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Former RTÉ journalist  Mark Little, founder of Kinzen, which secured the funding from a company called DK Investment LLC. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Kinzen, the digital news venture established by former RTÉ journalist and Storyful founder Mark Little, appears to have raised €500,000 in investment.(...)

Storyful was founded by former RTÉ journalist Mark Little in 2010 and subsequently acquired in a deal valued at €18 million by News Corp in 2013

Loss-making Storyful received a €5.5 million cash injection from News Corp last month, bringing the total amount provided by its parent to almost €30 (...)

Mark Little:  was an RTÉ journalist and current affairs presenter before leaving to set up Storyful, which he sold to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp for €18 million in 2013. He served as an executive at Twitter.

Mark Little’s digital news venture Neva Labs has been renamed Kinzen and is inviting people to test pre-release versions of its app before its officia(...)

South Louisiana village Jean Lafitte: Steven Pinker is on firmer ground when charting the progress countries make as they grow richer and can afford to clean smog from their skies and start conserving, not plundering, nature. Photograph: William Widmer/The New York Times

Everyone knows about Bill Gates but what of the Bill Gates bump? That is the jump in book sales that the billionaire philanthropist can trigger when (...)

A Frenchman has gone on a frustrated rampage in a tiny New Zealand fishing village after he spent four days waiting for a hitchhiking ride. The 27-y(...)

Darren Adamson, a Vote Leave campaigner, holds a Vote Leave placard as he rides in a modified FV432 armoured personnel carrier, driven by Dale McKenzie, in the Southwick district of Sunderland, earlier in June.  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The passion for football in northeast England is renowned. On a balmy weekday evening, a few hundred people have gathered in a pedestrianised street i(...)

Participants at the opening of the Summit of Conscience for the Climate in Paris. Photograph: Reuters/Etienne Laurent/Pool

The close of the international climate conference on December 11th could well be a cliffhanger. Newspaper editors may be tempted to prepare alternate (...)