Ronan Furlong

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The Government has been urged to  look at letting  SMEs  “borrow back” taxes paid last year.

The Government has been urged to introduce a suite of tax incentives to stimulate the domestic economy following the Covid-19 crisis. This includes al(...)

Paschal Donohoe,  Minister for Finance and Minister for Expenditure and Reform, in advance of delivering Budget 2019.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

PwC has called for “straightforward” changes to the tax system, including capital gains tax (CGT) reform, to support Irish-owned businesses. The Big (...)

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Dublin-based medtech firm Foundry Innovation & Research 1 (Fire1) has raised €40 million in funding to develop its remote heart monitoring product(...)

Niamh Bushnell: “TechIreland is a massively ambitious task.”

A new public database aimed at providing a detailed portrait of Ireland’s start-up scene is about to go live. The initiative aims to map, track and s(...)

Augmented reality: a Daqri helmet being demonstrated at DCU’s 36-hour hackathon

Hackathon. It’s one of those buzzy, energetic terms, but what does it really mean? Oxford Dictionaries offers this definition: “An event, typically la(...)

Speakers at the concluding panel discussion at the September event will include PCH founder Liam Casey. Photograph: David Sleator

PCH International is to host Ireland’s first dedicated hardware hackathon for the Internet of Things, as part of a drive to find the “next big thing i(...)

The 3D printing process in operation

The internet is awash with tales of engine parts, full-scale bicycles – and of course the obligatory scare stories about firearms – being produced by (...)