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 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(...)

“Abtran is a reputable, law- abiding and entirely legitimate operation. It is not using the BVI to evade tax; it pays its taxes in Ireland. It is quite upfront about the reasons why it is now owned by a BVI company: secrecy.”

Whenever a new government emerges, it should adopt a simple principle: no public money should go to companies registered in tax havens. The Panama Pap(...)

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney: “I don’t think that anybody in Fine Gael wants to be in government with Michael Lowry or any other Independent”

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney has said he would not be happy to rely on the support of Independent TD Michael Lowry to get back into governme(...)

Centra in Terenure, Dublin. The group currently employs about 11,000 people across 460 stores nationwide and claims to serve over three million customers per week

Centra has reported record sales of €1.54 billion for 2015 as it announced the creation of up to 480 new jobs as part of a €16 million investment that(...)

Catherine Murphy said there were “obvious questions of probity”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Questions have been raised about the awarding of the call service contract for Irish Water to Cork-based company Abtran. Social Democrats TD Catheri(...)

 Social Democrats TD Catherine Murphy said there were “obvious questions of probity” in the awarding of an Irish Water contract to Abtran. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Questions have been raised about the awarding of the call service contract for Irish Water to Cork-based company Abtran. Social Democrats TD Catheri(...)

The health insurer paid €6.4 million in wages and salaries to its 114 staff last year, with total staff remuneration running to €10m

Aviva Health paid a dividend of €11 million to its shareholders in 2014, according to accounts just filed by the Irish company. The health insurer, w(...)

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