Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Tensions with Zuckerberg blamed for Instagram duo's exit

Tensions with Zuckerberg blamed for Instagram duo's exit

Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, who have been at the company since Instagram’s acquisition by Facebook in 2012, are said to have been frustrated by an increase in day-to-day involvement by Zuckerberg

Clinical trial results must be made public

Clinical trial results must be made public

If clinical trial results aren’t registered, then we have no way of knowing if patients are getting appropriate treatment

Tenants sought for retail hub in Clonmel

Tenants sought for retail hub in Clonmel

The street links onto Gladstone Street, Kickham Street and Emmet Street, and adjoins the IMC multiscreen cinema which generates a high volume of footfall. A public car park with 190 spaces is also close by

Harold’s Cross opportunity for €3 million

Harold’s Cross opportunity for €3 million

The lands are zoned 'sustainable residential neighbourhoods' and so offer a development opportunity in a mature residential location in south Dublin city centre

Industrial unit in Sandyford guiding at €800,000

Industrial unit in Sandyford guiding at €800,000

The property comprises a concrete portal frame with concrete block infill walls, a redbrick outer leaf on the front elevation and dash rendering on the side and rear elevations

Large south Co Dublin site on offer for €35m

Large south Co Dublin site on offer for €35m

Brennanstown, which is available in one or more lots, has extensive frontage on to the Brennanstown Road and extends as far south as the Luas Green line at Laughanstown

Cities see surge in student accommodation sector

Cities see surge in student accommodation sector

The purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) sector has evolved from a small number of early participants, backed by private funding, to a fast-growing segment of the Irish real estate market

On the market

On the market

Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer

The race of his life: Eddie Jordan

The race of his life: Eddie Jordan

Motorsport was a drug for Jordan. His harking back to it and his ongoing TV work suggest he’s nowhere near ready to go cold turkey yet

When the SDLP made waves down South

When the SDLP made waves down South

If Fianna Fáil does merge with the SDLP - or even subsume it - it will almost certainly mean an end to a Northern party that once enjoyed wide support in the Republic

Rocket man: Lessons we can learn from Elon Musk

Rocket man: Lessons we can learn from Elon Musk

Elon Musk, the entrepreneur behind Tesla, PayPal and SpaceX is one of the world’s most colourful and innovative billionaires. Last week, he announced plans to send a Japanese billionaire on a trip around the moon with a group of artists.

New this week

New this week

TenderScout wins SME contract in Lithuania A Dublin tendering solutions provider has won a contra...

Managing the risk of fintech

Managing the risk of fintech

There are three areas that throw up both challenges and opportunities: blockchain, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and PSD2 (Revised Payment Service Directive), the new EU financial regulations that came into effect this year.

Seeking solutions to age-old problems

Seeking solutions to age-old problems

The National Pensions Summit explored the future of pensions in Ireland and examined how the changing nature of work is affecting our attitudes to saving

Budget 2019: The lowdown on paid parental leave

Budget 2019: The lowdown on paid parental leave

There has been significant legislative activity this year in the area of family- friendly employm...