Abtran

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Since March 2013, Abtran has received fees totalling €16.3 million for the operation of the local property tax helpline. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The outsourcing firm Abtran, which operates the helpline for the State’s local property tax (LPT), last year received fees from the Revenue Commission(...)

An average  145,000 vehicles travel along the M50 every day. Photograph: Alan Betson

A partnership of Irish company Abtran and French road-builder Vinci could make €373 million over 15 years for operating the tolling system on the Repu(...)

Abtran employs more than 2,000 people

Outsourcing company Abtran is to create 350 new jobs in Sligo as part of a new expansion. Abtran, which provides customer and business process manage(...)

Two losing bidders are contesting the award of a tender for tolling on the motorway. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Commercial Court is due to hear the first of two challenges to a €400 million motorway tolling contract awarded by National Roads Authority on Tue(...)

The Government’s decision to refund water charges is unlikely to have any immediate impact on jobs at the company contracted to conduct Irish Water’s (...)

A nighttime view of the Dylan Hotel in Dublin 4, which has received a €10m renovation.

The five-star boutique-style Dylan hotel in Dublin, developed a decade ago by Menolly homebuilder Seamus Ross, has completed a €10 million extension t(...)

 Tesla model X:  electric car maker opened its first Irish store last week. Photograph:  Vincent Isore/IP3/Getty Images

Data centre deal An investment group led by Irish entrepreneur Colm Piercy has bought a major US data centre company, reports the Sunday Independent.(...)

 “Just yesterday we saw an orchestrated attack on a lot of our Irish enterprise customers from a piece of Russian malware.” Photograph: iStockphoto

Big name companies in Ireland are being successfully hacked by criminals between two and seven times a week, according to a Cork-based security expert(...)

AA Ireland posted £13m (€16.8m) of operating profit in the year to the end of January on revenue of £38m

Roadside assistance and insurance provider AA plc confirmed on Tuesday that it is in talks to sell its Irish business. In a statement released Tues(...)

 Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Private equity fund Carlyle Cardinal Ireland has invested an undisclosed sum in Northern Ireland based e-learning company Learning Pool. The Derry-b(...)

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