After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.
The event will feature many of the world’s top companies, like Microsoft, Tesla and Amazon.
The so-called WEEE directive is great for the environment, but firms across Ireland have to comply.
Firemole is the branchild of electrician Seán Ó Tuama.
Ian Jackson recently sold his business, Pure Power, to US giant Kohler.
Palmer Luckey was the subject of a $500m lawsuit that claimed his company stole trade secrets.
The company will use part of the funding to open a supply chain in Hong Kong.
Letterkenny-based DroneSAR wants to develop the ‘go-to app’ for rescue groups.
But Sean Mitchell says the chip designer will be hiring ‘a lot’ of people in Ireland.
Helixworks, backed by one of Ireland’s top investors, is unveiling a machine to convert files into genetic code.
Well, Bill Gates thinks so.
With 500 redundancies coming from July, the region is bracing for the fallout.
Up to 500 job losses were announced at the firm today.
The company said it is likely that close to 500 jobs will be lost over the next year.
The social networking giant paid more than $2 billion for the company in 2014.
The industry is tipped to be worth $1 billion this year – and it seems like everyone wants a piece.
Ahti Heinla says his on-demand robot delivery business will help small businesses compete.
Cheaper technology has put VR in reach of many more firms.
The company, set up by the ‘Willy Wonka of energy’, reportedly raised €23m from investors.
As part of our How My Business Works series we profile Dublin technology company Cubic Telecom.