Fake news ‘could disrupt presidential and European elections’, warns TD

Fake news 'could disrupt presidential and European elections', warns TD Regulation of tech giants can end 'Wild West of politics', says FF computer scientist TD James...

Ivanka to be ‘trotted out’ to woo female voters turned off...

Ivanka to be 'trotted out' to woo female voters turned off by her dad Ivanka Trump. Photo: Reuters Ivanka Trump flexes her muscles as she poses...

Number of students who got over 400 points on the rise

Number of students who got over 400 points on the rise Stock image The number of Leaving Certificate candidates scoring high points for college entry has...

CAO points fall again… but the demand for ‘boom-time’ jobs rises

CAO points fall again... but the demand for 'boom-time' jobs rises Majority of students will get offer for one of top choices Aoife Ní Raithilligh (left),...

What’s happening in the US ‘is not normal’

What's happening in the US 'is not normal' Columnist Mary Kenny writes in The Irish Catholic of August 2: 'But, as some commentators have pointed...

Delaney: We priced tickets too high but we will clear the...

Delaney: We priced tickets too high but we will clear the debt FAI Chief executive John Delaney FAI CEO John Delaney has admitted that the association...

Most manufacturers positive despite clouds from trade disputes

Most manufacturers positive despite clouds from trade disputes Data compiled by Bloomberg shows that manufacturers in most countries are positive about the outlook. Stock image Manufacturers...

Cork has second highest rate of long-term young unemployed

Cork has second highest rate of long-term young unemployed Youth Council calls for €22 million spend on apprenticeships, training and education National Youth Council of Ireland...

Magnificent Marlfield at 40

Magnificent Marlfield at 40 In 1978, Mary Bowe realised her dream of opening a luxury country house hotel and today the thriving business is being...

Lira decline is steeper than EBRD’s worst case scenario

Lira decline is steeper than EBRD's worst case scenario President Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey would boycott electronic products from the United States. Photo: Umit Bektas The...

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Corbyn ‘needs better ideas than tech tax to fund journalism’ The UK’s technology trade association responded after the Labour leader proposed a windfall tax to...

US prosecutors reviewing second sexual assault case against actor Kevin Spacey

US prosecutors reviewing second sexual assault case against actor Kevin Spacey Kevin Spacey attending the Olivier Awards (Ian West/PA Images) Prosecutors in California are reviewing a...

Ex-Starbucks CEO considers presidential run

The former CEO of coffee chain Starbucks has said he is "seriously considering" running for president.

Delegates from around the world attend culture summit

Delegates from around the world attend culture summit The fourth Edinburgh International Culture Summit will run until Friday. Nicola Sturgeon was among the speakers at the...

Brexit concerns by Brassil trigger national alarm

Brexit concerns by Brassil trigger national alarm Fresh Brexit fears were triggered nationally this week as a Kerry TD raised yet another potential pitfall that...