An Irish tech company has just been snapped up by Intel

Irish tech firm Movidius has been acquired by Intel for an undisclosed fee, however the company was said to be valued at around €200m early last year.

Our service exports fall as sterling hits orders

Export orders in Ireland’s services sector dropped to a five-month low as a result of fewer orders from the UK due to the weakening in sterling, a survey has found.

Hogan: Apple debacle ‘won’t have any impact’ on foreign investment

EU Commissioner Phil Hogan flatly rejected suggestions that Brussels is trying to exert influence over Ireland’s tax policy through the Euro 19bn Apple tax demand.

Ireland is ‘especially exposed’ to another financial shock – says Central Bank

Ireland remains especially exposed to another financial shock because of the high levels of public and private debt, the open nature of the economy, and Brexit, Central Bank Governor Philip Lane has said.

Ireland should remain attractive even after Apple windfall – global ratings agency

Ireland should remain an attractive location for multinationals even if the State were to ultimately take up to €13bn in takes from Apple, global ratings agency Fitch has said.

Irish Stock Exchange reports ‘exceptional’ year as profits rise 25pc

Trading on the Irish Stock Exchange reached record levels last year as profits at the firm increased by 25pc to €6.7m.

O’Leary blames DAA for Ryanair decision to cut Dublin capacity

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has insisted that the airline’s growth at Dublin Airport has not “topped out” following a decision to cut capacity at the capital next summer.

An application has been made to build nearly 500 new apartments in south Dublin

Apartment leasing agency IRES Reit has submitted an application for the construction of 492 new apartments as well as ground floor retail and commercial space in South Dublin.

‘No one did anything wrong here and Ireland is being picked on… It is total political crap’ – Apple chief Tim Cook

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has angrily dismissed Brussels’ tax accusations as “political crap”, suggesting that Ireland is being “picked on” and is a pawn in a wider European Commission agenda to harmonise taxes across the EU.

Ireland’s craft beer scene is booming, but don’t expect a brewery buying spree

Six years and €45m since its entry into the market Molson Coors has established itself as the third-biggest brewer in the country. The firm, which has Canadian, Carling, and Blue Moon among its brands, has increased its sales nearly ten-fold […]

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