Brian O’Sullivan is plotting the protein bar company’s expansion after investment from US giant Hershey.
Drivers and traditional companies have been thinking on their feet to keep up with new apps.
The Irish tax system is waving goodbye to paperwork, as all its processes become digitised.
Bean-bags and ping pong tables aren’t much consolation if people don’t feel valued.
Finland’s Prime Minister has proposed a shorter workweek, but it may not suit every business model.
Increased trade doesn’t quite match economic growth, as consumers habits continue to evolve.
The results are in, the readers have spoken.
Here’s how Irish businesses are embracing an evolving workplace.
From Intel to Coillte, the State Papers show the foundation of modern Ireland.
AI, edge computing and drones: It’s going to be an interesting new year.
The semi-state is just getting started as it plots its long-term plan.
Co-founder Ronan Quinlan thinks Ireland can lead the way in precision tech for e-scooters and much more.
Siún Ní Raghallaigh on how the Limerick-based studio is adapting in an evolving TV and film landscape.
With tech’s rapid development, are we really at the mercy of machines or is it all just hype?
The state is looking to phase out oil and gas exploration, but is it a good idea?
The wave energy industry has potential, but it won’t all be plain sailing.
We take a closer look at some of the projects being backed by the government’s disruptive tech fund.
From open plan to old-style cubicles, layout can have a big impact on how people interact.
A recent UK survey suggests that accent bias could still exist in the workplace.
In a cashless society, one duo have conceived an alternative to the charity box.