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Google has called on Britain's antitrust regulator to take action against Microsoft, claiming its business practices had left rivals at a significant disadvantage, according to a letter seen by Reuters.
Swoop has emerged as the fastest growing technology company in this year's Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards.
Asia's factory activity remained weak in November on soft global demand, surveys showed today, with mixed signs on the strength of China's economy clouding the outlook for the region's fragile recovery.
Credit unions are at risk of losing relevance among younger demographics if they do not sufficiently evolve their digital services, new research shows.
Dell Technologies has reported third-quarter revenue below estimates due to a slower-than-expected recovery in the hardware and software market, sending its shares down 4% after the bell.
Tesla's long-delayed Cybertruck will be priced starting at $60,990, over 50% more than what CEO Elon Musk had touted in 2019 and a cost analysts have said will draw select, affluent buyers.
Lufthansa and Italy have sought EU antitrust approval for the German airline to buy a controlling minority stake in Italy's ITA Airways, with sources saying that Lufthansa is prepared to cede slots at Milan airport to address competition concerns.
Eirgrid has said that a number of landowners have signed up to its offer of compensation to allow pylons and overhead lines be built on their land for the North-South Interconnector.
SalesSense International has rebranded to 'Uniquely' and announced the creation of 100 jobs over the next 18 months.
A new analysis has estimated that around 33,450 new homes could be completed here next year.
Business conditions in the manufacturing sector stabilised in November, new figures show.
Social media company X, faces the prospect of more advertisers fleeing and has no clear fix insight, ad industry experts said, after billionaire owner Elon Musk lashed out at some of the biggest brands for dropping the platform.
Talks on a new public sector pay deal involving unions, staff associations and the Government will resume today.
An initiative to increase access to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) for post-primary students in socially disadvantaged communities is to be expanded.
If planning restrictions on Dublin airport's €320m North Runway are not removed, the Irish economy will lose out on a positive economic impact of €262m in 2024.
Pre-tax profits at the group behind Newbridge Silverware plummeted by 98% to €18,817 due, in part, to a range of costs arising from the war in Ukraine.
PTSB has announced it is hiking its standard variable rate for mortgages by 0.4% to 4.7%.
RTÉ has announced a minimum of €10 million in cuts to expenditure planned for next year.
They play an important role in Ireland's food, accommodation and entertainment industries, but are undervalued and underpaid
Two low-paid Traveller workers have been awarded nearly €11,000 each for whistleblower penalisation and discrimination after they wrote a series of letters complaining about the running of the State-funded community support organisation which employed them.