After a week of surprises from the Trump victory in the US to India’s rupee, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
A protectionist trade approach and a simplified tax code could threaten the prospects for US companies investing in Ireland – a big fear for business leaders.
As the aftermath of Donald Trump’s electoral victory rumbles on, the rest of the world is busy searching online to see what his policies are, discovering some interesting results.
The aftermath of the victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential election has resulted in quite the polarisation of opinion online, but now ahead of World Kindness Day, Microsoft has called on a charter for ‘digital civility’.
In a week dominated by news of the US election, any good news was welcome – especially news that translates to the growth of tech sector jobs.
Dogpatch Labs has expanded its start-up and co-working space to nearly 40,000 sq ft, spanning three floors, including a new indoor urban garden on the upper mezzanine floor.
India made the shock move to get rid of two of its lower levels of cash notes this week, in the latest bid to go fully digital. The fintech world is excited.
Ireland is set to be home to one of the most ambitious ecological projects on Earth, with plans to open a giant redwood forest in Birr, Co Offaly.
Hibernia Networks – with one of the largest fibre broadband presences in Ireland – has revealed it is to be sold to major cloud provider GTT for a sum of $590m.
Today’s graduates are quickly becoming the most valuable asset for top companies, in terms of talent and productivity. But what are companies doing for newly graduated candidates?
We need to talk about the social responsibility of science, says Prof Maja Horst, ahead of her talk at the HSTM Network conference in Dublin City University. Claire O’Connell reports.
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