Shaw Academy founder and chief executive James Egan: “We had just 13 people in Dublin after exiting examinership and are now at about 60 and will be over 80 by year-end with more jobs expected in 2021.”

Irish online education provider Shaw Academy says it has tripled headcount in recent months after taking on a large number of customer support staff f(...)

Re-Vana said the investment will primarily be used to advance its proprietary biodegradable technologies for the delivery of therapeutics. File photograph: Getty

Queen’s University Belfast spin-out Re-Vana Therapeutics has secured $3.25 million (€2.9 million) in funding. Among the backers are three specialised(...)

Future Ticketing customers include the National Ploughing Championships.

Profits at Irish ticketing software specialist Future Ticketing topped €250,000 last year, the latest figures show. Tullamore, Co Offaly-based Future(...)

US president Donald Trump Photograph: Yuri Gripas/Pool via Bloomberg

Traders who thought they sidestepped the latest round of trade belligerence were dragged back to their seats late Monday as more tough talk from the T(...)

Shaw develops accredited online courses such as photography, nutrition, marketing and technology. Photograph: iStock

A Dublin-based low-cost higher education provider will successfully exit examinership today having secured more than €7 million in new investment. Sh(...)

Almost $6.5 billion (€5.6 billion) worth of Tilray shares traded hands on US exchanges on Wednesday, second only to Amazon’s $7.6 billion - a stock almost 47 times the size of Tilray’s $20 billion market valuation

In perhaps the wildest day yet for the nascent legal cannabis trade, shares in Tilray took a ride reminiscent of the Bitcoin craze and even the height(...)

Leinster captain Isa Nacewa and his team-mates celebrate after winning the Pro14 final against Scarlets at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin, on Saturday. Photograph: PA

Turnover at rugby’s Pro14 tournament has doubled to more than €20 million over the last two years as two South African franchises have joined the comp(...)

Italy’s populist Five Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio after the elections. Italy’s benchmark index recouped all of its losses from the previous session, up 1.8 per cent, as concerns over political uncertainty following an inconclusive election result eased. Photograph: Getty Images

European shares bounced off six-month lows on Tuesday as the focus shifted from politics to dealmaking and earnings, with paper and packaging stocks s(...)

Café en Seine on Dawson Street: one of the Mercantile Entertainment Group’s many well-known establishments in Dublin, along with the Mercantile Bar and Hotel, The George and Whelan’s on Wexford Street. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A claim that the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, was last year proposed for the job of finance director of one of Dublin’s la(...)

Smith & Wollensky’s restaurant in Miami Beach, Florida.

Danu Partners, the investor backed by Setanta Sports founders Michael O’Rourke and Leonard Ryan, has bought US restaurant chain, Smith & Wollensky(...)

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