Will Ireland’s Election 2020 follow the political maxim that it’s ‘the economy, stupid’?
'It's the evolving nature of capitalism, it can't just be about profit': Meet the man helping scale social entrepreneurship with ChangeX
Alongside Niamh McKenna, Paul O’Hara is pioneering a new tech-driven way to spread social innovations.
Business leaders give their take on the innovations, ideas and tech that could influence the next decade.
Irish business leaders give their take on the influential innovations, ideas and tech that shaped the decade.
Dan Fox swapped the stage for the law library, now he is transforming the legal trade with Johnson Hana.
'It's not enough to just recycle coffee cups': John Beckett is helping Irish tech fight climate change
The serial entrepreneur and ChannelSight founder is branching out into forestry to get tech to go green.
Peter Keeling took the Belfast company public in March and is changing testing for precision medicine.
Hotels mourn a missed opportunity, brewers raise a Paschal Pilsner but mostly it’s about Brexit.
Flutter Entertainment plans to merge with The Stars Group, creating a global betting giant.
The payments giant founded by the Irish duo will use the capital to fuel its international expansion.
Multinationals are transforming the local jobs market.
The national figure edged up slightly to 13.3%, according to a new report.
Flutter Entertainment, through American unit FanDuel, is hoping to get ahead of rivals in the budding market.
The government is looking at whether a right to disconnect from work emails would function in Ireland.
Moody’s says Ireland’s economy is in good shape but faces risks with Brexit, trade wars and tax changes.
Donagh Molloy and Hugh Scully revived the dying craft in Ireland as spinning the black circle is back in vogue.
The lender is being supported by the State’s Ireland Strategic Investment Fund
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe set out the deal or no-deal scenarios as Ireland braces for Brexit.
Since taking the reins in 2009, Andrew Day has helped the company level up in the gaming industry.
Mathieu Proust, the boss of WeWork in Britain and Ireland, on building a community in Dublin