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Google has agreed to pay 481.5 million Australian dollars to the Australian Tax Office in a major win for the agency in its battle to force big techno(...)

Alison Campbell, director of Knowledge Transfer Ireland, with Paul O’Toole, chief executive of the  Higher Education Authority: “Externalising research is increasingly relevant to companies. It allows them to access skills and resources they don’t have in-house.” Photograph: Paul Sherwood

Innovation has always been a prized commodity in business, and for many companies based in Ireland, it is an essential part of sustaining growth. Inno(...)

Sinead Lonergan: “We crossed the €1bn  mark in sales to France for the first time in 2018”

Enterprise Ireland, the Government agency which helps Irish firms to export, will open an office in Lyon, its second in France, on Wednesday, as Brexi(...)

Timothy McGrath  will represent Ireland at the International Science and Engineering Fair in California next May. Photograph: Keith Arkins

A student who developed a biofilter to combat “dead zones” in oceans and freshwater, has been named overall winner of SciFest 2019. Timothy McGrath, (...)

Martin Curran, founder and MD  of Ermen Systems: ‘By identifying and combining smart ideas we can provide tailor-made solutions that are future-proofed and offer reduced running costs’

Not all new business ideas start with a big eureka moment. Sometimes they evolve as an opportunity unfolds, and this is exactly how Athlone-based gree(...)

Unlike the finger-prick test used by people with diabetes, there is no need to draw blood using the Freestyle Libre device. Photograph:  iStock

Thousands of adults with type 1 diabetes will have to wait until next year to find out whether the HSE is prepared to lift restrictions on them access(...)

Companies are attempting to atone for past environmental mistakes and build a more sustainable future while still growing their business. Photograph: iStock

Until very recently, the words sustainability and big business did not even belong in the same lexicon, let alone the same sentence. Yet the two are n(...)

Allergan: together with Abbvie, it  employs more than 2,300 people in Ireland.

Abbvie’s $63 billion approach for Allergan is just the latest episode in what can be a generally bewildering cycle of making and remaking of businesse(...)

Agent Knight Frank is guiding a price in excess of €1.4 million for a 9.68 acre site in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, zoned for the delivery of new homes. T(...)

 Aoife McGivney (right) launches the Irish Heart Foundation’s free CPR training programme with Tim Collins, CEO of the charity. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

More than 100,000 people across Ireland are to be trained to treat heart attack victims under a new community training programme. The programme, whic(...)

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