Irish cyber security firm Integrity360 to create 150 new jobs

Irish security firm Integrity360 is to create 150 new jobs at its headquarters in Sandyford, Dublin as the company looks to deal with strong demand for its services here and abroad.

Irish manufacturing growth hits four-month high in October

Irish manufacturing growth rebounded to a four-month high in October but growth in new export orders slowed as the country continued to feel the impact of Britain’s vote to leave the EU, a survey showed on Tuesday.

Global IT firm to create 150 new jobs in Ireland

Ireland is fast-emerging as a global centre for cyber-security as a leading IT protection firm confirmed it is to create 150 new jobs.

DAA to develop country’s fourth largest hotel at Dublin Airport site

The DAA is seeking expressions of interest for the development and operation of a new 402-bedroom four-star hotel at Terminal 2.

Over 100 inquiries to IDA since Leave vote

The IDA has had more than 100 Brexit-related inquiries from international investors in the wake of the Leave vote.

No breaks for the Border as SME owners are the first casualties of Brexit

Derry-based Nuprint Technologies is located just under 5km from the Border with Co Donegal.

Irish start-up Cubic Telecom to add 60 new jobs

Irish connectivity platform provider Cubic Telecom is to add 60 new jobs at its Dublin office over the next year, bringing its total headcount up to 140.

Bad news for drivers as motor insurance premiums are set to continue rising

THE average motor premium will go up by €130 by the middle of next year, as the insurance crisis continues.

New panel to settle construction disputes

Construction disputes are to be settled by a new third party “Adjudication Panel” which has been set up by the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland(SCSI).

EU harmonisation push tipped to shrink Irish corporate tax take

The EU has launched a corporate tax clampdown that could hit Ireland’s tax revenues.

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