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A shop on Dublin’s Henry Street.

Covid-19 restrictions are the biggest risk to small businesses in the coming months, while a gap is emerging between small firms doing well and those (...)

Munich Re Automation Solutions will invest €16m in research and development.

Munich Re Automation Solutions is to create 60 new highly skilled roles in Ireland, investing up to €16 million in an advanced research and developmen(...)

National Technologies, a US company that provides fibre optic and data centre installation services, is to create 52 jobs over the next three years in Dublin. Illustration: Ben Miners/Ikon/Getty

Some 206 new jobs have been created across seven high growth companies in Dublin, Kildare, Sligo and Cork, the IDA has said. The new jobs will be spr(...)

 Covid-19 saliva test could allow people to  provide samples of saliva at home and send them in for analysis, reducing the personnel and PPE needed for testing. File image: George Frey/Getty Images

A series of research projects to improve saliva tests for the detection and diagnosis of Covid-19 that would also allow mass testing of samples at the(...)

The facility will use advanced automation to disassemble, clean, inspect, repair, replace and reassemble vacuum pumps and abatement equipment.

Edwards, a Sussex-headquartered vacuum engineering company which provides services and solutions to the semiconductor industry, is to create up to 120(...)

Competition winners Maria Mulcahy and Peter McGovern of Henry J Lyons Architects present their winning designs, alongside Department of Foreign Affairs secretary general Niall Burgess (centre)

Dublin-based Henry J Lyons Architects has been selected as the winning entry in the Ireland House Tokyo design competition, the Department of Foreign (...)

 Verizon Communications: bolstered its Irish balance sheet last year with a capital injection of about €190 million. Photograph: Christopher Dilts

The Irish unit of US communications giant Verizon Media, which owns AOL and Yahoo, transferred its intellectual property (IP) out of Ireland and back (...)

Prof Gerardine Doyle, director of UCD Smurfit Graduate Business School: “The webinar will provide an opportunity to reflect on leadership during this extraordinary time of crisis.” Photograph: Shane O’Neill

Ireland is widely regarded as having responded well to the Covid-19 pandemic due to exemplary leadership in many sectors. Leaders in a range of areas,(...)

‘Building a financially strong and resilient small business sector that can withstand shocks and have a stable base to grow and support the communities in which they operate will be fundamental to the success of the National Economic Recovery Plan,’ said chair of SME Recovery Ireland, John Moran.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A national agency dedicated to small businesses, the establishment of a rainy day fund to support SMEs and a simplified research and development tax c(...)

‘Elena Ferrante masterfully evokes the agonies and insecurities of adolescence.’ File photograph: Getty Images

“Two years before leaving home my father said to my mother that I was very ugly,” begins Elena Ferrante’s new novel, her first since the global sensat(...)

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