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The climate crisis is changing the way companies are run, giving Ireland a great opportunity
Global financiers flocked to Ireland’s climate finance week. The health of the planet topped the agenda.
As TikTok builds up a massive user base, Ireland is taking notice
First it will get your customers’ eyeballs, then your marketing budgets.
'A few of us were watching the video the next day, tears were flowing out of our eyes'
Kilkenny star Grace Walsh on a beautiful family moment, bouncing back in 2020 and her undying love for camogie.
Why ailing Irish firms aren't opting for examinership
The procedure is the route less travelled despite its success rate, experts say.
Why ailing Irish firms aren't opting for examinership
The procedure is the route less travelled despite its success rate, experts say.
Meet the Dubliner behind the scenes at $4bn US biotech giant Ginkgo Bioworks
Barry Canton co-founded the company 10 years ago with students and a professor at MIT.
Meet the Dubliner behind the scenes at $4bn US biotech giant Ginkgo Bioworks
Barry Canton co-founded the company 10 years ago with students and a professor at MIT.
Where do we go from here? The burgeoning atlas for Irish exports post-Brexit
Trade experts outline the advantages and challenges facing Irish businesses.
What will it take to turn Ireland into a mecca for entrepreneurs?
Some of Ireland’s brightest business talent look at where our startup set goes next.
The global tax world is shifting and it might not be good news for Ireland - what comes next?
The State is staring down the barrel of a new tax reality, one that could cost the Exchequer billions.
'Anything that's strange, people are going to poke at it. I wouldn't play football too often, I had to turn parties down'
Gymnastics star Rhys McClenaghan has risen to become one of Ireland’s most exciting Olympic prospects.
What will it take to turn Ireland into a mecca for entrepreneurs?
Some of Ireland’s brightest business talent look at where our startup set goes next.
'The first year we were completely crazy': How getting a Michelin star impacts Irish restaurants
Fine-dining eateries still grapple with skills shortages and rising labour costs.
The global tax world is shifting and it might not be good news for Ireland - what comes next?
The state is staring down the barrel of a new tax reality, one that could cost the Exchequer billions.
Michelin stars are like an 'international avalanche' for restaurants. Then the food coma kicks in
Fine-dining eateries still grapple with skills shortages and rising labour costs.
Revolut and N26 rocked Irish banking. Now their competition is coming to town
Bunq and Raisin recently entered the market, which already has some big players.
Michelin stars are like an 'international avalanche' for restaurants. Then the food coma kicks in
Fine-dining eateries still grapple with skills shortages and rising labour costs.
Revolut and N26 rocked Irish banking. Now their competition is coming to town
Bunq and Raisin recently entered the market, which already has some big players.
Talent, funding and evolving threats: Inside Ireland's ever-changing cybersecurity scene
Fora catches up with various players in the ecosystem to survey the lay of the land.
Talent, funding and evolving threats: Inside Ireland's ever-changing cybersecurity scene
Fora catches up with various players in the ecosystem to survey the lay of the land.
The return of the tech IPO? Euronext is hoping for an upturn in public floats with Ireland in its sights 
Fora was on board as a group of Irish tech companies headed to Rotterdam to explore market options.
When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex
The government has some ambitious targets for 2030 – but industry has plenty of work to do.
When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex
The government has some ambitious targets for 2030 – but industry has plenty of work to do.
'Tradition in our area,' a family affair and starring in 20 of 38 in-a-row county title wins
Michelle Ryan continues to lead the line for Waterford’s ever-dominant Ballymacarbry.
The return of the tech IPO? Euronext is hoping for an upturn in public floats with Ireland in its sights 
Fora was on board as a group of Irish tech companies headed to Rotterdam to explore market options.
'This is absolutely existential': Inside Dublin Airport's fight for growth
The airport has experienced a breakneck upswing. Now it is fighting regulatory challenges to keep up.
'This is absolutely existential': Inside Dublin Airport's fight for growth
The airport has experienced a breakneck upswing. Now it is fighting regulatory challenges to keep up.
From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal
Some see the agreement as a beacon of hope amid Brexit and the US-China trade war.
'It's all about your story': How companies decide the right time to float on the public markets
Euronext recently launched the latest edition of its IPO Ready programme.
Your crash course in... Apple's appeal against the EU's €13bn Irish tax case
The tech giant’s rebuttal against taxes in Ireland will be heard by judges on Tuesday.
From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal
Some see the agreement as a beacon of hope amid Brexit and the US-China trade war.
Hazard makes bright debut cameo as Madrid lift early pressure on Zidane
Madrid almost squandered a three-goal lead, but the Belgian’s debut offered cause for optimism.
'It's all about your story': How companies decide the right time to float on the public markets
Euronext recently launched the latest edition of its IPO Ready programme.
'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit
Some businesses close to the border have already changed their supply base in recent months.
'I looked at my mother, she was in bits. I was like, 'Will you pull yourself together, woman!''
Galway’s camogie and ladies football teams are facing into two big All-Ireland final Sundays, and Sarah Dervan is delighted to lead the senior camógs.
'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit
Some businesses close to the border have already changed their supply base in recent months.
Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland?
With Apple, Disney and HBO entering the game, there’s more opportunity and competition than ever.
Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland?
With Apple, Disney and HBO entering the game, there’s more opportunity and competition than ever.
‘I repeated my Leaving Cert and got 270 points. So to step out as Ireland’s number one was mind-blowing’
David Forde reflects on his Ireland career, retirement, completing his Master’s degree and his father’s passing.
The globe is warming - and so is pressure on companies to disclose climate risks to investors
More companies are reporting their emissions and targets to investors.