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Northern Ireland boost as payroll firm Payescape adds 23 jobs

Aug 05, 2016 04:18 pm

Payroll outsourcing company Payescape is expanding in Ballymoney, adding 23 jobs as it eyes UK growth.

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Deliveroo raises $275m to accelerate deliveries

Aug 05, 2016 02:11 pm

On-demand food delivery service Deliveroo has raised a $275m Series E investment led by Bridgepoint, DST Global and General Catalyst.

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Sharon Vosmek to investors: ‘Be instinctive, invest in women’

Aug 05, 2016 01:51 pm

“Shut your mouth and write the cheque,” said Sharon Vosmek, CEO of Astia, at the recent Inspirefest 2016, as she tackled the fact that just 7pc of venture capital investments went to women founders, and that a corresponding percentage of venture capital firms have women partners.

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‘Cat in a woodpile’ is the latest internet photo sensation – can you see it?

Aug 05, 2016 01:48 pm

It’s Friday, we’re all just counting down the hours till 5pm, so why not waste some time seeing if you can spot the cat in this photo of a pile of wood.

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Will Spotify’s Release Radar give it an edge over Apple Music?

Aug 05, 2016 01:37 pm

In the ongoing battle for ears and credit card numbers between upstart Apple Music and established streaming giant Spotify, a new front has opened – algorithmically-personalised playlists of new releases.

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RTÉ, TV3 and UTV Ireland jump on Sky Go bandwagon

Aug 05, 2016 01:28 pm

Sky has secured a prize catch in Ireland, securing local stations RTÉ, TV3 and UTV Ireland for its Sky Go package.

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PayPal releases ‘encouraging’ details of global demographics, with gains for women

Aug 05, 2016 01:02 pm

PayPal has, for the first time, released information about the demographic make-up of its 18,000-strong global workforce, stating that the company’s progress on diversity and inclusion is “encouraging”.

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Physicist-turned-writer gets to the heart of cities’ science

Aug 05, 2016 12:44 pm

Laurie Winkless is lifting the lid on cities, exploring the science of how they work – and the results are fascinating. Claire O’Connell reports.

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Take a tour of Facebook’s Area 404 laboratory (photos)

Aug 05, 2016 12:38 pm

Facebook has opened the doors of its Area 404 hardware labs, with the entire facility photographed for our pleasure.

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How data is supporting Team Ireland at the Olympics

Aug 05, 2016 11:50 am

Following a summer of smart use of sports data analysis, Emma Quinn finds out how Team Ireland is making use of data-driven insights for Rio 2016.

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