Martin Shanahan

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IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan; he  said Pluralsight was experiencing “impressive growth”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Tech education company Pluralsight is to hire 150 people over the next three years to staff a new headquarters it will open in Dublin early next year.(...)

Guo Ping of Huawei and Dr Patrick Prendergast, provost of Trinity College. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said the company’s expanding Irish operations are a “strong endorsement of Ireland’s tech credentials”. Photograph: iStock

Chinese phone provider Huawei has partnered with Trinity College Dublin as it aims to grow its research and development (R&D) output in Ireland. (...)

Guo Ping, a deputy chairman of Chinese communicaitons giant Huawei and one of its rotating chief executives, who will  will sign a research collaboration accord with Trinity College  on Monday.

Monday December 11th Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Nov); US consumer inflation expectations (Nov). Meetings: Trinity and Huawei sign researc(...)

The jobs being create range from software development to sales. Photograph: iStock

Two tech companies have announced plans to create over 100 jobs in Ireland over the next few years, they said separately on Thursday. Italian data m(...)

Pictured at the jobs announcement are IT development centre leader Paul O’Dwyer, Minister of State for Employment Pat Breen and Equifax interim chief information officer  Mark Rohrwasser.

US technology group Equifax is to almost double its Irish workforce with the addition of 150 new jobs next year. The company, which is headquartered (...)

Wasdell will establish a packaging, test and distribution centre in Dundalk with the support of the IDA. Photograph: iStock

The creation of 340 new jobs in Ireland was announced by separate companies on Monday. UK pharmaceutical company Wasdell said it would create 300 jobs(...)

Martin Shanahan of the IDA Ireland speaking with a robot at the press conference to announce details of the 2016 results for the Authority at Dublin’s Convention Centre in January.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ireland paid almost €93 million in grant aid last year to support employment from foreign direct investment enterprise. Figures released by the Indus(...)

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said IBM “has a long history in Ireland”.

Tech consultancy giant IBM is to create 150 highly-skilled digital jobs over the next two years in a new Dublin facility. The new “digital delivery c(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Apple chief executive Tim Cook at Apple’s headquarters in California last week.

Apple was aware of proposed changes to Ireland’s planning laws that would see data centres treated a strategic infrastructure before a crucial meeting(...)

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan    admitted that doubts about Apple’s commitment to building the data centre in Athenry had mounted over recent months as the delays in the planning process continued. File photograph: Alan Betson

The prospect that Apple will ever build its long-delayed €850million data centre in the fields of Athenry has receded after the head of the IDA confir(...)

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