Bumper sell out shows from the likes of Jenny Greene and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra (above) contributed to the rise in box office revenues at the Galway Arts Festival last year

The latest play in Donald Trump’s high-stakes gamble on a tariff war with China saw the US president claiming that Beijing is seeking talks on a deal (...)

Microsoft has pumped $1 billion  in pursuit of the ultimate AI dream: a vast, artificial human brain that can run on Microsoft’s globe-spanning cloud computing system

Ryanair pilots will meet trade union officials today to discuss the slow progress of a pay claim they made to the airline. The pay claim is separate t(...)

Galway businessman Declan Ganley’s Rivada Networks is behind a plan for the US telecoms sector that is being promoted by former White House deputy chief of staff Karl Rove

AIB is ramping up preparations for its latest sale of toxic debt, code-naming the process Project Alder, with sources suggesting the value of the loan(...)

Laura Slattery considers the increasing challenge for outdoor advertisers with our pavements filled with so-called smartphone zombies, glued to the screens in the hands and not the billboards around them

The communications regulator has confirmed it is paying rebates to mobile operators who successfully bid for space on the State’s radio spectrum nearl(...)

 Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive of Facebook, will visit Dublin today to meet with senior politicians, media and other stakeholders

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg makes a flying visit to Dublin today. Over the afternoon the founder of the social network giant is expected (...)

Man in the middle: UK chancellor Philip Hammond prepares to deliver his latest budget speech

Technology giants Google, Facebook and Amazon will face a new digital services tax in the UK from 2020 under plans announced by chancellor of the(...)

“There will be another crisis, that’s for sure. And it may not be in banking,” says the former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan

In the wake of the banking crisis the former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan had the “common sense view” that some of the reckless behavi(...)

Builders BAM and Sammon face competition from rivals such as JJ Rhatigan and Sisk to build and run six schools left unfinished by the collapse of British group, Carillion

Builders BAM and Sammon face competition from rivals such as JJ Rhatigan and Sisk to build and run six schools left unfinished by the collapse of Brit(...)

Tesla shares were back on the ropes on Monday, dropping more 6 per cent within minutes of the opening bell as investors continue to digest the slate of negative headlines around the electric car company

The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner is to meet tomorrow to examine the implication of the investigation into an alleged data breach at Inde(...)

A crippling shortage of chefs is forcing Irish restaurants to trawl Europe for qualified staff willing to move here to cook, as consumers’ appetite for eating out expands

A crippling shortage of chefs is forcing Irish restaurants to trawl Europe for qualified staff willing to move here to cook, as consumers’ appetite fo(...)

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