A leading industry figure thinks women are turned off by the ‘overly masculine’ sector.
Gravity Payments boss Dan Price was lauded as a hero to other founders – but the story didn’t end there.
One of Ireland’s best-known whiskey makers has some warnings for the industry.
Just Eat’s latest results are in – and the returns are healthy.
One for the discerning Irish coffee addict.
Everything from a retro-themed motorbike to a rubbish bin made out of rubbish.
Playertek thinks it can help everyone train like a pro.
It is 2015 after all.
The service has launched in London and it’s not as pricey as you’d think.
One company we talked to has even taken to using Irish rainwater as a key ingredient in its sorbets.
You can also carry over the leave you’ve build up, for up to 15 months.
While there have has been big growth, there is still plenty to worry about.
An Oireachtas committee wants a €25 million fund set aside for female entrepreneurs.
Want to fly from your New York hotel to the airport for around $200? There’s an app for that.
Nevzat Aydin said he was setting a “bad example” for other employers.
Budding entrepreneurs need to have more realistic goals.
The studio aims to cater for major international projects.
Taxi drivers have protested against the app in other countries.
Restaurant owners say 5,000 additional trainee chefs are needed each year.
In the last decade, Irish whiskey exports grew by almost 200%.
Deliveroo, which launched in Ireland in April, has raised $70 million to fuel its growth.
Even Visa is putting its money into Stripe.
Does this mean we’ve reached peak crowdfunding?
UK-based Secret Escapes is promising “hand-picked hotels and holidays”.
There have been some big changes in the country over the past two decades.
For a good reason though. Muufrii (pronounced ‘Moofree’) will provide all the goodness of real milk without any of that pesky cow nonsense.
The stakes are high when it comes to recruiting the best talent.
The Mexican fast-food stores are remaining in Irish hands.
Dublin-based Iconic Translation Machines is growing fast.
There has been a 17% increase in the number jobs available over the past year.
The digital ad wars are heating up.
The Low Pay Commission has issued its report. ISME says there’s “no justifiable economic argument” for the increase.
New research has also found that only a quarter of employees get away from their desks during lunch time.
Your bartender? Your hairdresser? WHO?
ChangeX has finished a round of seed funding – and several big names are on board.
A foreign company was awarded the contract.
But business groups are against any rise in the minimum wage.
Sugru’s Jane ní Dhulchaointigh tells us how she went from student to internationally-recognised founder.
Cold brew coffee made with kitchen paper, anyone? How about a knockout G&T?
ISME said an increase would have a “substantial knock-on effects for businesses”.