe, donning the shamrock, pressing the flesh and talking up Ireland.(...)

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