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(...)

Montevetro in docklands: occupied by Google.

Dublin’s tallest planned office block, the 73m Exo at Point Village, recently got the green light from Dublin City Council – even though a building of(...)

Communities such as those living near Cork Harbour should be protected by legislation limiting the number of times planning applications can be made for major infrastructural projects that impact on their lives, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has said. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins.

Communities such as those living near Cork Harbour should be protected by legislation limiting the number of times planning applications can be made f(...)

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(...)

EirGen, which focuses on the development and commercial supply of specialised oncology products for global markets, was acquired by Opko last year for $135 million

It was a good day on the jobs front yesterday with 300 new positions announced by two US companies in Dublin and Waterford. Healthcare firm Opko, h(...)

“There is no perceived change in market sentiment towards Ireland either from the election results, the lack of a government or Brexit,” Mr Noonan said. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Joe Brennan, Mark Hilliard Ireland’s ongoing efforts to form a government have had no impact on market sentiment to date, Minister for Finance Micha(...)

Search Optics provides an integrated digital marketing platform, primarily used by car manufacturers such as Ford, Jaguar and Honda

US digital marketing firm Search Optics is to create 100 jobs in Dublin over the next two years, the company said on Thursday. The announcement was m(...)

Prof  Patrick Prendergast: “So much of the tech industry is going on here. Google, Facebook, Twitter, Airbnb – and it’s all right beside where we have our technology and enterprise centre.” Photograph: The Irish Times

Trinity College Dublin is drawing up plans to expand its campus into the heart of the “silicon docks” area of Dublin populated by Google, Facebook and(...)

The jobs at the facility will consist of ‘highly skilled and full time in the areas of R&D, operations, technical staff, engineering and construction’

Pharma group Shire is create 400 jobs in Co Meath over the next four years as part of a $400 million investment in the Republic. The company said it (...)