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Ewan MacKenna Low attendance at club finals highlights the GAA’s  apathy to the club game

Ewan MacKenna Low attendance at club finals highlights the GAA’s apathy to the club game

By some industry estimates, around 140,000 adult tourists crushed their way into Dublin last Tuesday, looking to entangle themselves with anything Irish – be it as ludicrous as leprechauns or obvious as Guinness. That same day, a 20-minute walk away,

Yahoo to shut its China office

Yahoo to shut its China office

Hundreds of workers will lose their jobs after it emerged last week that Yahoo is pulling the plug on its office in China.

New this week

New this week

Tiger opens in Sligo town

The Sunday Interview: Peter Smyth

The Sunday Interview: Peter Smyth

Broadlake’s Pete Smyth kitted out the company’s offices without the aid of a designer, buying secondhand couches and salvaged Croke Park benches – appropriate for a company whose watchword is prudence

Nintendo announces mobile gaming plans

Nintendo announces mobile gaming plans

Nintendo has announced plans to develop new games for smartphones, after striking a deal with Japanese mobiale gaming company DeNA. The move marks the latest chapter for Nintendo, which can traces its origins back to 1889 when Fusajiro Yamauchi began

Ballymaloe links up with Tesco in €500,000 deal

Ballymaloe links up with Tesco in €500,000 deal

Cork-based food firm Ballymaloe is valuing a contract to supply Tesco’s British stores at €500,000 over nine months.

Profile: Evan Spiegel

Profile: Evan Spiegel

Frats, chats and huge piles of cash

Time to face the ‘pain in the gain’

Time to face the ‘pain in the gain’

Comment: Those who have sought to avoid tax still have time to settle the matter without penalties or publication

Banks prepare for tug of war

Banks prepare for tug of war

Mortgage debt is still a big issue for banks, but they are also drawing the battle lines to win new business

Osborne borrowing from Irish budgets

Osborne borrowing from Irish budgets

It was the case that what happened in Britain would happen here – but not now

Dell employees embrace support of Daffodil Day

Dell employees embrace support of Daffodil Day

On Friday, March 27, Dell Ireland’s in-house band, the Daffodells, will be rocking out at the company’s Cherrywood campus in Dublin, as one of a number of fundraising events the company is hosting for Daffodil Day.

Inside Track

Inside Track

Tune into positive mental health with Upbeat On Air

Mr Saturday Night: D’Arcy could boost RTE’s coffers

Mr Saturday Night: D’Arcy could boost RTE’s coffers

Increase in ad revenue expected from changing of the guard

Things looking up for Classic Hits 4FM after difficult times

Things looking up for Classic Hits 4FM after difficult times

The Dublin-based station has endured some difficulties since launching in the middle of a recession, but its chief executive Sean Ashmore now feels much more upbeat about the future. Colette Sexton reports

The Sunday Interview: Dermot Smurfit

The Sunday Interview: Dermot Smurfit

Smurfit is a father of seven. His son, Dermot Junior, is chief executive of GameAccount Network, a software company specialising in the gambling trade that is growing rapidly.