Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Everybody's doing it so why can't we? The pros and cons of startup podcasts People often listen as part of their commute to work, and thus a regular weekly schedule for recording is best if you want to fit into...
How the financial crash helped style Irish beauty salon software firm Phorest Ronan Perceval, CEO of Phorest, pictured at their offices in Dublin. Pic Steve HumphreysRonan Perceval, CEO of Phorest, pictured at their offices in Dublin. Pic Steve HumphreysRonan Perceval,...

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Dublin-headquartered firm Roomex raises €8m to develop global hotel booking platform Roomex has raised €8m series in funding as it looks to develop its booking platform and expand internationally. The Series A funding round was led by Draper Esprit, with support...
Turkey doubles tariffs on US cars, alcohol and tobacco People line up at a currency exchange shop in Istanbul as Turkey’s lira plunged. Photo: AP Turkey doubled tariffs on some US imports including alcohol, cars and tobacco yesterday in retaliation for...
Insurance comparison site shares drop on worries of Amazon rivalry The online retail giant has reportedly held talks with insurance firms over a potential comparison site launch. Amazon is reportedly looking into launching an insurance price comparison site (PA) Shares in MoneySupermarket.com...
Runrig hail fans ahead of sell-out farewell concerts The group will perform live for the last time in Stirling after 45 years in music. Runrig will perform two nights at City Park in Stirling (Whyler Photos/PA) Runrig have paid tribute to their...
'We aim for four cuts of red clover silage each year' Brendan Gildea on his organic farm in Dunmore in Co. Galway. Photo: David Walsh Dairy farmer Brendan Gildea reckons there is a "fantastic opportunity for conventional tillage farmers to switch...
Sending out an SOS: €70m for 150 startups to help save the world Sean O'Sullivan has built up one of the world's most active venture capital accelerator funds. He spoke to Adrian Weckler about his latest big deals Sean O’Sullivan, one...
Richard Curran: Did we sell Aer Lingus too low? IAG CEO Willie Walsh with Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh who is eyeing the prospect of further expansion in the US. Photo: Jason Clarke Last week I was fortunate enough to fly...
Athlone's magic in the middle: Why it's time to turn off the motorway Ireland's Midlands offer an off-radar holiday off the motorways, Mark Evans writes from Athlone... Athlone and the River Shannon. Photo: Chris Hill / Fáilte IrelandAthlone CastleViking Boat, AthloneTimmy...
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