Mr Collins

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Rob Kniaz, Hussein Kanji and Rob Ludwig of Hoxton Ventures.

Hoxton Ventures, the London-based venture capital (VC) firm where Irish tech entrepreneur Dylan Collins is a partner, is actively targeting start-ups (...)

Children are estimated to account for 40 per cent of all new internet users.

SuperAwesome, the “kid tech” company established by Irish entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has agreed a partnership with the world’s biggest advertising co(...)

From left, Dr Cillian De Gascun, Director of the National Virus Reference Laboratory , Dr Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Health, and Dr Colm Henry, Chief Clinical Officer HSE. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

There were another 49 coronavirus-related deaths announced by State health officials and a further 631 new cases of the disease reported on Wednesday.(...)

Amnesty International Ireland - headed by executive director Colm O’Gorman - previously described Sipo’s demand that it return the money as ‘unreasonable and unjust’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Amnesty International Ireland has welcomed the High Court’s quashing of a demand by the Standards in Public Office (Sipo) Commission that it return a (...)

Sgt Maurice McCabe at the Charleton Tribunal at Dublin Castle. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Taoiseach has appointed a senior counsel to conduct a review of how the Department of Justice dealt with the provision of documents to the Charlet(...)

Dylan Collins of SuperAwesome which is aimed at children between six and 16, and has a number of channels across physical, digital and mobile. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish technology entrepreneur Dylan Collins is said to be exploring a potential listing of his company SuperAwesome on the London Stock Exchange this (...)

Workers most likely to earn lower amounts include employees in sectors such as accommodation, food and retail Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Almost three-quarters of the 70,000 Irish workers on minimum wage are female, according to new research. The study carried out by the Nevin Economic (...)

Austrian lawyer Max Schrems (above), whose complaint over the validity of existing data transfer channels has been provisionally deemed by Commissioner Helen Dixon to be “well-founded”.

A draft finding by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner that existing EU-US data transfer channels are invalid could, if upheld by the European cour(...)

A partial report in The Irish Times on April 1st, 1976. Photograph: The Irish Times

On March 31st 1976, an armed gang carried out a mail train robbery at Sallins, Co Kildare, seizing IR£200,000. Here is an early report of the heist as(...)

The West Cork Bar Association has sought to quash a decision by the Courts Service to close Skibbereen Courthouse. The High Court reserved judgement (...)

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