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But where will they all live? Prior to the unwelcome arrival of coronavirus, it used to be the question everyone asked whenever a major jobs announcem(...)

Revenue almost tripled last year at Mastercard Ireland to €177.8 million from €60.5 million in 2018

Mastercard, which earlier this year announced plans to create 1,500 additional new jobs locally, recorded a huge surge in revenues and profits at its (...)

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Ulster Bank has introduced Apple Pay to its business customers, integrating it across its Mastercard commercial cards, and Visa Debit cards. The syst(...)

A WeWork logo is seen outside its offices in San Francisco. Photograph: REUTERS/Kate Munsch/File Photo

WeWork is on track to have positive cash flow in 2021, a year ahead of schedule, after it cut its workforce by more than 8,000 people, renegotiated le(...)

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan said the State’s solid performance in attracting investment over the past five years had left it in a strong position. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Covid-19 is likely to hit the multinational investment that has created almost 250,000 jobs in the Republic, State agency IDA Ireland warned on Wedne(...)

Although around 50,000 of the cards have been issued over three years, they are generally used as a one-off.

More than 50,000 users of An Post Money’s Currency Card will regain access to funds after Britain’s financial watchdog lifted a ban on the payment act(...)

Events in Germany have led to Mastercards issued by Wirecard, which allow customers make purchases in 16 different currencies, to be effectively frozen. File photograph: Getty Images

An Post has moved to assure as many as 50,000 Irish customers who hold one of its prepaid foreign exchange Mastercards that they will be protected “wh(...)

An Post’s plans to enter the mortgage market in the first half of this year has been delayed as Covid-19 hit lenders.

An Post’s plans to enter the mortgage marketin the first half of this year has been delayed as Covid-19 hit lenders. Joe Brennan reports. As the cons(...)

Mastercard announced a significant expansion in the Republic in late February, with investments in its artificial intelligence, cyber security, blockchain and user-experience teams

Mastercard has said it intends to proceed with plans to create 1,500 jobs in Dublin over the next three to five years despite the Covid-19 crisis. Sp(...)

The Banking and Payments Federation of Ireland fears disruption with consumers reliant on online shopping during the health crisis.

Pressure is mounting on the Central Bank of Ireland to further delay the enforcement of new EU regulations aimed at making online payments more secure(...)

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