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Telecoms steel supplier makes connections in the Middle East

Telecoms steel supplier makes connections in the Middle East

Medical device aims to curb chemo hair loss ‘Hard lesson’ learned from previous venture

Medical device aims to curb chemo hair loss ‘Hard lesson’ learned from previous venture

The medtech company with a nose for business

The medtech company with a nose for business

Done Deal

Done Deal

Increasing numbers are prepared to stump up for online services, which bodes well for those trying to make a digital living

Increasing numbers are prepared to stump up for online services, which bodes well for those trying to make a digital living

We all love free stuff on the internet, but for much of it to survive, we have to find a way to pay the people who produce it, writes Willie O'Reilly

Ireland is a perfect fit for Fitbit’s media ops

Ireland is a perfect fit for Fitbit’s media ops

A deal with UM will see wearable devices company Fitbit’s EMEA media account being run exclusively from Dublin

Fianna Fáil TDs secure pledge from Britain on co-owned Rosslare port

Fianna Fáil TDs secure pledge from Britain on co-owned Rosslare port

Rosslare port is part of the government’s Brexit plans, with a four-acre site purchased to provide additional facilities for trucks and customs clearance posts

Maverick genius with a taste for hard work

Maverick genius with a taste for hard work

Ian Hyland on the career of retail giant Arthur Ryan

We need to put people before profits in our planning policy

We need to put people before profits in our planning policy

Proper planning and development have been replaced by the ill-defined notion of ‘viability’ and the results can be seen all around us in the form of lower standards and spiralling rents

Casino group gambling on stakes warning

Casino group gambling on stakes warning

A casino lobby group which warned that addicts would be at risk if the government legalised €10 bets includes members who operate illegally and allow stakes of up to €250

‘Optimism bias’ fading in North as reality bites

‘Optimism bias’ fading in North as reality bites

A no-deal Brexit will be catastrophic for the North, where 40,000 jobs are likely to be lost, but neither Johnson nor Hunt appear to be concerned

State pumps €4.7m into studies for oil, gas sectors

State pumps €4.7m into studies for oil, gas sectors

The funding was provided to the Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences, which works in partnership with several Irish universities and 150 researchers

Cork mobile app founders in line for €5 million windfall

Cork mobile app founders in line for €5 million windfall

Inhance Technology has developed a mobile diagnostics app that allows users to get a trade-in value for their handset and sell it

Bamboo adds Galway to its menu

Bamboo adds Galway to its menu

Eatery app lines up European foray

State investment fund Isif to sink bulk of cash into housing and climate change projects

State investment fund Isif to sink bulk of cash into housing and climate change projects

The state’s investment fund has pumped almost €300 million into housing schemes, businesses and climate change projects so far this year