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US call centre merger affects 3,600 workers in Northern Ireland. Photograph: Getty

A proposed $2.4 billion corporate acquisition in the United States by Synnex could be create the North’s largest call centre operator, according to se(...)

Concentrix senior vice president Philip Cassidy (left)  and president Chris Caldwell at the opening of the global business services company’s new  facility at Maysfield, Belfast. Photograph: Darren Kidd/Press Eye

Concentrix, the American business services company, says its new £14 million purpose-built facility in the heart of Belfast, which it officially opene(...)

Dark days in Belfast: Brexit referendum result has potential to create shock waves in the North. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Just 10 days ago Mike Thomson was happily converting Parisians to the delights of his Young Buck cheese and dreaming of a Northern Ireland victory at (...)

Queen’s University Belfast: Chris Caldwell believes Northern Ireland needs to direct more investment into the education system to produce graduates with the right types of skills for industry and business.

Unemployed graduates in the North will get a chance to apply this week for a place at a contemporary pop-up style academy that promises the prospect o(...)

First Minister Peter Robinson and the deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness  with Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster and senior vp of Concentrix Philip Cassidy. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye

CIARA O’BRIEN Technology companies announced more than 1,000 jobs across Ireland yesterday. US software group(...)

US software company Concentrix has confirmed it is to create around 1,000 jobs in Belfast. This more than dou(...)