Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan is editor of Connected and a business & technology reporter with the Sunday Business Post. Ryan is also the beer and betting columnist along with hosting our successful Connected podcast. In 2009, he was named Journalist of the Year at the IIA NetVisionary Awards and won the Alumni Choice award at the 2014 Business Journalist Awards.

Host Ireland to create ten new jobs in Dublin by year end

Host Ireland to create ten new jobs in Dublin by year end

Dublin-based broadband provider Host Ireland is to create ten new jobs before the end of 2014.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Dublin the best bet for a football win

Leinster seeks Euro 15m for RDS naming rights

Leinster seeks Euro 15m for RDS naming rights

Leinster Rugby will seek Euro 15 million sponsorship over 10 years for the naming rights to the RDS to pay for redevelopments to the stadium.

The Spread: Last chance to make money on the World Cup

The Spread: Last chance to make money on the World Cup

There have been shootouts, slaughters and snorefests, but finally the 2014 World Cup is coming to a close.

Editors Letter: keep it sharp for summer

Editors Letter: keep it sharp for summer

This month sees part two of our special look at how technology is changing sports.

News: Big Red joins start-up sponsors

News: Big Red joins start-up sponsors

Big Red Cloud is sponsoring the Innovative Start-up Category at the National Start-up Awards 2014.

Advocacy group Beoir wants sunset clause on minimum drink pricing

Advocacy group Beoir wants sunset clause on minimum drink pricing

Consumer advocacy group Beoir has called for the government to include a ''sunset clause in proposed legislation to introduce a minimum price on alcohol.

China Business Summit: Chinese market demands time and effort

China Business Summit: Chinese market demands time and effort

Irish businesses need to take a genuine interest in order to succeed in the Chinese market.

ICT in Sport: Sporting statistics to keep fans up to speed

ICT in Sport: Sporting statistics to keep fans up to speed

Analytics in sports can do far more than improve elite performance: they're a way to help build up from the grass roots and improve the fan experience.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Kinnegar Otway. Price: €3.59. Availability: select off-licences.

ICT in Sport: Every second counts

ICT in Sport: Every second counts

There are few sports that test the body like a triathlon, and those at the top are using IT to run, cycle, and swim smarter.

News: HP has the resources of a battleship while moving like a speedboat'

News: HP has the resources of a battleship while moving like a speedboat'

HP is back, proclaimed Bill Veghte, vice-president of HP enterprise group, at the company's recent convention in Las Vegas.

Travel apps get smart

Travel apps get smart

For Irish holidaymakers, the smartphone has replaced every guide book and unwieldy map that used to be standard fare while travelling.

ICT in Sport: The code for success

ICT in Sport: The code for success

In the second part of our special look at how technology is changing sport, Emmet Ryan speaks with former Dublin GAA analyst Ray Boyne.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Rebels can take the Kingdom