Niall is the Founder of IrishCentral as well as of Irish America Magazine and the Irish Voice Newspaper. He is also responsible for publishing IrishCentral.com community newspaper and The Irish Emigrant newspaper, in Boston.
He founded the Wall Street 50 awards, the Top 100 Irish Americans, the Business 100 and more recently the Top 50 Women in Business and the Irish Legal 100 awards.
Niall was awarded an honorary doctorate by University College Dublin for his work on the Irish peace process, which was a subject of a book, "Daring Diplomacy" and a PBS Special, "An Irish Voice."
Ireland is allowing Facebook to be anti-democratic and to pull off the biggest tax avoidance scheme ever alleges Ireland’s leading businessman. He says Ireland has become Facebook’s “laundrette”.
"Black Mountain and Other Stories": "Adams is that rare revolutionary who can write humor as well as pathos and poignancy."
A huge row has developed after Irish best-selling author Sally Rooney refused to allow an Israeli publisher to handle the Hebrew translation of her latest novel.
Princeton Professor unearths the sad “half-life” her family was condemned to due to the “wicked ideals of morality, propriety, and respectability.”
IrishCentral founder Niall O'Dowd pays tribute to Irish Voice and IrishCentral columnist John Spain, who steps down after a long 34-year career.
October 8, 1921, was when the Irish and British negotiators of the Anglo-Irish Treaty were named. Michael Collins feared the worst when De Valera refused to go.
Dr. Kevin Cahill recounts in his book how Archbishop of New York Terence Cardinal Cooke wielded his influence to support an AIDS symposium.
The Tubbercurry, County Sligo native worked right up until days before his death, hosting and welcoming New Yorkers to their home from home.
Brexit, it appears, is backfiring. Shut gas stations and empty shelves in many groceries stores was not supposed to be Britain's "new" reality.