Cork-based firm OneLook Systems plans first US office in global rollout
Former Dublin Gaelic football manager Tommy Lyons was an early investor in the software company
RTÉ defends failure to mark content from universities as sponsored
The articles came about as a result of the Brainstorm project, which involves seven universities which have each paid €37,000 to be included
Cash for Hope: Ireland's medical crowdfunding phenomenon
Irish people have given over €15 million to GoFundMe campaigns raising money for potentially life-saving treatments that are too alternative, experimental or new to qualify for funding from the HSE. We hear the stories from patients and families - and explore whether some of these therapies are worth the money.
New influx of overseas fraudsters deepens our insurance crisis
Aviva Ireland, one of the country’s largest insurers, has dealt with 50 cases of suspected insurance fraud committed by people travelling from Britain in the last three years alone
Doctors report being stonewalled on abortion services
Funding was sought last January by the doctors’ representative group to help fund termination of pregnancy (TOP) training for doctors, as many doctors have had little experience of providing this service
Salesforce holds its first basecamp event at Dublin’s Convention Centre
Although the Dublin office has been here for nearly 20 years and was one of the first international locations for the tech company, it was the firm’s first conference event in the capital
Gadget Watch: Slick looks, but you get what you pay for
Nokia's latest smartphone is governed by Google’s operating system, with a button on the side to summon Google Assistant
Insurance, uncovered: Firms warn of 'existential threat'
Insurers blame high costs on fraudulent claims and the judicial system. Will the new Judicial Council Bill be able to cap insurance costs and stem the tide of endangered businesses?
Penalties on quarterly and half-yearly renewals of motor tax worth €48m
50 per cent of all payments of motor tax in the country were paid on a quarterly basis in 2018
Large increase in sex offences not just due to more reporting, say rape crisis centres
Over the past four years, there has been a 55 per cent increase in the number of reported sexual offences – from 2,086 in the first quarter of 2015 to 3,231 in the first quarter of this year
Doctors warn medicinal cannabis access may lead to legalisation
Group calls for clearer guidance from Medical Council on monitoring after launch of pilot programme
Surgeon offers to improve HSE’s transgender service
Dr Sidhbh Gallagher, who has been living and working in Indiana for the past 12 years, last month attended a new steering committee with the HSE to improve services for people with gender identity issues