Michael J Fox

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Cormac Barry, chief executive of CarTrawler: the company currently has about 100 airlines and 2,500 online travel brand partners on its books. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Having played a key role in making Paddy Power an online success, there were raised eyebrows when it emerged that Cormac Barry was leaving the group’s(...)

Workhuman co-founder and chief executive Eric Mosley. The company announced a 32 per cent rise in revenue to $452 million (€410 million) for 2018.

Irish-founded software company Workhuman is in talks to bring its HR-focused annual conference to Europe. The move comes as the company announced a (...)

Selma Blair at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in Beverly Hills, on February 24th. Photograph:  Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Actress Selma Blair has given her first interview since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis late last year. On Good Morning America, the 46-year-(...)

George Ryan and his daughter, Áine. George was bridge correspondent of ‘The Irish Times’ for 44 years – retiring in 2014

Daddy was on a hospital trolley again last week. It was the second time this winter. Once again the lovely nursing home staff who care for him so well(...)

Donald Tump in the 1992 film Home Alone 2: Lost in New York with Macaulay Culkin.

People are saying that Donald Trump is the greatest star of TV and movies. Big star. You’d better believe it. Nobody wants Crooked Hillary on their s(...)

The DeLorean DMC-12.

A small number of the “time machine” cars made famous by Back To The Future could be produced by next year, the DeLorean Motor Company has said. The (...)

Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) in ‘Back to the Future Part II’: futuristic depiction of this coming Wednesday

Even if you’re not an avid movie fan, knowledge of the Back to the Future trilogy runs on similar lines to knowing the rough outlines of the Indian(...)

President Barack Obama on The Daily Show in July 2015. “I think we’ve done a very good job of making fun of Obama. It doesn’t get as much traction, because so many of the fans are left (leaning) and loved our (George W) Bush stuff,” said former executive producer and writer Rory Albanese. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

The Daily Show began in 1996 as a snarky chat-show parody hosted by Craig Kilborn, a place of breezy celebrity interviews and human interest segments (...)