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A coup for stroke treatment as Perfuze raises €3m seed funding

A coup for stroke treatment as Perfuze raises €3m seed funding

Trilogy to provide secure IT for €60m loans in credit union deal

Trilogy to provide secure IT for €60m loans in credit union deal

OSSM takes Labquip up into the cloud in six-figure deal

OSSM takes Labquip up into the cloud in six-figure deal

Food tech entrepreneur builds firm from leftovers of takeover deal

Food tech entrepreneur builds firm from leftovers of takeover deal

Genesis of jewellery range is a rather curious tail

Genesis of jewellery range is a rather curious tail

Wearable Biology’s jewellery wins Emer Roberts accessory designer of the year award

Software start-up taking automated recruitment to Britain and Poland

Software start-up taking automated recruitment to Britain and Poland

Kerry duo brew up a  refreshing success story

Kerry duo brew up a refreshing success story

‘Stay at it. Opportunities will present themselves when you least expect it’

‘Stay at it. Opportunities will present themselves when you least expect it’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Jonathan Rockett of Ding

Will legislating the gig economy stifle employment?

Will legislating the gig economy stifle employment?

Alleged breaches of a new employment law will be contested by employers claiming to be nothing of the kind

Firms must do more to get staff and keep them

Firms must do more to get staff and keep them

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Tiernan: slashing of regional coverage was why I left RTÉ

Tiernan: slashing of regional coverage was why I left RTÉ

After more than two decades in Montrose, south-east correspondent Damien Tiernan quit in frustration at the station’s downsizing of regional content

How the ad agencies blew it

How the ad agencies blew it

Media buyers were sitting pretty on a commission of 15 per cent, until someone had the bright idea of shrinking that to beat the competition

Gillian Nelis on Business

Gillian Nelis on Business

Chat show king Norton jumps into the gin bubble

Stephen Kinsella on policy response

Stephen Kinsella on policy response

The second policy response to fast-paced changes in the nature of work and its attendant rise in earnings inequality is to set up a universal basic income programme. This is money everyone gets transferred into their bank account every month, regardless of their age or income level. Think of it as child benefit, but for everyone.