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.

Bord Bia to invest €10m to push beef

Bord Bia to invest €10m to push beef

Bord Bia has announced a three-year plan to invest €10 million in promoting Irish beef in the European Union.

GPA fights GAA players' corner

GPA fights GAA players' corner

By the usual standards of trade unions, the demands of the Gaelic Players' Association (GPA) are tame.

Metro freesheet due within next two weeks

Metro freesheet due within next two weeks

Associated Newspapers is to launch its new Metro freesheet in Dublin within two weeks, with 60,000 copies to be printed daily.

Scouts to invest €10m in centre

Scouts to invest €10m in centre

Scouting Ireland plans to invest €10 million in a camping and outdoor activity centre on a 103-acre estate in Co Cavan.

Reading the market right

Reading the market right

After 15 years in business, Liz Meldon's bookshop in Dundrum in Dublin was forced to make way for the new Dundrum Town Centre development.

Bulmers pours funds into comedy festival

Bulmers pours funds into comedy festival

Bulmers is pumping €500,000 into sponsorship and advertising for the Dublin Comedy festival, which begins tomorrow.

Novelty images for young and old

Novelty images for young and old

Charles Dwyer got an early start in business when, aged just 16, he helped his father set up an engraving company.

Yoga and meditation for busy professionals

Yoga and meditation for busy professionals

Ciara Cronin set up the Yoga Room to offer people a more professional approach to yoga.

Dublin 6 remains a sought-after location

Dublin 6 remains a sought-after location

The popularity of Dublin 6 as a location shows no sign of abating, with 164 properties in the area going under the hammer so far this year.

A busy year for Wicklow auctions

A busy year for Wicklow auctions

It has been a relatively busy year so far for auction sales in Co Wicklow, with a number of properties in Bray, Greystones, Delgany, Enniskerry and Ashford going under the hammer.

Strong auction results illustrate top-end recovery

Strong auction results illustrate top-end recovery

The suburbs of Dalkey and Killiney were among the most badly affected by the slump seen at the upper end of the market at the end of 2001, but the auction results seen in these areas so far this year illustrate the extent to which they have recovered

Indian restaurant businesses booming

Indian restaurant businesses booming

Indian restaurants are among the most buoyant in the industry with more than 450 outlets nationwide and a combined turnover of €100 million.

Iona looks to partnerships for profit

Iona looks to partnerships for profit

Irish software firm Iona Technologies plans to return to profit by expanding its partnership network.

Newspaper with Falun Gong links launched

Newspaper with Falun Gong links launched

A newspaper with links to Chinese spiritual movement Falun Gong has been launched in Ireland.

Holiday clinic: An adventurous break from work

Holiday clinic: An adventurous break from work

Brian (28). A month-long adventure holiday. THE CANDIDATES: THE CHALLENGE: