Ireland ranks 17th in the 2018 Women in Leadership index conducted by the IESE Business School, with very strong progress in the social leadership dimension and a leading position in the business leadership sphere.
PayPal held its third annual charity hackathon – Opportunity Hack – this week in Dublin.
Guinness has invested €200,000 in a new initiative aimed at enriching the start-up ecosystem in Ireland by promoting more engagement and collaboration between regions.
Daniel Mackey and Peter Coppinger, co-founders of Cork-based technology company Teamwork, have been named winners of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year award for 2018.
PerfectCard, an Irish FinTech company with offices in Galway and Wicklow, has sold a majority stake to Australian payment solutions provider EML Payments Ltd in a €6m ($9.5m) deal.
E-commerce company Overstock.com has announced plans to create 100 new research and development roles at its European base in Sligo.
Chambers Ireland has welcomed Government measures to deliver infrastructure in Budget 2019 but has expressed concern about little effort to improve Ireland’s short-term competitiveness.
Chambers Ireland has congratulated Siobhan Kinsella on assuming the role of president of the organisation.