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Dislike: Millions of young people are quitting Facebook

Young people are turning their backs on Facebook, according to a new report. Read more

Enterprise offices help create 4,000 startup jobs

ALMOST 4,000 jobs were created last year by startups and small businesses backed by their Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs). Read more

Consumer sentiment reaches 17 year high

Consumer sentiment rose to a 17 year high in January, as people start to feel the benefits of the economic recovery. Read more

Confidence builds in construction sector

The construction sector here made a strong start to the year, posting faster increases in activity, new orders and employment, as well as seeing confidence improve again. Read more

Number of regular savers drops in January

The proportion of people saving regularly dropped to 50pc in January from 53pc in December. Read more

Voice-activation will change marketing – and our lives

A little bit of Irish radio history was made last week when the country’s commercial radio sector came together with RTÉ to launch a new voice-activated version of the popular Irish Radio  Read more

Companies urged to look at steps to reduce the plastics problem

Today, just 2pc of the plastic on the global market is being turned into new packaging. Read more

Love a good bargain

It’s that time of year when love’s young dream needs to ditch the dreaming for a day and dig into the pocket instead to show their other half how much they really mean to them. Read more

When a startup needs to recruit staff, it becomes the candidate

As your startup grows, you’ll need to start hiring. How do you conduct interviews for your startup to help you recruit the best candidates? Read more

Ireland’s first live 5G demo hosted by Vodafone at Dublin’s Trinity College

Ireland’s first successful live demonstration of 5G technology was carried out at an event in Dublin’s Trinity College. Read more