Photograph: Pichi Chuang/Reuters

Intel’s Irish staff are being told today if they are set to lose their jobs in a worldwide cutback that will see 12,000 employees shed from the compa(...)

Intel’s job-cuts plan comes as firm grapples with falling demand for personal computers and looks to refocus on more profitable business, such as cloud computing, which allows people and businesses store and access data online.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

Intel’s almost 5,200 Irish workers and long-term contractors are unlikely to learn for weeks the total number of jobs that will be lost across its op(...)

With the William Rowan Hamilton-inspired trophy for the US Ireland Research Innovation Awards were (from left): Mark Redmond, American Chamber; Laura Mahoney, Royal Irish Academy; Stephen Masterson, Ulster Bank and Anna Scally, KPMG.

A carbon-free electricity network for an American state, a low cost international money transfer system, faster drug development technologies, and adv(...)

 Intel in Leixlip: the company recently invested $5 billion (€4.4 billion) in upgrading the plant. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

When a company announces it is going to cut 11 per cent of its workforce, it is assumed that all parts of the business will feel the pinch. Intel did (...)

Intel confirmed Ireland would be impacted by the company cuts and that employees would be notified “within 72 hours of May 4th” in relation to job losses.  Photograph: Reuters

Hundreds of jobs are set to go at Intel’s Irish operations as part of a global restructuring by the computer chip giant. Staff are now awaiting detai(...)

Staff at Intel’s Irish operations will be given details about job losses next week. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Intel’s 5,000 Irish staff face job cuts and will be informed about the extent of the redundancies next week. Intel Ireland is included in a restruct(...)

Prof Linda Doyle: “There are seven billion people  and an average of seven connected things per person – that’s 50 billion things.” Photograph: Paul Sharp/SHARPPIX

The Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)-funded Connect Research Centre is working on solutions for a world where almost everything is connected. Headquar(...)

Andy McCue: got more than €3.7 million in salary, benefits and shares in 2015. Photograph: Gary O’Neill

Brexit This week marked the first full week of formal campaigning in the upcoming UK referendum on EU membership – and there was wall-to- wall covera(...)

At a time when Intel employees would no doubt welcome some comforting words, the failure of many of Ireland’s biggest mouthpieces to say anything at all is troubling

Ireland Inc’s biggest cheerleaders were unusually quiet following the news that Intel is to cut 12,000 jobs worldwide. IDA Ireland and the American Ch(...)

US tech giant Intel has announced plans to cut up to 12,000 jobs as it seeks to reorient its business to reduce dependence on the slumping personal computer market. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

IDA Ireland has an enviable track record when it comes to attracting big technology firms. And they don’t come much bigger than Intel, arguably the ag(...)