Last year Tines was a tiny startup; today it is one of the most valuable Irish technology companies. Co-founder Eoin Hinchy on how Tines covered so much ground so quickly, and the opportunity to grow its valuation.
David Coallier has founded and sold three start-ups. But the 34-year-old serial entrepreneur believes there is something special about his new plan to revolutionise online meetings. He talks about strategy, funding, and the future of work.
Last year, the HSE took over the Mater Private to help boost Covid healthcare capacity. However, it halted payments amid concerns it was being billed for hefty intercompany interest bills paid to a Luxembourg entity. Millions of euro are now at stake.
Towering on Killiney Hill, Mount Eagle was Matt Damon’s rumoured summer residence. It is now home to a mobile app backed by the Tidey, Kilduff, Heffernan and Naji families that wants a slice of your attention while you're watching TV.
The commission probing the sale of Siteserv to Denis O’Brien has been running for six years. But what has it achieved? It is due to publish its report on the deal this month, but it still has not interviewed either Micheál Martin or Michael Noonan.
The CEO of Cricket Ireland, Warren Deutrom, talks about his organisation's strategic plan, how the game represents so much of Ireland's past and Ireland's future, and getting back to normal in 2021.
The founders of Irish fintech firm Sentenial, sold today for up €110m, managed to retain much of the equity. But its share register also contains former Anglo bankers, a property developer, high net worth investors and a former finance minister.
The founders of Clickandcollection.com have been at the coalface of restaurants’ shift to online and “at home”. One year after they were forced to pivot themselves, they are now regrouping to power this new channel for more small businesses – in Ireland and abroad.
The Burren Perfumery’s Sadie Chowen takes inspiration from the landscape to create contemporary natural products and a visitor experience in her multi-faceted business. Just don't ask the award winning entrepreneur about banks.
There has been a lot of contrition from everyone involved in recent breaches of public health rules in the GAA, but maybe the public's anger is because we're not a rules-based society.
The buses will burn out and tempers will cool but real leadership is required in Northern Ireland, argues Dr Stephen Goss, a practising Catholic who was actively involved in the Ulster Unionist Party between 2010 and 2015.
Those who lost their jobs when the retailer’s Irish stores went into liquidation one year ago were promised enhanced redundancy, but existing rules means there is no money to pay it. How will the stand-off end?
Outsiders can become insiders. They can do so by working hard, having new ideas, and getting rich, or they can do so by figuring out how to divert enough resources from the system to keep them comfortable. Wealth can become privilege and privilege can lead to wealth.
The transport minister asked members of the state’s aviation recovery taskforce last month for ideas to help revive the industry. Most pointed to the 12-point plan they submitted almost a year ago, most of which has been ignored. It highlights the escalating tensions between policymakers and Ireland’s fabled aviation sector.
Expecting Gregory Campbell to stop being British is as insane as expecting Joe Brolly to stop being Irish. To attempt to force either is to resurrect the conflicting fictions and reset the binary trap of our traumatic past.
Lockdown has simultaneously stolen real childhoods while infantilising a nation of adults. Is there any hope that the Saga of the Shoes, like the best fairytales, not only reflects our society, but will be an influence for change?
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