Aaron Rogan

Aaron Rogan

RTÉ rules out selling Montrose in cutbacks

RTÉ rules out selling Montrose in cutbacks

The national broadcaster is finalising a review of all its practices with a view to cutting back its budget

Vodafone chief told Varadkar: US Huawei ban is a risk to economy

Vodafone chief told Varadkar: US Huawei ban is a risk to economy

Anne O’Leary wrote to the Taoiseach soon after the US President’s executive order banning the Chinese firm’s equipment in May

Top Quinn executives hire extra security in wake of Lunney attack

Top Quinn executives hire extra security in wake of Lunney attack

Company figures also call for Gardaí to be given resources to fully probe campaign of violence

Video game coders form union to combat 80-hour work weeks

Video game coders form union to combat 80-hour work weeks

Developer Ellen Cunningham said she had approached the Financial Services Union, which typically deals with bank and credit union staff, to form an Irish chapter of a global movement of video games workers to associate

Google wants government to help fight ‘techlash’

Google wants government to help fight ‘techlash’

Senior vice-president for global affairs Kent Walker told The Sunday Business Post Google would continue to participate in discussions on regulation of its services, but that political leaders needed to promote the benefits of technology as well

Broadcast of Limerick dog race dropped over betting concerns

Broadcast of Limerick dog race dropped over betting concerns

The Irish Greyhound Board was warned by Sports Information Services last year that the sport has 'high-profile integrity problems' and this was an impediment to selling its services outside Ireland

Hundreds turn out to support QIH owners

Hundreds turn out to support QIH owners

It was not the first time people had rallied in support of the business, but this time the mood was different

The attacks on QIH: The timeline

The attacks on QIH: The timeline

2011 April 14: businessman Sean Quinn and his family are locked out of their former businesses an...

Fear and loathing on the border

Fear and loathing on the border

Last week’s abduction and torture of Quinn Industrial Holdings director Kevin Lunney is believed to have been timed to cause maximum disruption to the business

Call for changes to law after civil servant leaves to take lobbying job at Facebook

Call for changes to law after civil servant leaves to take lobbying job at Facebook

Dualta Ó Broin can lobby his former department in his new role at the US social media giant

Amazon’s Irish staff join climate protest for zero emissions

Amazon’s Irish staff join climate protest for zero emissions

The first significant organisation by employees at the web retail giant will include a walkout by more than 1,000 staff around the world on Friday

Betting tax hike will ‘force more bookmakers to close’

Betting tax hike will ‘force more bookmakers to close’

There have been 26 closures since the increase in January, and there were ten between the announcement last October and the end of 2018

Pressure mounts on Grealish over his ‘sponger’ criticisms of Africans

Pressure mounts on Grealish over his ‘sponger’ criticisms of Africans

Irish Refugee Council seeks meeting with Galway West TD in wake of controversial remarks

Huge blow for Cork traders as fire closes Douglas Village until the summer of 2020

Huge blow for Cork traders as fire closes Douglas Village until the summer of 2020

Blaze was caused by a parked vehicle in the shopping centre’s car park two weeks ago

McEniffs seek recordings from O’Doherty in defamation case

McEniffs seek recordings from O’Doherty in defamation case

Gemma O’Doherty will be asked to share the unedited recordings of interviews she conducted with two gardaí for a documentary