Glanbia and pay, LogMeIn’s 200 new jobs, and Stripe acquires Irish start-up

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Siobhan Talbot, group managing director of Glanbia Plc. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Siobhan Talbot, group managing director of Glanbia Plc. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

 

Glanbia faces a number of large investors voting at its AGM next week against its move to increase the salary of chief executive Siobhan Talbot by 22 per cent. Joe Brennan reports.

US tech company LogMeIn is to more than double headcount at its Irish operations over the next three to five years with the creation of 200 new jobs. Charlie Taylor has the details.

Stripe, the Silicon Valley company founded by Limerick-born brothers Patrick and John Collison, has acquired Irish start-up Touchtech Payments for an undisclosed sum. Charlie Taylor reports.

In her weekly column, Karlin Lillington looks at the contentious issues of data portability and interoperability and how regulators should deal with them.

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