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Join over 1000 delegates at the annual IT Food and Drink Summit in Birmingham

The Food and Drink IT Summit’s annual gathering will be taking place on July 5th in the Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. The Summit will provide a timely platform to discuss and

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Irish IT company creating 35 new jobs for Dublin

Arkphire, the Irish IT consulting and managed services company has announced that it has acquired networking solution provider, Bootstrap for an undisclosed sum. The aquisition will combine the two companies into a single,

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SuperValu creating 60 jobs for Kildare

SuperValu has announced that it will be creating 60 new jobs with its new store in Kilcock, Co Kildare. The €7 million, 12,000 square foot store will be located in The Square

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90 jobs lost in Co Westmeath

Imperial Tobacco is closing its manufacturing facility in Mullingar, Co Westmeath with the loss of nearly 90 jobs. The company said it expects most of its employees will leave over the next

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New Study Shows That Workers Expect to Change Rolls After Two Years

As a result of a recent study, it was found than many Irish people feel the need to change jobs in order to gain new skills, gain new experience, and stay up to date in a rapidly changing world.

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Irish-Based Oil and Gas Explorer Drills in West Africa

Tullow, an Irish oil and gas explorer stated that its project in West Africa is on schedule. The Ten project, based in Ghana, is expected to see oil within the next three weeks.

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Masonite Ireland creating 30 new jobs for Leitrim

Masonite Ireland has announced that it will be creating 30 additional jobs at its plant in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co.Leitrim. The company currently employs 143 staff at its Co Leitrim plant and is hoping

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AA Ireland sold to Carlyle Cardinal Ireland for €156.6m

AA Ireland has been sold to Carlyle Cardinal Ireland in partnership with Carlyle Global Financial Services Partners for €156.6m, which includes consideration for cash left on the balance sheet. AA employs 430 people in

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Dalata begins operating on the Dublin and London Stock Markets

Hotel operator Dalata has begun operating on the main markets of the London and Dublin stock exchanges. Trading in the group’s stock commenced at 8am with shares cancelled on the

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Bidding Settled for New Luas Project

A €368m cross-city Luas line bid was settled in a High Court challenge during the process of settling the contract.

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Enterprise Ireland Plans Advising Event

Enterprise Ireland plans to pull its global staff back to Ireland in order to assist exporters in finding new markets as a way to put less reliance on the UK.

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Government Negotiates for Lower Drug Prices

Over the next four years, the State plans to cut the amount it pays for medication by €775 million.

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100 news jobs to be created at Accounting Technicians Ireland

Ireland’s first ever apprenticeship program for accountants is set to start in Ireland creating 100 new jobs. The inaugural Accounting Technician Apprenticeship will be offered to both young school leavers

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Government launches new €1.9m initiative to attract tech talent to Ireland

The government has launched a new initiative that will see €1.9m invested into attracting top tech talent to Ireland. Tech/Life Ireland, a new national initiative to brand Ireland as a top

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Next Generation Recruitment creating 80 jobs for Dublin and Krakow

Next Generation Recruitment has announced that it will be creating 80 new jobs in Dublin and Krakow over the next two years. The jobs will be aimed at technical professionals, with the

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Applicants for Clerical Positions has risen to 30,000

Basic clerical positions have risen to about 30,000, which is the most since 1993.

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Brexit Hits Irish Stock Market

Many of Ireland’s largest companies are seeing downgraded stock ratings as recent analysts are predicting lower earnings as a result of the Brexit.

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Minister Naughten Awards €20m in Community Energy Grants

Denis Naughten T.D., Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment has announced that 38 community energy projects are to receive €20m in grant funding through the Better Energy Communities scheme

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Irish Business Sectors Consider how Brexit will Affect Trade

The business sector in Ireland is preparing for the blows that the economy will face after hearing the results of the Brexit vote.

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35 jobs losts at Hacketts bookmakers as it goes into liquidation

Hacketts bookmakers are to close its 18 shops after the directors of Hacketts bookmakers decided to place the business in liquidation with the loss of 35 jobs. The bookmakers said

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Cork-based jobs may be at risk in PCH

Cork Headquartered company PCH has said it may need to cut some of its workforce as part of efforts to shed 1,500 jobs globally. Company founder and chief executive Liam

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National Life Sciences and Engineering Expo 2016

Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Keynote speaker at The National Life Sciences & Engineering Expo 2016 Mullingar Chamber of Commerce hosts The National Life Sciences

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e ShopWorld Creates Jobs in Dublin

e ShopWorld recently announced that they will be creating over 60 jobs in Ireland.

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Thermo Fisher Scientific and NIBRT Announce Scientific Collaboration for Biopharmaceutical Characterisation

Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, and the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) today

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Over 900 jobs recorded in Irish Spin-out companies last year

Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI) launched its Annual Review ahead of the KTI Impact Awards taking place on 23rd June. The

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Pilz Ireland acquires site to build a campus supporting expansion of operations in Ireland

Operating in Ireland since 1998 Automation Technology company Pilz Ireland has recently finalised the purchase of a site adjacent to

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Apple Under Audit by the Irish DPC

Helen Dixon, an Irish Data Protection Commissioner, will be leading a privacy audit on Apple due to the concern of a potential risk that users of Apple devices might face.

