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Irish Intercom CEO responds to reports of complaints ‘Matured’: Intercom chief executive Eoghan McCabe The chief executive of the 'unicorn' software firm Intercom has apologised for "poor judgment" relating to behaviour with female staff. Eoghan McCabe was responding to an investigation by the US tech journal 'The Information' highlighting reported complaints against the tech founder from a number of female employees. Intercom, which...
Conquering Silicon Valley with $500 Entrepreneur Tim O'Reilly rose up during tech's infancy, and says it has tough choices to make about its future, writes John Reynolds O’Reilly Media founder Tim O’Reilly. Photo: Getty Kerry-born Tim O'Reilly lives up to the monikers he was given in 2010 by Inc. magazine - 'the Oracle of Silicon Valley' and its 'leading intellectual' - during...
Home economics: Our property finance expert answers your questions   One reader wants to sell their house in Dublin when they retire Q I moved out of my home in Dublin in 2006 to let it out and built a new house down the country when building costs were at their highest. I would like to sell the house in Dublin in...
Iran 'prepares to withdraw from parts of nuclear deal' In May, Trump announced the US was withdrawing from the 2015 deal that restricted Iran's nuclear ambitions, and reimposed sanctions on Iran's banking and energy sectors. Stock photo: AFP/Getty Images Iran will announce on Wednesday it is partially withdrawing from the nuclear deal it struck with world powers, a year to the...
Welcome to AerSpace: Aer Lingus launches first ever Premium Economy Class The new Premium Economy Class will bundle seats, lounge access, 20kg bags and more on short-haul flights Susanne Carberry, Director of Network Revenue and Loyalty at Aer Lingus, with the new 'AerSpace' seats. Photo: Iain White / Fennell PhotographyAn Aer Lingus aircraft with new livery photographed over Ireland's west coast....
First quarter profits rise at HSBC Stock photo: PA HSBC has posted better-than-expected first quarter profits as the banking giant was boosted by the performance of its retail banking and wealth management units. The lender saw net profit rise 33.7pc to $4.13bn (€3.7bn) in the first three months of the year, ahead of analyst expectations of $3.7bn (€3.3bn). Revenue for the period jumped...

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Election boost for Ramaphosa as ANC avoids predicted drop President Cyril Ramaphosa. Photo: REUTERS/Sumaya Hisham Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa's reformist president, has consolidated his tenuous hold on power after his ruling African National Congress (ANC) avoided electoral disaster yesterday. Although the ANC was set to record its worst performance in a national election since the end of white rule in 1994, the...
Alleged serial rapist Joseph McCann refuses to leave cell for court for second day The judge said: "If the worst comes to the worst, I will have to go to Belmarsh and the prosecution and defence will come too" Joseph McCann Alleged serial rapist Joseph McCann could be visited by a senior judge in jail after he refused to appear in court...

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