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# billions
Apple is shifting billions in cash funnelled through Ireland back to the US
The iPhone maker will pay more than €30 billion in tax on the repatriation.
# iphone battery
Ireland's consumer watchdog is powerless to investigate Apple's 'planned obsolescence'
French authorities have launched an investigation into the tech giant for limiting phone performance.
# phonovation
How this man is leading a company started by three Irish business tycoons
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based Phonovation.
# apps and mobile
Three Ireland has been slapped with a record fine for its contract changes fiasco
ComReg has ordered the telecoms firm to pay a €575,000 penalty.
# 9th impact
This Galway games startup is bringing Danger Mouse to people's fingertips
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile 9th Impact.
# apps and mobile
This Galway games startup is bringing Danger Mouse to people's fingertips
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile 9th Impact.
# apps and mobile
One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis
The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.
# emojitones
One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis
The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.
# apps and mobile
One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis
The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.
# bamboo app
This Dublin startup wants to help people skip the lunch queue
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile Bamboo.
# Startups
This Dublin startup wants to help people skip the lunch queue
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile Bamboo.
# fare game
Use the Mytaxi app? You're going to have to pay a new €2 booking fee
The company said that the charge is an ‘industry-standard fee’.
# apps and mobile
Use the Mytaxi app? You're going to have to pay a new €2 booking fee
The company said that the charge is an ‘industry-standard fee’.
# parkpnp
Ireland's Airbnb for car parking is taking a leaf out of the McDonald's playbook
Parkpnp has cut a franchise deal worth roughly €1 million as it goes international.
# On Yer Bike
After a troubled Dublin launch, BleeperBike has found a way back on the streets
The ‘stationless’ bike scheme has launched in south Dublin and two universities.
# parkpnp
Ireland's Airbnb for car parking is taking a leaf out of the McDonald's playbook
Parkpnp has cut a franchise deal worth roughly €1 million as it goes international.
# bike sharing
After a troubled Dublin launch, BleeperBike has found a way back on the streets
The ‘stationless’ bike scheme has launched in south Dublin and two universities.
# Transport
Ireland's Airbnb for car parking is taking a leaf out of the McDonald's playbook
Parkpnp has cut a franchise deal worth roughly €1 million as it goes international.
# Transport
After a troubled Dublin launch, BleeperBike has found a way back on the streets
The ‘stationless’ bike scheme has launched in south Dublin and two universities.
# Startups
Tech's next big thing won't work for one-quarter of all people - an Irish startup wants to fix that
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight we profile SoapBox Labs.
# Startups
Tech's next big thing won't work for one-quarter of all people - an Irish startup wants to fix that
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight we profile SoapBox Labs.
# Retail
Tallaght's shopping centre is suing Three to force it to keep a store open
The telecoms firm closed its shop without giving notice earlier this month.
# medimee
This Irish startup is testing under-skin medical record chips - on its own staff
The company behind MediMee launched its maiden product earlier this year.
# Health
This Irish startup is testing under-skin medical record chips - on its own staff
The company behind MediMee launched its maiden product earlier this year.
# bikeshare
BleeperBike's Dublin launch date fades as its bikes are removed by the council
The company wants to roll out a ‘stationless’ bike scheme across the city.
# apps and mobile
Carphone Warehouse is selling its new Irish phone network
Launched just two years ago, iD Mobile has been losing millions of euros.
# Transport
BleeperBike's Dublin launch date fades as its bikes are removed by the council
The company wants to roll out a ‘stationless’ bike scheme across the city.
# Transport
Embattled Uber chief Travis Kalanick has been ousted by investors
Backers demanded he step down as CEO as the company faces pressure to reform its culture.
# bleeperbikes
Dublin's new 'stationless' bike company has stalled its launch over council concerns
The local authority warned the public that BleeperBike didn’t have its consent to operate.
# Transport
Dublin's new 'stationless' bike company has stalled its launch after council concerns
The local authority warned the public that BleeperBike didn’t have its consent to operate.
# apps and mobile
After a decade of EU wrangling, roaming charges are abolished from today
The change has been hailed as ‘one of the most tangible successes of the EU’.
# Transport
'I think there will be autonomous taxis driving in Ireland within 10 years'
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based taxi company Lynk.
Voices
'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again'
After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.
# lynk
'I think there will be autonomous taxis driving in Ireland within 10 years'
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based taxi company Lynk.
# Transport
'I think there will be autonomous taxis driving in Ireland within 10 years'
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based taxi company Lynk.
Voices
'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again'
After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.
# apps and mobile
Irish-founded Hassle is losing its name and taking on its German owner's identity
The cleaning-services company was bought for over €30 million in 2015.
# ComReg
Three telcos are in hot water over 'inappropriate' marketing slipped into contract docs
Vodafone, Eir and Sky all face possible fines from the communications watchdog.
# apps and mobile
Irish-founded Hassle is losing its name and taking on its German owner's identity
The cleaning-services company was bought for over €30 million in 2015.
# Transport
Uber lost more than €600 million in the first three months of the year
The company is on the hunt for a new finance boss as it bleeds money.