Tools of the trade: Burren Smokehouse co-founder Birgitta Hedin-Curtin talks fish smoking as art.
The traditional burger isn’t going anywhere, but food businesses are capitalising on the rise of alternatives.
Meet Rory O’Connor, the man building Wexford company Scurri into a major player in ecommerce tech.
A no-deal is less likely, but the economic storm clouds are still gathering
Why an Australian giant has snapped up the Trim-based payment business
Tools of the trade: Legacy and PepTalk founder Bernard Brogan talks ambition on and off the pitch.
Global financiers flocked to Ireland’s climate finance week. The health of the planet topped the agenda.
Big corporates are upping their parental benefits amid a shift towards balancing family responsibilities.
Tools of the Trade: Co-founder of VOYA skincare, Mark Walton, talks recession and fly-fishing.
As Ireland keeps missing its emission targets, the electricity sector is undergoing a major shift.
The company is planning to more than double its headcount as it expands rapidly.
The company built a peer-to-peer platform for sharing high-end photography and film equipment.
Tools of the Trade: Gym chain founder Ben Dunne talks stress, re-grouping and his brain.
Tools of the Trade: John Farrelly, managing director of Propeller, talks dogs and resilience.
The C&C-owned beer maker will test its drinks in London.
GoMo is offering a deal of ‘all texts, all calls, all data’ for €9.99 for its first round of customers.
Tools of the trade: Boy+Girls co-founder Patrick Meade also talks about relaxing his no-dogs policy.
AIB’s survey of SMEs suggests a lack of certainty when it comes to practical planning.
Ann Murray talks about segueing from food to beauty and back again.
Aside from Brexit, the climate emergency was a big priority in this year’s budget announcement.