Kainos chief executive Brendan Mooney

Kainos, the Belfast-based provider of digital services and platforms, has announced a multi-million pound research and development (R&D) mobile te(...)

Bazaarvoice director of software engineering Paul Hill, Invest Northern Ireland chief executive Alastair Hamilton and Bazaarvoice executive vice-president of engineering Gary Allison.

An American software company which helps brands and retailers to better connect with their customers is to create a new European base in Northern Irel(...)

Alastair Hamilton, Invest NI,  with Rob McCollum, Redline Trading Solutions, during a visit to the company in Massachusetts

Redline Trading Solutions, a Boston-headquartered company that provides fintech services to global investment banks and brokers, is establishing a new(...)

Suzanne Willmott, director and centre lead, Pearson Finance Services

The education and publishing company Pearson has established a finance services centre in Belfast which it expects will create 300 jobs. The new cent(...)

Unosquare  chief executive Mike Barrett, Invest Northern Ireland chief executive Alastair Hamilton and  Unosquare president Giancarlo di Vece.

An American software development company is to locate its first engineering centre outside of the US and Mexico in Northern Ireland in an investment e(...)

The fallout from Brexit has many in Northern Ireland – from indigenous firms to inward investors – questioning just what the local landscape will look like when the UK does eventually leave the EU. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Brexit or no Brexit, it is business as usual for the chief executive of Invest NI as he heads to the United States this week to tell American companie(...)

Microsoft is on the hunt for “great talent and innovation” this week in Northern Ireland as part of its Greenshoots programme

Grumbling parents complaining about the price of high-tech Christmas presents for their off-spring might like to re-think the cost of the outlay follo(...)

A computer generated image of the proposed new Titanic Quarter offices. Subject to planning permission it is anticipated that the building will open in autumn 2015, accommodating a further 2,000 workers in the area.

Titanic Quarter Limited has lodged a full planning application for major new offices which are portrayed as the “largest new commercial development” p(...)

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