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Accenture to add 300 jobs in Dublin as ‘The Dock’ officially opened

Consultancy giant Accenture is to add 300 jobs to its Dublin operation in a move that will increase the size of the firm’s headcount in the capital to 2,500.

Revenue issues warning about latest email scam to hit inboxes

Revenue Commissioners have issued a warning about the latest email scam to hit people’s inboxes.

Nama surplus to bring final bailout bill ‘below €30bn’

The total cost of the bank bailout is now likely to fall “comfortably” below €30bn, taking into account a surplus from Nama, Investec’s Philip O’Sullivan said yesterday.

Gibraltar insurance regulator insists its standards as high as those in Ireland, after concerns raised

GIBRALTAR’S top insurance regulator has insisted that companies there operate at the same standard as others in the EU, including Ireland.

KBC Bank confirms it will stay in Ireland, and will look at possible acquisitions

KBC Bank said it will look at buying bank or insurance businesses here after taking a decision to remain in the Irish market. Ulster Bank and Permanent TSB have long been tipped as potential tie-up partners for KBC Ireland. A […]

Ex-CRH boss Myles Lee joins UDG board

Former CRH chief executive Myles Lee is joining the board of UDG Healthcare as a non-executive director. He’ll take up the role in April.

EU faces new crisis over ‘explosive’ Greek debts, warns IMF

THE EU faces a crisis that threatens the sustainability of the eurozone after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned that Greece’s debts are on an “explosive” path despite years of austerity measures and economic reforms.

A fifth of EU banking may shift here after Brexit

Almost a fifth of wholesale finance activity within the European Union could shift to Ireland after Brexit, a Brussels-based think tank has projected.

Le Pen euro pledge weighs on markets

European stocks drifted lower on Monday as investors turned cautious on the region’s assets, including bonds and the euro, as their focus shifted to potential political risks.

Profits down 36pc to €16m at Symantec

Pre-tax profits at the Irish arm of online security firm Symantec last year decreased by 36pc to €16m.

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