The controversial TTIP proposal has been three years in the making.
The national award is now in its fourth year and eight professionals have made the shortlist.
They may be cute and cuddly, but dogs are a problem for health inspectors.
When you’re building a company, you eventually need to learn to trust in your own judgement.
Bluedrop Medical has raised €600,000 and is eyeing up more funding within a year.
Dublin City Council has voted for a 250m ban – but the man behind the move wants to go further still.
Legendary food critic John McKenna explains how he has kept his business afloat as the guidebook trade dies.
The majority of the money is tied to Ireland’s sovereign-wealth fund.
This first-time founder says he wildly underestimated how long it would take to build a profitable company.
The Irish healthcare giant has reportedly made a €15 million bid for Barringtons private clinic.
The company had been fighting a costly battle for market share in China.
The newly shared data is likely to prove a valuable commodity for the world’s largest social network.
Former stablemate PayPal says it needs the space to expand its business.
Why has this story been stuck at the departure gate for so long?
One of Zenith Insurance’s local underwriting agents said high claims were behind the withdrawal.
Increases in excise on petrol, diesel and alcohol have also been flagged to make up the shortfall.
The transatlantic dogfight over multinationals’ profit-shifting continues to heat up.
Ireland’s system for employee share incentives is in need of an overhaul.
Boeing has described the technology as a ‘game-changer’.