Trump would be the first sitting American president to attend the meeting of bankers, corporate chiefs, academics and investors since Bill Clinton.

US president Donald Trump will dominate the Davos forum as no US leader has before: a provocateur-in-chief practiced at irking the elites who’ll gathe(...)

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders looks on as US president Donald Trump delivers a statement.

US president Donald Trump is expected to attend the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, in the coming weeks, an administration official said T(...)

Where free childcare is available in Ireland, such as through the Early Childhood Care and Education scheme, the hours are limited. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Irish girls outperform boys in most subjects in the Leaving Certificate; in professional exams, such as accountancy, females are again to the fore; an(...)

On current trends, the overall global gender gap can be closed in exactly 100 years across the 106 countries covered since the inception of the report.

The Republic’s progress on closing the gender gap has continued to stall following declines in health, survival, and the number of women in ministeria(...)

Ornua, which owns the Kerrygold and Dubliner Cheese brands, was selected for the pilot transaction due to its expansive export coverage across over 110 countries

Ornua, formerly the Irish Dairy Board, has completed what is believed to be the world’s first global trade transaction using blockchain, the technolog(...)

According to research, some organisations are already using intelligent machines to automate more routine, rule-based tasks

The robots are coming, or so media have proclaimed in recent months. And it is true. The world of work is about to undergo a revolution as advances i(...)

The Oxfam report highlights the role that “an ever more elaborate system of tax havens” is playing in the deepening divide, calling for a “global approach to end the era of tax havens”. Photograph: Getty Images

The world’s 62 wealthiest individuals now own the same as the poorest half of the global population, according to a new report on wealth inequality pu(...)

Overall, the research found that the average full-time salary for working women is $11,102 a year (€10,400) - approximately half the male average of $20,554 (€19,222)

Ireland has ranked fifth out of 145 countries in terms of closing the gender gap, according to a new report published on Thursday. Research from the (...)

Ethiopian Airlines has been selected to join the World Economic Forum’s Global Growth companies for 2015

Lufthansa first to trial new high speed in-flight internet access Deutsche Telecom and satellite company Inmarsat has announced a strategic partnershi(...)

Data from the Networked Readiness Index suggests that the gap between the best and worst performing economies is widening

Ireland has been ranked 25th out of 143 economies in a new study that ranks countries on their ability to exploit information and communication techno(...)

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