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From Business ETC Irish mobile marketing firm Zamano to wind down 'existing business lines' Internet

Irish mobile marketing firm Zamano to wind down 'existing business lines'

The public company said new payments rules were having a ‘significant impact’ on business.

From TheJournal.ie A massive undersea cable will be built between Dublin and Paris Cable Guys

A massive undersea cable will be built between Dublin and Paris

The system is scheduled to be ready for service in late 2018.

From Business ETC The Irish state has helped an artificial intelligence company raise a huge $50m Software

The Irish state has helped an artificial intelligence company raise a huge $50m

InsideSales.com plans to open an office in Ireland and create more than 120 jobs here.

From TheJournal.ie Sisters behind Irish fashion startup Opsh step down after falling victim to the 'investment chasm' Opsh

Sisters behind Irish fashion startup Opsh step down after falling victim to the 'investment chasm'

The company has received nearly €1 million in funding.

From Business ETC Sisters behind fashion startup Opsh step away after falling victim to the 'investment chasm' Internet

Sisters behind fashion startup Opsh step away after falling victim to the 'investment chasm'

The company has received nearly €1 million in funding.

From TheJournal.ie The name Yahoo could soon be no more Change On The Verizon

The name Yahoo could soon be no more

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, co-founder David Filo and four other directors currently on the company’s 11-member board will resign.

From Business ETC Spending in brick-and-mortar stores has fallen for the third month in a row Retail

Spending in brick-and-mortar stores has fallen for the third month in a row

Irish consumers flock away from the high street to spend online instead.

From TheJournal.ie Trump: 'No computer is safe - if you have something important, write it out' President-elect

Trump: 'No computer is safe - if you have something important, write it out'

Trump rarely uses email or computers despite his frequent tweeting.

From Business ETC A new Sligo digital hub is looking to keep emigrants back for Christmas at home Startups

A new Sligo digital hub is looking to keep emigrants back for Christmas at home

The facility, which will have super-fast broadband, is set to officially open early in the new year.

From Business ETC 'Running a startup is a bit of a selfish move. Every relationship sort of takes a backseat' Insights

'Running a startup is a bit of a selfish move. Every relationship sort of takes a backseat'

This entrepreneur learned you need to pace yourself and not go all guns blazing when setting up a business.

From Business ETC A late surge will see Christmas retail sales match last year's levels Retail

A late surge will see Christmas retail sales match last year's levels

Retail Excellence Ireland says mild weather has impacted the sale of winter clothing.

From TheJournal.ie 7 ways the government says it will fix broadband access in Ireland Rural Ireland

7 ways the government says it will fix broadband access in Ireland

The government’s plan to speed up and deliver broadband services has been repeatedly delayed.

From Business ETC Apple claims it is a 'convenient target' as EU to publish full ruling on Irish taxes Policy

Apple claims it is a 'convenient target' as EU to publish full ruling on Irish taxes

The EU ruled that Ireland struck a tax deal with the tech giant worth up to €13 billion over a decade.

From Business ETC Like clockwork, Jobs.ie racks up multimillion-euro profits Internet

Like clockwork, Jobs.ie racks up multimillion-euro profits

The jobs website had another good year in 2015.

From Business ETC Netflix has a new rival as Amazon's streaming service launches in Ireland Media And Arts

Netflix has a new rival as Amazon's streaming service launches in Ireland

The service will be available to Irish customers for €2.99 a month for the first six months.

From Business ETC Poll: Does it matter where brands advertise? Marketing This post contains a poll

Poll: Does it matter where brands advertise?

A string of companies have pulled ads from right-wing news site Breitbart recently.

From Business ETC Twitter names new Irish boss amid mounting losses and global job cuts Social Media

Twitter names new Irish boss amid mounting losses and global job cuts

Sinéad McSweeney is taking over from Mark Little as managing director of Twitter’s Irish operations.

From Business ETC Why Irish firms are willing to fork out thousands of euro for catchy web addresses Internet

Why Irish firms are willing to fork out thousands of euro for catchy web addresses

Several companies have paid five-figure sums for .ie names, while global prices reach into the millions.

From TheJournal.ie Inside the little-known company that brought broadband to dozens of Irish towns Enet

Inside the little-known company that brought broadband to dozens of Irish towns

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Limerick broadband provider Enet.

From Business ETC 'Never do business with your friends. You end up losing them' Insights

'Never do business with your friends. You end up losing them'

This golf enthusiast started out building railways in Africa and at 76 has set up another company.

From Business ETC Inside the little-known company that brought broadband to dozens of Irish towns Internet

Inside the little-known company that brought broadband to dozens of Irish towns

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Limerick broadband provider Enet.

