Tag Archives: Dublin

30Jun/23

CEOs & Prominent SMB Entrepreneurs Share Their Inspirational Stories in New TriNet Original Series “Leading with Passion”

TriNet (NYSE: TNET), a leading provider of comprehensive human resources solutions for small and medium-size businesses (SMBs), today announced the launch of its new interview series “Leading with Passion” hosted by Pamela Rucker, Instructor of Professional Development Programs at Harvard University. Each of the seven, 40-minute episode features in-depth discussions between Rucker and innovative CEOs and entrepreneurs who have utilized their unique business expertise to improve people’s lives and make a difference. Continue reading

13Jan/23

2022 wasn’t the year of Cleopatra – so why was she the most viewed page on Wikipedia?

Taha Yasseri, University College Dublin

At the end of every year, I gather statistics on the most viewed Wikipedia articles of the year. This helps me, a computational social scientist, understand what topics captured the most attention and gives me a chance to reflect on the major public events of the year. I try to use data to determine how the public (and more specifically here, English-language Wikipedia readers) will collectively remember the past year.

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12Oct/22

Zambia Diesel Genset Market Size and Share Analysis Report 2022-2030 Featuring Atlas Copco, Kohler, Cummins, Caterpillar, & Aggreko – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Zambia Diesel Genset Market Size and Share Analysis by Power Rating, Application – Forecast to 2030” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

“Zambia Diesel Genset Market Size and Share Analysis by Power Rating, Application – Forecast to 2030”

In 2021, the Zambia diesel genset market accounted for $13,762.1 thousand revenue, which is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 4.9% from 2021 to 2030. Continue reading

01Aug/22

Animated Irish Movie Portrays U.S. Tech Moguls On Dublin Pub Crawl


The new film takes place during the dying days of Trump’s presidency and portrays a doomed Dublin pub crawl conducted by a group of American tech moguls, prohibited from visiting one another’s European HQs during the early days of Covid-19 but urgently needing to agree on whether or not to sign a critical EU agreement. Continue reading