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Over the past five years, the Comptroller has made two groundbreaking investments in equity funds which focus on funding startups in Northern Ireland.
No surprises these two Irish athletes are doing well for themselves.
London companies continue to dominate but three Irish firms made the prestigious list.
A new scheme helps Irish business get a foothold in the US.
Only Irish-run hotel in New York continues to bring the Céad Míle Fáilte to all their Manhattan guests.
June conference has been the launch pad for some of the most ambitious projects connecting the US and Northern Ireland.
Elizabeth Crabill, CEO of CIE Tours, talks her passion for Ireland and her work expanding the 85-year-old tour company's offerings in the digital age.
Virgin Media Business Ireland TechConnect Live, Ireland’s fastest growing event for the Irish technology ecosystem, lands in Dublin.
“This is still the land of opportunity and remember that your hardest times will lead to your greatest times.”
“A quiet man with a powerful humility”, a man who believed “you could get anything done if you don’t look for credit.”
With her new social impact brand UNLEASHED, jewelry designer Kara Ross is creating jobs and educational opportunities for women and girls around the world.
Marketing mogul Margaret Molloy's #WearingIrish campaign celebrates the creative genius of Irish fashion designers. Here's the full #WearingIrish lookbook.
Dublin Commissioner for Startups Niamh Bushnell bids farewell to the role.
The 16-year-old student from County Donegal will go on to compete at the European young entrepreneur of the year competition.
Serial technology entrepreneur, Jerry Kennelly is a game changer.
John Collison and his older brother have made the exclusive Forbes Billionaires List for the first time.
Dublin native, President and CEO of FleishmanHillard to receive US honor in his new home.
Who are the richest people in Ireland? Some of them are even richer than Donald Trump, if you can believe it.
The distinguished 2017 Hall of Fame inductees include Michael Dowling, Sister Teresa Fitzgerald, Terry O’Sullivan, and Kevin White.
Built in Dublin is a series of short video stories that spotlights MediaTech founders, and their startups, who are changing the industry and the use of both old media and new media from right here in Dublin.
Irish companies could be in prime position to take advantage of President Trump’s desire to create as many US-based jobs as possible.
Peaches and Domini Kemp, of Dublin “itsa Bagel” fame, lived in Virginia before setting up shop in Ireland.
Dublin Tech Summit announces full conference schedule with keynotes including Gary Vaynerchuk, Jimmy Chamberlin, Cindy Gallop and Matthew Luhn.
Ireland’s MMA superstar applauded for remaining one of the country’s best professional sports stars while entertaining millions of fans.
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Irish dancing, Ed Sheeran, the Donegal landscape - the most perfect Irish video ever?
Violent abuse claims by woman accused of killing her Irish husband in North Carolina
Bloody struggle as ex-FBI agent killed daughter's Irish husband described in North Carolina trial
"All I want is to fight for my country" - Irish American transgender airman
Eric Trump visits County Clare Doonbeg golf resort
Louth village reeling after 3 died in car crash
No return to hard borders says NI Secretary of State James Brokenshire
Two Irish rugby stars charged with rape