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A view of the planned development Charlemont Square, in Dublin 2.

Online retailing giant Amazon is believed to be close to signing up for a significant amount of space at the 18,580sq m (200,000sq ft) Charlemont Squ(...)

Columbia Mills

The historic, 1890s-built Columbia Mills building at 14-15 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin 2 is on the market with vacant possession through agent (...)

HubSpot has more than 48,000 customers in over 100 countries

The Irish subsidiary of US marketing software company HubSpot, which employs more than 500 people locally, recorded a surge in revenues last year. Ne(...)

Some of the “DubSpot” team which helped build ServiceHub

Marketing software firm HubSpot, which employs just over 500 people in Ireland, has introduced a new product line developed in Dublin. Service Hub (p(...)

There are excellent opportunities for the current crop of graduates. Photograph: iStockphoto

The class of 2010 can only look on in quiet rage: more than 75 per cent of employers plan to give their staff pay rises this year, according to a rece(...)

The product team in “DubSpot” now comprises more than 70 employees, including engineers, product managers and designers

Marketing software firm HubSpot, which currently employs 320 people in Ireland, is introducing a new product line developed by its Dublin employees. I(...)

The United States now offers the greatest opportunity for Ireland to thrive in a post-Brexit global economy. Photograph: iStock

The political and social ties binding Ireland and the US may on the surface appear weaker since both nations ushered in new political leaders. The rea(...)

When tech workers reach the age of 45 they see the number of jobs they are offered drop, according to tech recruitment platform Hired.

Bob Crum finally bailed out of the tech industry last year, after four decades working for Silicon Valley companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Sun Micro(...)

HubSpot’s accounts show it employed 214 people in Ireland last year, up from 135 in 2015.

The Irish subsidiary of US marketing software firm HubSpot saw losses rise by 94 per cent last year despite turnover jumping to €42.7 million Latest (...)

Joe McGinley, chief executive of  Iconic Offices and Kevin Nolan,  chief executive Hibernia Reit: Hibernia said on Friday the partnership with Iconic Offices had commenced trading in April.

Property company Hibernia Reit has let a further 21,500sq ft of office space in Dublin’s docklands to two companies. HubSpot, a provider of inbound (...)

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