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(...)

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(...)

Some 128 acres at six sites in commuter towns close to Dublin were placed on the market in February at €44.75 million.

Ardstone Capital is believed to have been chosen as preferred bidder by Nama for development assets connected with David Daly’s Albany Group. Some 1(...)

Lisney has taken on the sale of Marshfield House, an elegant three-storey house with frontage on to the Liffey in Leixlip, Co Kildare. The six-bedr(...)

Con Colbert: watched by the police in February 1916

February 9th, 1916 Dublin Metropolitan Police report: “I beg to report that on the 9th Inst., the undermentioned extremists were observed moving abo(...)

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich is trying to navigate the company away from a reliance on PCs, in which its microprocessors and chips have been stable features over the last four decades. Photograph: John Mabanglo/EPA

Intel’s profits for the final quarter of last year beat Wall Street’s expectations, but revenue projections that fell short sent the company’s shares (...)

The wax model of Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams in the studio of sculptor PJ Heraghty. The model will complete the Good Friday Agreement installation at the Dublin Wax Museum. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

There’s a headless body at the bottom of PJ Hegarty’s garden in Leixlip. The head that should be attached to the body is to be found nearby, impaled (...)

The man was arrested at about 4pm and was held under Section 30 of the Offences against the State Act.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A 61-year-old man arrested in Co Kildare on Monday after a shotgun was waved at workmen has been released from custody. The man, who held the firearm(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly ruled that none of the four men had made out an arguable defence to the bank’s claim entitling them to a full hearing.

Businessman James Mansfield jnr has lost his appeal against summary judgment orders for some €6.32 million against him and others over unpaid loans to(...)

Nama has briefed the Department of Finance on potential inducements for its debtors. Photograph: Frank Miller /	THE IRISH TIMES

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is preparing to offer financial incentives to property developers in an attempt to stop its debtors dec(...)