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These maps show Ireland's third level spin-off companies - but what do they tell us?
How to: spin a company out of a third-level institute
What I learned: striving for the paperless classroom
The Big Idea: The Dublin education company building a global audience of 1 million students
SME Focus: Everything you need to know about innovation and SMEs
The Briefcase: The €1 trillion question, queues for houses, and the charm of Michael Noonan
Dundalk smarter homes start-up wins European business gong
Nama'd developer of Swords homes made €143 million loss in 2012
There's a new man in the saddle at Paddy Power
Ulster Bank is selling a massive €1.7 billion Irish loan book
New homes 'won't be built fast enough to keep a lid on prices'
We have the US and UK to thank for the strength of our services sector
Got €27 million to spare? Five star Adare Manor could be yours
Return of the old guard at Quinn Group as long-time stakeholders swoop on sales process
Michael Noonan's going on a European charm offensive worth hundreds of millions
Ireland's last home-owned record store is back in the black
Nosebleed office rents could force companies to 'fringe' of Dublin city centre
Ireland has a €12.5 billion problem mortgage mountain to climb
SME book club: lies, damned lies and blogging
This Galway husband and wife team found a new purpose for drones - saving lives
Tesco's position as top Irish supermarket choice is looking increasingly shaky
'Largest ever' fundraising campaign planned for Mayo craft distillery
Good news: the manufacturing sector just hit 15 year highs
Pressure is mounting on Mario Draghi to turn on the cash taps
Irish aversion to debt is "most disappointing" aspect of recovery
The Briefcase: The biggest landlord in the land, wage rows and Limerick's new oil barons
Nama's €211 million deal this morning has made this company Ireland's largest landlord
The new owner of these Dublin apartments is paying €25 million just to finish them off
Americans are acquiring a taste for Jameson - but it's not so bright at home
142 registrations drive 'exceptional' consumer spending last month
Canny punters give Paddy's profits a €34 million kicking
Independent News and Media sees headline profits surge
Irish households pay just under 24% in tax, a new study says
13.4% jump in prices means we have a 'frothy' property market - but is it a bubble?
The SFA is warning the new small business minister to steer clear of wage hikes
An average Irish hotel room is used about 220 nights of the year
Ryanair has taken the wraps off its business class 'goodies' (but there's no little blue curtain)
Show me the money: the reality of investment in Irish tech
A Limerick company could have found $10 billion worth of oil in Tunisia
UK sales are saving Kingspan's profits with Irish revenues static