Eoin Cluskey of Bread 41 on Pearse Street, Dublin: ‘We’ll have an in-out type thing every morning.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Bread 41, the popular Dublin City bakery, is undergoing a €265,000 revamp that will see it expand into a new premises next door, as well as open a new(...)

Sinead Heaney, partner at BDO, James Doody, director at IBI Corporate Finance, and Kieran Beggan and George Harold of IFS

An Irish buildings technology company is to create 100 jobs by the end of 2024 after securing investment. Integrated Facilities Solutions (IFS), whic(...)

  Over the past 25 years  Galway Technology Centre has housed more than 300 different companies, who between them have created more than 3,000 jobs.

Galway Technology Centre, which provides office space for growing companies, is to expand in a move that it claims could lead to a sharp rise in jobs (...)

Shannon Technical Services is planning to increase its workforce from 40 to 120 by 2023.

Irish-owned aviation company Shannon Technical Services is to create 80 jobs by the end of 2023 and open a new office in Dublin. The company said th(...)

Sandra Healy is co-founder of Inclusio, a software platform for diversity and inclusion.

The Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund is supporting two highly innovative university spin-out companies which have developed powerful new solu(...)

A healthy adult aged 40 or under should be able to balance on one leg with their eyes closed for at least 20 seconds. Photograph: iStock

Last year, TV doctor Michael Mosley took the participants in his Channel 4 weight -loss programme by surprise when he asked them to close their eyes a(...)

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar: LEOs managed to ‘pivot and adapt quickly’ during crisis. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) are now supporting more than 7,500 companies employing over 35,000 people, according to figures announced by Tánaiste (...)

A Jordan Formula One car. “Jordan Grand Prix in 1999 was operating on a budget of $140m. That’s more money than many F1 teams run on today”

There is more to Formula One than merely racing. More than the on-track action, the behind-the-scenes political machinations, and even than the huge s(...)

Ireland is uniquely poised to benefit from the global surge in demand for digital health solutions

Healthcare has gone beyond the tablet and the scalpel, harnessing the power of technology to bring the hospital into the home and ensure better outco(...)

Exergyn has attracted global attention by developing and patenting an emissions-free heat pump that contains no refrigerant gases, one of the main causes of global warming.

Dublin-based Exergyn has become embroiled in a row with its own investors over the future direction of the company and a possible sale to US heating g(...)

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