Launched just two years ago, iD Mobile has been losing millions of euros.
The company wants to roll out a ‘stationless’ bike scheme across the city.
Backers demanded he step down as CEO as the company faces pressure to reform its culture.
The local authority warned the public that BleeperBike didn’t have its consent to operate.
The change has been hailed as ‘one of the most tangible successes of the EU’.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based taxi company Lynk.
After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.
The cleaning-services company was bought for over €30 million in 2015.
The company is on the hunt for a new finance boss as it bleeds money.
Vodafone, Eir and Sky all face possible fines from the communications watchdog.
The service has run into problems after its ‘unprecedented’ changeover.
Eamon Leonard has unveiled Cohort – an app that makes it easier to ask for a favour.
A key advisor to the European Court of Justice said the firm should be treated as a transport company.
After being let go three times in two years, this former phone shop owner is back running his own business.
The criticisms follow the release of ComReg’s five-year strategy.
The social networking site is again going after Snapchat with the move.
After investing thousands in flight training, this entrepreneur launched a medical startup.
The online payments firm has acquired startup advice site Indie Hackers.
The company says changing the well-known name will be a challenge.
Social media sites were the beneficiaries of the biggest increases.