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# Entrepreneurship

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U2 and Denis O'Brien back new network to support Irish entrepreneurs on both sides of the border
Endeavor will offer mentoring, support, and financing to four to six Irish entrepreneurs each year.
'The shop was too reliant on me. If I was away, people would come but wouldn't buy anything'
After being let go three times in two years, this former phone shop owner is back running his own business.
7 young Irish entrepreneurs to keep your eye on
Are these the future faces of Irish industry?
Why this TD thinks we love failure in Ireland
Dara Calleary wants more encouragement for Ireland’s young entrepreneurs.
How 'Irish Mammy Syndrome' is stopping young entrepreneurs
Fine Gael TD Aine Collins has identified a key cultural barrier to encouraging young entrepreneurship in Ireland.
Only in America: Parents are sending their kids to entrepreneurship pre-school
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32,000 people set up a new business in Ireland last year
Ireland is now ranked second across the European Union in terms of early stage entrepreneurial activity.
Entrepreneurship shortfall targeted by €500,000 graduate fund
Applications for up to €50,000 in funding are being sought from recent college-leavers.
Half of Irish college students plan to start a business
Third level students cite financial concerns as the main barrier to starting a company.
Despite being more confident about the economy, Dubliners are wary of setting up a business
The Your Dublin, Your Voice survey is the fifth of of its kind and set out to find how Dubliners are feeling about their current financial situation.
The Liberties chosen as site for new €10 million whiskey distillery
The Teeling Whiskey Company will announce the creation of 30 jobs today.
Column: Calling time on multinational imperialism
With employment figures finally on the up and job announcements by the likes of Microsoft making the headlines, it is time to start cheerleading our thriving start-up sector, writes Paul Allen.
Shop owner turns CCTV footage of botched burglary into ad
The 16-second ad for the shop’s pastrami contains the voice-over: “So good, some people will do just about anything to get more.”
More than 2,000 entrepreneurs starting new businesses every month
More people started new businesses last year than ever before.
Enterprise Ireland scheme aims to create 100 companies annually
The government is launching a new multi-million euro scheme for entrepreneurs today.
The Sports Pages: some of the week's best sportswriting
Paul Gascoigne’s tales from the dark side of celebrity, the origins of the Honey Badger and an incredible tribute to the elegant genius of Roger Federer: its our weekly round-up of the best the web has to offer.
Did Mansfield Town chief exec Carolyn Still work as an escort?
The Stags’ chief executive is alleged to have only quit the job last year.
While Greece riots, Italy passes €47bn austerity plan
Europe’s financial worries deepen as Italy plans for more austerity measures to balance its budget.
Irish among the most entrepreneurial in Europe
Report explains Ireland that economic necessity is driving entrepreneurship.