Tom Cronin

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Leah O’Brien and Jade Coady were among the disappointed after the match. Photograph: Eoghan Dalton

It didn’t help that the weather was cold. There wasn’t much of an atmosphere to be had, with a collection of gardaí the largest group to be seen on t(...)

Blueway Waterpark in Co Leitrim. “The elephant in the room is the blatant ‘claim culture’ and excessive awards that unfortunately still exists in Ireland”

Two years ago this month the Blueway Waterpark opened on Lough Allen in Co Leitrim. Consisting of 1,600sq m of inflatable trampolines, obstacles, slid(...)

Triona Mullane of Madme Technologies and winner in the emerging category at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards. Photograph: Maxwells

Triona Mullane, the founder and chief executive of customer experience platform Madme Technologies, has won top prize in the emerging category at the (...)

Daniel Mackey and Peter Coppinger of, last year’s winners of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Monday Results: Analog Devices, Campbell Soup. Indicators: US housing market index (Nov). Meetings: Dublin Chamber Future of Cruise Tourism in (...)

Tom Cronin of Rye River Brewing Company on how Brexit might impact on the business: ‘The possible import tax that would be levied is of grave concern to us.’

Having gained more than 25 years’ experience working for drinks giants including Heineken and Molson Coors, Tom Cronin moved in 2013 to become a direc(...)

Staff at Rye River’s brewery in Celbridge, Co Kildare.

Irish craft beer maker Rye River Brewing is planning to raise €2.5 million in new funding this year to expand the brewing and bottling capacity of its(...)

Pictured at the announcement of this year’s finalists are Kevin McLoughlin, EY partner lead for the awards programme, and Anne Heraty, chief executive of Cpl Resources and chair of the judging panel

The shortlist for the 2019 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced with Supermac’s founder Pat McDonagh and Matt Ryan of hospitality gro(...)

Caranua was established in 2012 to manage €110m pledged by religious congregations to enhance survivors’ lives. File photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

The treatment of survivors of institutional abuse was a “greater national shame” than the abuse they suffered as children, an Oireachtas committee has(...)

Following the resignation of two of its board members, a spokeswoman for Caranua said appointments to its board were a matter  for the Minister for Education.

Two new members of Caranua, the independent statutory agency tasked with providing services to survivors of religious institutional abuse, have resign(...)

Niall Phelan, Alan Wolfe and Tom Cronin of Rye River Brewing: it is 75 per cent owned by the co-founders with family and friends holding the balance of shares

Rye River Brewing, the makers of the McGargles Irish craft beers, is seeking to raise €7 million from outside investors to fund its ambitious expansi(...)

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