Computer maker Hewlett Packard has confirmed that it will add about 100 new jobs at the company’s new research and development centre in Galway.  File photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Computer maker Hewlett Packard has confirmed that it will add about 100 new jobs at the company’s new research and development centre in Galway. The c(...)

A changing landscape

QUINNSWORTH: The supermarket chain’s founder Pat Quinn became a recognisable face across Ireland when he appeared in countless television ads weari(...)

It was heart warming and encouraging last week to see the smiling faces of three Cork schoolgirls, beaming because they had just been awarded first pl(...)

Katyln Keating (11); Martin Murphy, MD of HP Ireland; Cathriona Hallahan, MD of Microsoft Ireland; Minister for Education and Skills Ruairí Quinn TD ; and 5th class student Cian Mooney from Sacred Heart Senior National School, Killinarden, Tallaght as their school was named Ireland’s first ‘Digital School of Distinction’. Photograph:Naoise Culhane

The future is digital as primary schools around the State begin to sign up for an ambitious programme that will see computers become a natural part of(...)

Ulster Bank, which announced 950 job losses in January 2012, said a further 350 positions will be lost as a result of the decision to close more branches.

Announcements of further branch closures by Ulster Bank yesterday along with the loss of a call centre contract by Hewlett-Packard could lead to up t(...)

Up to 280 jobs will be lost after a client of HP Ireland decided to switch support services provider.

CIARA O’BRIENUp to 280 jobs at HP Ireland are to go after the company lost a contract with a major client. The move will mean the closure of a support(...)