The EPA warned that even if Ireland’s current policies are fully implemented, the country looks set to only reduce emissions by up to 29pc by 2030.
Read more: Ireland set to significantly miss climate goals, EPA warns
Stripe said this programme will let platforms create their own credit cards for customers, providing new revenue streams and giving easier access to capital for smaller businesses.
Read more: Stripe launches credit card offering for platforms
Moran said he joins the World Meteorological Organization at ‘a serious juncture’ for world climate.
Read more: Met Éireann chief Eoin Moran elected vice-president of the WMO
A former executive at Amazon and Google, Irwin was responsible for content moderation on Twitter.
Read more: Twitter head of trust and safety Ella Irwin reportedly resigns
Rinki Sethi, VP and CISO at Bill, discusses her role and the importance of maintaining a strong cybersecurity strategy in today’s landscape.
Read more: Bill CISO: ‘Cybersecurity should be on every leader’s mind nowadays’
Prof Barry O’Sullivan of UCC told SiliconRepublic.com that the recent ‘scaremongering’ around AI distracts us from the real issues at hand.
Read more: Why claiming AI will cause human extinction is a bit of a stretch
BrightHR’s Thea Watson examines the evolving world of HR and why a strong people operations team is needed for a thriving workplace.
Read more: HR is vital for high-performing teams – here’s why
The acquisition of PFH, first announced two months ago, will help Tokyo-headquartered Ricoh Group to bring digital transformation to more clients.
Read more: Cork IT company PFH snapped up by Ricoh Europe
Dee Coakley of Boundless discusses the many challenges that face global remote working and how they can be overcome.
Read more: Overcoming disparities in global remote work
In a statement to investors, Microsoft vowed to dispute the draft decision and fine by the Irish DPC and ‘defend itself vigorously’ in case it becomes a final decision.
Read more: Microsoft says Irish DPC intends to slam LinkedIn with a $425m fine