Google Ireland agrees €345m tax settlement with Revenue

Employees paid on average €120,000, parent gets €3bn dividend | Continue reading


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The winter our health system will finally collapse (2017)

The ineffectiveness of this year’s flu vaccines means hospitals will not be able to cope | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 11 days ago

China and India will have to ‘justify’ watered down coal pledge–Cop26 president

Critics said aim of 1.5 degrees in ‘intensive care’ after row over wording | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 14 days ago

Covid pass for double-jabbed ‘Adolf Hitler’ subject of Dutch inquiry

Working CoronaCheck QR code in any name offered on online hacker forum for €300 | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 month ago

Climate Anxiety – reactions to unprecedented threats hardly surprising

Younger generations are struggling to cope with climate threats of unprecedented scale | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 month ago

$900 and a battery life of one hour: the first ever smartphone (2014)

20-years ago, the clunky IBM Simon was a commercial flop but it broke the mould | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 month ago

Teen’s swine flu jab sleep disorder case settled for €1.2m

Girl, now 16, also suffers loss of muscle control since receiving vaccine 12 years ago | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 month ago

Noam Chomsky: Ireland robbed poor working people of tens of trillions of dollars

The 92-year-old author on US foreign policy and Ireland’s immoral tax regime | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 month ago

I Invented Baileys (2017)

We got £3,000 all-in for the creation of the world’s most successful cream liqueur | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 months ago

WhatsApp appeals €225M fine, claims Irish DPC violates human rights

Case initiated in the High Court over ‘disproportionate’ penalties on company | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 months ago

Six common conspiracy theories and why it’s pointless to argue with them

Mocking conspiracy theories is tempting but it doesn’t work. To change minds you must challenge | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 3 months ago

EU to ban cryptocurrency anonymity in anti-money laundering plan

New agency would enforce requirement for crypto providers to verify users’ identities | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 4 months ago

Irish co-founded data for AI company Logical Clocks raises €5m

Company provides support for Hopsworks, a platform for data science and AI | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 4 months ago

We must raise a generation of readers

Reading is a pleasure but it is also a unique form of mental exercise for children | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 4 months ago

Covid-19 originated naturally and not in lab, virologists conclude

Multiple opportunities existed in Wuhan animal markets for ‘spillover into humans’ | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 4 months ago

Stripe cofounder John Collison buys Abbey Leix estate for €20m

Billionaire acquires Co Laois mansion on 1,120 acres from businessman Sir David Davies | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 4 months ago

Ireland one of 9 countries to hold out on signing OECD global tax deal

Some 130 states have accepted the outline agreement – Ireland will remain in the talks | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 5 months ago

Stalin’s War: Distorted history of a complex second World War

Book review: Sean McMeekin dubiously contends war was more Stalin’s than Hitler’s | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 6 months ago

Cyber Gang Provides Decryption Tool to Unlock HSE (Irish Health Service) Systems

Russian-speaking gang is still threatening to publish patient files unless ransom is paid | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 6 months ago

HSE shuts down IT systems amid significant cyber attack

Covid vaccination system not affected while Rotunda says most appointments cancelled | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 6 months ago

Early Irish people were dark skinned with blue eyes

Hunter gatherer population inhabited Ireland before being replaced by early farmers | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 7 months ago

Brainwaves and other strange sounds from Alvin Lucier’s lab (2014)

The composer long ago came to view the institution of the orchestra as alien to an American sensibility. Now he is bringing his experimental sounds to Dundalk Gaol | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 7 months ago

Google used ‘double-Irish’ to shift $75.4bn in profits out of Ireland

Company moved money in 2019, prior to it overhauling its global tax structure | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 7 months ago

Riots stopped because Prince Andrew or Philip or something – he’s dead

Community workers say riots sparked by unionism’s loss of control and the manipulation of working-class youths not politics | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 7 months ago

‘The crate escape’: Irishmen who helped mail friend home from Australia sought

Welsh man who airmailed himself in crate in 1960s seeks two Irish friends who helped nail it shut | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 7 months ago

Boy who said he developed narcolepsy after swine flu vaccine settles court case

Settlement could pave the way for resolution of 80 cases over Pandemrix vaccine | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 8 months ago

Apple and Google access our smartphone data every four and a half minutes

Research claims there is little difference between Apple and Google when it comes to collecting certain data | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 8 months ago

OSS Graph Database – TerminusDB – Secures 3.6m Funding

Start-up is behind an open-source collaboration platform, which it is commercialising | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 8 months ago

Farewell DAB, the radio technology we didn’t need

It missed its chance to usurp FM in the Irish market. Now it’s up to Alexa to have a go | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 8 months ago

‘I’m not trying to take anything away from Greta Thunberg, but ’

The billionaire has some bones to pick with his fellow climate-emergency campaigners | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 9 months ago

University of Limerick Creates Software Engineering Residency Program

Four-year course allows students to complete paid residencies with professional teams | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 9 months ago

Silver prices soar as GameStop retail frenzy moves on to metal

Small-time investors pile into the metal as the crowd targets assets big fund managers have bet against | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 10 months ago

India’s tumbling Covid cases raises question: Is the pandemic burning itself out

Experts think wide infections in crowded cities have brought country near ‘herd immunity’ | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 10 months ago

Stripe co-founder on how his billion-dollar company continues to evolve

Stripe co-founder on how his billion-dollar company continues to evolve | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 11 months ago

Putting digital services at the service of Europeans

With a clear and predictable framework for the single market we will be able to prevent harmful behaviour before it even takes place | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 11 months ago

We should teach philosophy in schools (2019)

Philosophy encourages people to challenge received wisdom | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 11 months ago

President Clinton was CIA informant as a student, book claims (1996)

As the White House played down the weekend revelations about Mrs Hillary Clinton's dealings with a New Age psychic adviser, another… | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Number of cash seizures by Irish police now at unprecedented levels

Many businesses used by criminals to launder drug money closed due to pandemic | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Net Results: Dangerous call for ‘back doors’ to encryption

EU set for data access exposing everyone to pernicious risk of information breaches | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

The West has failed – US and Europe have made a mess of handling the crisis

Western leaders have been insular slow learners at every stage of the Covid pandemic | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Veteran journalist and author Robert Fisk dies aged 74

Highly regarded and controversial foreign correspondent suffers stroke at Dublin home | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Nellie Bly, the pioneering journalist who feigned madness to expose asylum abuse

Bly went around the world in 72 days in 1889, beating Phileas Fogg's fictitious record | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Sweden and Germany to be added to travel green list

Current approach to restrictions will be replaced by EU-wide traffic light system in October | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Creative thinking from inside the box (2013)

The best innovations come from adapting and reworking existing models, say the authors of a new book | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Dublin banker sells island off coast of west Cork for €5.5m

‘Ultra high net worth’ European buys Horse Island and its seven properties and helipad | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Ireland wins appeal in €13bn Apple tax case

Case likely to be appealed again up to Europe’s highest court | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

The offshore havens that sink nations (2011)

FINANCE: COLM KEENA reviews Treasure Islands, Tax Havens and the Men Who Stole the World By Nicholas Shaxson The Bodley Head… | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Church of England rules Irish inscription on grave stone must have translation

Family of Irishwoman wanted phrase ‘In ár gcroíthe go deo’ at grave in Coventry | Continue reading


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