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Laws must be updated as driverless cars steer us into complex insurance minefield

The era of driverless cars - or fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) - is near and will dramatically transform how we drive. The technology is well advanced and we already see automated features [...]

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Government claims progress in fixing mobile and broadband blackspots

Telecoms operators are working with local authorities to identify and remedy mobile blackspots. Speaking at the launch of a report from the Government's Mobile Phone and Broadband Taskforc [...]

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Euro rises as talks on stimulus delayed

Mario Draghi has said policymakers are still waiting for inflation to catch up with the economy's recovery, as they put off any discussion on tapering stimulus until after the summer. "We [...]

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Traffic payments boost tunnel profits

Traffic guarantee payments totalling €4.4m by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to the firm operating the €800m Limerick tunnel helped the company record an operating profit of €9.4m last year.

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Software company Zendesk to create 300 jobs in Dublin

Cloud-based provider of customer service Zendesk is to create 300 jobs in Dublin over the next three to four years. The roles will be in a number of areas including engineering, developing [...]

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Dublin fifth in world for prime retail rent growth

Dublin has emerged as one of the fastest-growing prime retail locations in the world according to CBRE's latest half-yearly research report, 'Global Prime Retail Rents'. The Irish capital [...]

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New financing platform aims to support the construction of 250 homes with €60m of loans

Initiative Ireland is aiming to finance €60m in construction loans to fund 250 family homes. It intends to launch Ireland's first syndicated property finance platform in September to raise cash from i [...]

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Guinness has a €16m expansion plan in store

UP TO 300 construction jobs will be created as part of a €16m expansion of the landmark Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland's most-visited fee-paying tourist attraction. The plan will s [...]

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UK still the top destination for emigrating Irish professionals

The UK remains the top destination for professionals leaving Ireland, despite the country’s intention to leave the European Union. The level of movement between both countries did fall mar [...]

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Shopify to create 100 new jobs in Galway

Shopify, a cloud-based, multi-channel retail platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses, is creating 100 new jobs in Galway with the help of IDA Ireland. The roles will be in [...]

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Software company Zendesk to create 300 jobs in Dublin

loud-based provider of customer service Zendesk is to create 300 jobs in Dublin over the next three to four years. The roles will be in a number of areas including engineering, developing, [...]

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Fresh bubble fear as property prices jump yet again

The surge in property prices has picked up pace, with a renewed increase in Dublin values. Prices nationwide jumped by almost 12pc in the year to May, according to the Central Statistics O [...]

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Increase of 6pc in number of start-ups on 2016

Almost 1,900 start-up companies were established on average each month in the first six months of 2017, an increase of 6pc compared to the same period in 2016. The most popular sector for [...]

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Adrian Weckler's guide to technology for small businesses

10 tech health checks for your business 1 How to smoothly upgrade your old work laptop  People put off upgrading to a modern, fast, secure laptop because of the hassle factor in moving fi [...]

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Bank of Ireland new shares set at €7.38

Bank of Ireland's new shares started trading Monday at €7.38 each –compared to the 24.60 cents each where they closed last Friday. The bank has completed a reorganisation that included swa [...]

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Customer databases may soon become more trouble than they are worth

In June 2015, UK pub chain JD Wetherspoons was hit by a cyber attack. More than 650,000 emails and some staff details were stolen. When the breach was discovered, the company's founder and chairman so [...]

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Farmers the big winners from Japan trade deal

Irish farmers stand to be among the main winners from an agreement between the EU and Japan to conclude a deal to scrap tariffs on much of their bilateral trade. The deal will see duties [...]

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EU and Japan trumpet trade deal as rebuke to a closed America

When European Union and Japanese leaders endorsed a preliminary free-trade agreement yesterday it was in significant measure a counter to Donald Trump's protectionist stance. The politic [...]

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Kildare tech firm invests €300k in cyber security solution

Kildare-based technology firm vCloud.ie has invested €300k in what it describes as a "cutting edge" cyber security product. The product is the first of its kind currently available globa [...]

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EU audit set to find Ireland in breach of broadband targets

A NEW EU audit is set to find that Ireland is in breach of European broadband targets. The European Court of Auditors has picked Ireland as one of five countries measured to see whether ag [...]

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