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# currencyfair - Thursday 3 August, 2017

'So much of fintech is people giving stuff away for free. It's not sustainable'

Brett Meyers of CurrencyFair tells us what sector he thinks is the most over-hyped.

# currencyfair - Tuesday 25 August, 2015

What life’s like running this Irish company after it was taken over for €115 million

Dublin’s Realex Payments was sold to a billion-dollar US firm in March.

# currencyfair - Wednesday 10 June, 2015

These were the 5 biggest deals for Irish startups early this year

Investors have put nearly €120 million into the sector in the first three months of 2015.

# currencyfair - Tuesday 26 May, 2015

A fast-growing Irish company has its sights on $100 billion in currency deals

Competition is heating up in the foreign-exchange trade.

# currencyfair - Sunday 19 April, 2015

Here's everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about startup cash, Tesco’s dethroning and a Kildare village for sale.

# currencyfair - Thursday 16 April, 2015

This man's company just raised millions in funding - so he's hiring 50 staff

Dublin-based CurrencyFair plans to double its workforce this year.

# currencyfair - Saturday 31 January, 2015

Here are some really good ways to get staff to do what you want (without forcing them)

For January’s in-depth coverage of SMEs, we looked at the importance of setting goals and getting staff working together.

# currencyfair - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

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Business Poll: What is the best way to keep staff motivated on the job?

Is it all about the money? Or is having a happy workplace and a good boss more important?

# currencyfair - Sunday 18 January, 2015

What I Learned: Saving expats a small fortune wiring their cash back home

The banking crisis finally got people angry enough to take their business elsewhere.