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A New Supercomputer is Created in Ireland

Ireland has a new fastest supercomputer, owned by an unnamed software company. The computer was made by Hewlett-Packard and it runs at about 365.9 Teraflops per second.

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Twitters users less likely to support Brexit, say Irish data scientists

Researchers at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics have analysed 1.5m tweets mentioning the UK’s referendum on Europe over the

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Enterprise Ireland Considers the Effects of Brexit

According to the head of Enterprise Ireland, no matter what the result of the Brexit vote is, the company still plans to work with Irish exporters.

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Ferrero Ireland Reports Rise in Profits

The Irish branch of Ferrero, the Italian producer of Nutella, chocolate praline and Kinder Eggs, saw a rise in profits by 34% this year

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Liberty Insurance Plans to Cut Jobs in Dublin

Liberty Insurance officials plan to cut 70 jobs in Dublin due to office redundancies.

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Hainan Airlines Discusses Direct Flights From Dublin to China

Hainan Airlines is investigating the potential for direct flights from Dublin to China.

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Minister Simon Coveney T.D. Launches €1 million THINKTECH initiative to use technology for social good in Ireland

THINKTECH, a €1 million project to support and grow ideas for a better Ireland, was today officially launched at The

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Residential Flooding Halt’s Construction on Wind Farm

Roscommon deputy, Michael Fitzmaurice stated that the construction will not continue until the investigation is complete.

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Dart Expansion Requires Space at Dublin Airport

Don Cunningham, the Irish Rail’s director of infrastructure stated that the Dublin Airport needs to set aside a space for the Dart line.

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Irish Research Council to Announce Partnership with European Space Agency

The Irish Research Council will announce details of a new partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) tomorrow, Tuesday, 21st

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Organizations Save Millions in Taxes by Booking Sales in Ireland

After recent studies of tax affairs, it was found that Microsoft saves €127m in taxes each year by booking sales through Ireland.

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CoderDojo Hosts Coolest Projects Awards at the RDS

This past weekend, the RDChosted the fifth CoderDojo Coolest Projects Awards.

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Stephen McIntyre Leaves Twitter

Stephen McIntyre, managing director of Twitter in Ireland, announced that he is stepping down from his position.

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Eurofin Lancaster announces 500 new jobs for Waterford

Eurofin Lancaster has announced that it will be creating 160 for Waterford. The jobs will be created over the next

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Poundland Plans Growth in Midst of Takeover

The discount retailer, Dealz plans to open 20 new shops in Ireland in the next year even though profits are at a low at Poundland.

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Hundreds of jobs at risk in Athlone and Dublin

Hundreds of jobs could be at risk in Athlone and Dublin if Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson goes ahead with its plans

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Sportlomo creating 25 new jobs for Mayo

Sportlomo, is to create 25 new jobs for Co Mayo, following a €270,000 angel investment from West by Northwest. The

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Metabolomic Diagnostics raises $2 million in funding

Cork based company Metabolomic Diagnostics has raised an additional $2 million in venture funding. The funding will help the biotec company to

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Poor Broadband Harms Small Buisnesses

According to a recent survey, nearly 1/5th of small enterprises in Ireland do not have an online presence.

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Taoiseach opens new €150 million Google data centre in Dublin

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D., officially opened Google’s new €150 million data centre in West Dublin today. This is Google’s second

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ZELTIQ® Aesthetics, Inc. to establish European manufacturing facility in Galway

ZELTIQ® Aesthetics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZLTQ), a medical technology company focused on developing and commercializing products utilizing its proprietary controlled-cooling technology,

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Ireland Seeks Footing in Solar Energy

While there has been progress in utilizing sustainable energy in the EU through hydro, wind and solar energy, Ireland doesn’t qualify for subsidy in the use of solar energy.

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Turkey Approves the Import of Irish Cattle

While Irish beef farmers were fearing the affects of the rising herd numbers, agents from Turkey bought thousands of live cattle.

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100 new jobs by Lifesciences technologies company Surmodics

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD announced yesterday the creation of 100 new jobs by Lifesciences

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PwC Survey Shows Potential Setback in the Construction Industry

A new survey by the pwc shows that many leaders in the construction industry believe that their business would suffer if Britain left the European Union.

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Digital Global Summit 2017 will be Hosted in Dublin

    Digital Global Summit 2017 will be Hosted in Dublin

It has recently been announced that Dublin will host a new Digital Global Summit that will take place May 10th and the 11th of 2017.

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New Jobs in Research and Development in Galway

    New Jobs in Research and Development in Galway

Creagh Medical has announced that 100 jobs in research and development are being created in Galaway over the next five years.

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Netflix Raises Fees for Irish Users

    Netflix Raises Fees for Irish Users

As Netflix provides online video streaming to about 200,00 Irish viewers, the company has decided to implement higher prices in order to pay for new content.

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Actavo Hire & Sales Expands to Dublin

Today, Actavo Hire & Sales opened a new depot in Santry, Dublin.

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JCD Group Bringing Over 150 Jobs to Cork

New construction for a commercial property company is expected to create 150 jobs for Cork as they are looking for employees to run the new data center.

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Ulster Bank Announces RBS Winners

Today, Ulster Bank announced the winners of the RBS Skills and Opportunities Fund.

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