From TheJournal.ie Virgin Media says restoring internet for customers is 'top priority' Not Working

Virgin Media says restoring internet for customers is 'top priority'

Outages have been reported in various locations across the country.

From Business ETC Eir only became aware of a potential security breach after reading about it online Data And Security

Eir only became aware of a potential security breach after reading about it online

The company will contact 130,000 customers after at least 2,000 modems were compromised.

From TheJournal.ie The man who brought Ticketmaster to Ireland started off selling tickets in a record shop Pioneer

The man who brought Ticketmaster to Ireland started off selling tickets in a record shop

Tommy Higgins sold Ticketshop to the US ticketing company in 2002.

From Business ETC 'When it’s your name over the door, you tend to take things personally' Insights

'When it’s your name over the door, you tend to take things personally'

This retailer reveals how eBay helped his Donegal department store cut its teeth in e-commerce.

From TheJournal.ie The head of Twitter Ireland is on the move again - just six months after taking the job Mark Little

The head of Twitter Ireland is on the move again - just six months after taking the job

The former RTÉ journalist, who founded social media agency Storyful, decided against a move to the US.

From Business ETC Mark Little is leaving Twitter Ireland - six months after taking over as its new boss Social Media

Mark Little is leaving Twitter Ireland - six months after taking over as its new boss

The former RTÉ journalist, who founded social media agency Storyful, decided against a move to the US.

From Business ETC Ireland is about to have its busiest-ever day for online shopping Internet

Ireland is about to have its busiest-ever day for online shopping

Spending by Irish consumers on Cyber Monday is expected to hit €53 million this year.

From Business ETC The man who brought online ticketing to Ireland says today's founders give up too soon Internet

The man who brought online ticketing to Ireland says today's founders give up too soon

But Tommy Higgins thinks entrepreneurs should pass on their knowledge to the next generation.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish Internet Association is here to stay, what comes next is a different story Internet

The Irish Internet Association is here to stay, what comes next is a different story

Stakeholders recently warned that the cash-strapped body was ‘on its deathbed’.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin ranks as one of Europe's best startup hubs - with some of the worst digital infrastructure Digital Watch

Dublin ranks as one of Europe's best startup hubs - with some of the worst digital infrastructure

The Irish capital placed in the top 10 for both new and fast-growing businesses.

From TheJournal.ie The woman who helped build Primark reveals why the store doesn't sell online Penneys

The woman who helped build Primark reveals why the store doesn't sell online

Breege O’Donoghue, who worked at the clothing chain for 37 years, also shared her career highlights.

From TheJournal.ie The Irishman who took a punt on Skyscanner is set to win from its €1.7bn sale Flying Form

The Irishman who took a punt on Skyscanner is set to win from its €1.7bn sale

Ray Nolan was an early investor in the billion-euro travel site that was sold to Chinese firm Ctrip.

From Business ETC The Irishman who took a punt on Skyscanner is set to win from its €1.7bn sale Hospitality

The Irishman who took a punt on Skyscanner is set to win from its €1.7bn sale

Ray Nolan was an early investor in the billion-euro travel site that was sold to Chinese firm Ctrip.

From Business ETC The woman who helped build Primark reveals why the store doesn't sell online Internet

The woman who helped build Primark reveals why the store doesn't sell online

Breege O’Donoghue, who worked at the clothing chain for 37 years, also shared her career highlights.

From Business ETC The Irish Internet Association looks for new purpose after members vote to save it Internet

The Irish Internet Association looks for new purpose after members vote to save it

Stakeholders recently warned that the cash-strapped body was ‘on its deathbed’.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish Internet Association is 'on its deathbed' and in danger of shutting down Financial Trouble

The Irish Internet Association is 'on its deathbed' and in danger of shutting down

The fate of the organisation will be decided at a meeting today.

From Business ETC The Irish Internet Association is 'on its deathbed' and in danger of shutting down Internet

The Irish Internet Association is 'on its deathbed' and in danger of shutting down

The fate of the organisation will be decided at a meeting tomorrow.

From Business ETC Dublin ranked one of Europe's top startup hubs - with some of the worst digital infrastructure Startups

Dublin ranked one of Europe's top startup hubs - with some of the worst digital infrastructure

The Irish capital placed in the top 10 for both new and fast-growing businesses.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland to oppose Uber application to circumvent taxi regulations across EU ECJ

Ireland to oppose Uber application to circumvent taxi regulations across EU

The company’s flagship service is banned here – and the government wants to keep it that way.