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Dublin is now among the top 50 most expensive cities in which to do business, report finds

Dublin was ranked among the top 50 most expensive cities in the world and moved up 10 spots from its position last year, which...

Tesco reports 4.4% rise in sales in its Irish stores

Tesco said it recorded a 4.4% rise in like-for-like sales in Ireland over the past three months on the back of easing inflation.In a...

US fintech company to create 54 jobs in Limerick

US fintech company North American Bancard (NAB) has chosen Limerick city as the location of its new centre-of-excellence which will create 54 new jobs.The...

C&C boss resigns after €17m costs failed to be detected in Ireland following ‘accounting mistakes’

C&C boss Patrick McMahon has resigned from the top job after the Bulmers cider, Five Lamps ale, and Tennent’s lager maker belatedly discovered a...

Intel to sell 49% of its Irish factory for €10.1bn

Intel has entered a deal to sell 49% of its facility in Kildare for more than €10bn.In a statement, Intel said it had entered...

Profits decline by 41% to €40.9m at Irish arm of Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct

Pre-tax profits at the Irish arm of British billionaire Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct, Frasers and BrandMax stores last year declined by 41% to €40.9m.New...

Software engineer tops list for graduate jobs in Ireland

The role of a software engineer is the top job for new graduates in Ireland, showing the strong demand for highly skilled workers across...

Future of rural broadband provider Imagine in doubt with company facing ‘persistent challenges’

The future of the rural broadband provider Imagine “remains uncertain” as it faces “serious” and “persistent challenges” in a difficult and uncompetitive market, the...

US engineering firm Jacobs to create 100 new jobs in Ireland

US engineering firm Jacobs has announced plans to create 100 new jobs following the opening of its new Irish headquarters. The new offices located in...

Logistics firm Primeline creates 400 new Irish jobs

Primeline Logistics announced it will create 400 new jobs through the opening of its €50m distribution facility in Meath.The supply chain company, which is...

Paddy Power owner Flutter does not anticipate ‘significant’ job losses in Ireland as it evolves its online offering

Paddy Paddy owner Flutter said it did not envisage “significant” job losses in Ireland, as the betting giant continues to move more operations online.Speaking...

Some 175 Irish jobs at risk as Indeed announces second round of global layoffs

Some 175 Irish positions at job search company Indeed have been put at risk as part of a second round of global layoffs facing...

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