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.

So you want to learn to fish

So you want to learn to fish

A sport that requires participants to have the patience of chess grand masters. What it is:

ESB in major deal with GAA

ESB in major deal with GAA

The ESB is about to announce a major new deal with the GAAto sponsor the All-Ireland minor hurling and football championships.

Start-up firms can win E100,000 in capital

Start-up firms can win E100,000 in capital

A start-up business could win a E100,000 injection of capital in an all-Ireland business competition.

Archive puts Irish history and heritage on the map

Archive puts Irish history and heritage on the map

Malachy McVeight Company: Ordnance Survey of Ireland Position: Senior operations manager Location: Dublin

Ukrainian given E33k in permit row

Ukrainian given E33k in permit row

A Ukrainian employee at a north Dublin cleaning company has be en awarded €33,600 by the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) following a dispute over a work permit.

Helping hand for back-to-school bother

Helping hand for back-to-school bother

John Cunningham decided to set up the website schoolbooks.ie after remembering the hassle of buying books and stationery for school when he was younger.

300 entries expected at Seedcorn

300 entries expected at Seedcorn

The organisers of a €230,000 competition for start-up businesses have said they expect 300 companies to enter this year.

Irish providers tempt customers with promotional discounts

Irish providers tempt customers with promotional discounts

Irish broadband providers have introduced a series of promotional discounts in an effort to tempt business customers.

Broader offerings

Broader offerings

The entry of new broadband providers such as Smart Telecom and Imagine has heated up the Irish broadband market.

Dynamic take on phone charges

Dynamic take on phone charges

Brendan Moran decided to set up MinuteBuyer five years ago to “bridge the gap" between what businesses paid for telephone and internet charges and the cost-price of those services.