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German banker  claims Department of Finance is slowing its planned entry to the Irish mortgage market

In an interview with the Sunday Independent, a project manager for Germany’s biggest bank, Sparkasse, claims the Department of Finance is slowing its (...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar gets into the spirit of things at Dublin (P)ride! Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Stephen’s Green was a riot of glitterbeards, rainbow facepaint and all manner of colourful costumes as thousands thronged the city centre for the annu(...)

Dublin may harbour ambitions to be a leading tech hub but its failure to attract senior IT professionals means it has a long way to go before it is co(...)

It will be important to highlight Dublin’s strengths if it’s going to compete against other European cities in the battle to convince multinational companies to set up here. Photograph: iStock

“Alea iacta est.” Thus spake Julius Caesar as he led his armies across the Rubicon river in northern Italy to march on Rome and do battle with Pompey.(...)

Indeed president Chris Hyams: “What has drawn us to Dublin is the incredible diversity in the workforce.” Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

“I told them it was a dumb idea, it would never work.” Now, however, Indeed president Chris Hyams says he may have been wrong about an idea suggested (...)

Indeed President Chris Hyams, Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA, Vice President Sales EMEA Gerard Murnaghan. Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Recruitment website Indeed is set to almost double headcount at its European headquarters in Dublin by taking on an additional 500 staff over the next(...)

A survey of 1,002 US technology workers found that 24 per cent said they felt they had been discriminated against at their current companies due to their race, gender, age, religion or sexual orientation

In a survey released on Tuesday by job site indeed.com, about a quarter of US workers in the technology sector, which has faced criticism for a lack o(...)

Hugh Callaghan, cyber security leader of EY Ireland: “Irish businesses are still playing catch-up with cyber criminals.”

Irish companies are “woefully unprepared” for a major new EU-wide data protection law, which comes into effect next year, a leading IT expert has warn(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Indeed employees at the announcement that the company was to create 300 new jobs in November 2015. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Jobs advertisement website Indeed, which announced plans to more than double the size of its workforce in Ireland late last year, recorded an 83 per c(...)

Donald Trump with retired US army general Michael Flynn during the campaign. The “widely unexpected” election result has led to a surge in those looking for work outside of the US. Photograph: Reuters/Mike Segar

Donald Trump’s election has triggered a spike in the number of US-based people seeking jobs in Ireland. US searches on recruitment website Indeed. c(...)

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