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31-36 Goldene Lane, Dublin 2

Irish property investment and development group Mm Capital has sold an office block in Dublin 2 to the German investment fund KGAL at a handsome profi(...)

The new office can hold up to 300 people.

Technology firm New Relic has opened its new European headquarters in Dublin, providing it with space to increase its staff total to 300. The compan(...)

Golden Lane, Dublin 2: The lease will be guaranteed by New Relic Inc, a Nasdaq-listed stock exchange company

Irish property investment group Mm Capital is seeking in excess of €25.5 million for an office investment at 31-36 Golden Lane in Dublin 2 only four m(...)

CBRE Ireland head of research Marie Hunt: “A heightened perception of risk has negatively impacted demand for secondary assets of late.”

Momentum has been slow in the commercial property market over the opening months of 2017 with few large assets launched for sale and not a huge volume(...)

Facebook is to seek a further office block of 7,432-9,290sq m (80,000-100,000sq ft) in Dublin by 2018 – sufficient space to accommodate a further 700-plus workers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Demand for office space in Dublin is now running at its strongest level for years even before a range of banks and financial institutions decide if t(...)

Online marketplace Etsy set up its Irish operation in 2013. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images
Starting up for global success

The stereotypical view of an FDI company is of a large global enterprise which announces the creation of hundreds if not thousands of new jobs in a la(...)

Luas Cross City work has allegedly caused flood damage to some Georgian-era cellars. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin city centre business owners may be entitled to thousands of euro in compensation after Luas Cross City work allegedly caused extensive flood (...)

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan is “cautiously optimistic” going into 2015. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

IDA Ireland, the State agency responsible for attracting inward investment, said it will publish a new five-year strategy in coming weeks that will pa(...)

Thee Irish-Silicon Valley relationship has changed - the balance has shifted.

The Irish-Silicon Valley relationship has changed. On a recent trip out to Silicon Valley for a week, I was struck by this countless times. I’ve been (...)

California governor Jerry Brown claimed Ireland’s ‘creative accounting’ had lured computing giant Apple. Photograph: Jim Wilson/The New York Times

California governor Jerry Brown said Ireland had attracted so much of the business of computer, phone and tablet maker Apple, which is based in the We(...)

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