Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan is editor of Connected and technology correspondent 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.

The Sunday Interview: Shane Long

The Sunday Interview: Shane Long

Shane Long, founder of the Franciscan Well Brewery, believes that there is room for a hundred craft breweries in Ireland

Editor's Letter: Emmet Ryan

Editor's Letter: Emmet Ryan

A touch of perspective

News: Oxfam selling discount iPads

News: Oxfam selling discount iPads

Oxfam Ireland has introduced the iPad 2 to its Born Again range of affordable and refurbished computers available online and in Oxfam shops.

News: Ergo wins big

News: Ergo wins big

John Purdy was named the winner of the Ernst and Young Industry Entrepreneur of the Year award in Dublin last month.

SPORTS COLUMN: LeBron's return won't be spoiled by a sloppy start

SPORTS COLUMN: LeBron's return won't be spoiled by a sloppy start

After four long years, the King came home.

Business of Sport: On the Spot

Business of Sport: On the Spot

Back a bank holiday banker

Logicalis to grow workforce as part of €1 million investment

Logicalis to grow workforce as part of €1 million investment

IT services provider Logicalis is adding ten new jobs in Dublin as part of an investment worth more than €1 million in its Irish operations.

Grasp the mettle: tagging players to get ahead

Grasp the mettle: tagging players to get ahead

Irish sports tech businesses are getting a boost as athletes seek to gain a technical edge

Consulting firm Integrity Solutions to create 18 new jobs in Dublin

Consulting firm Integrity Solutions to create 18 new jobs in Dublin

Irish IT consulting firm Integrity Solutions is creating 18 new jobs in Dublin and a further four in Britain.

Can demographics bring Liam McCarthy to Dublin?

Can demographics bring Liam McCarthy to Dublin?

Tonight sees a club based out of Tymon Park compete in the Dublin senior hurling final — but not the one that was a regular participant in the decider since the foundation of the GAA.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Little Things That Kill, Price: €3.90, Availability: select off-licences.

Making learning fun

Making learning fun

Emmet Ryan presents the best gadgets and devices for parents seeking to introduce their children to the world of technology.

We're still calling it the Ken right?

We're still calling it the Ken right?

The long, really, really long, and often boring saga over European Rugby finally gets back to the part that matters tonight.

Craft beer boon from Budget 2015

Craft beer boon from Budget 2015

Craft breweries will benefit from an expansion of the limit for excise relief from 20 hectolitres to 30 hectolitres.

Jobs boost for recruitment firm as economy looks up

Jobs boost for recruitment firm as economy looks up

Specialist recruitment firm Next Generation is to add 20 new jobs, primarily in its data science division at its offices in Dublin.