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Investec said Yew Tree’s management team’s interests  are fully aligned with shareholders

Yew Grove, the Irish real-estate investment trust (reit) that recently sold €75 million of shares and floated in Dublin and London, has “a good asset (...)

Andrey Kuznetsov, chief executive of KamaGames claims the token sale is an industry first

KamaGames, the Dublin-based gaming company, is seeking to raise $25 million (€22 million) in a token sale exploiting blockchain technology and the eth(...)

The Pfizer plant in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork: In the past, big regional multinational closures have  dealt heavy blows. However, foreign direct investment is  a huge part of a region’s development.  Photograph:  Michael Mac Sweeney/ Provision

Cork. Donegal. Portlaoise. Athlone. Sligo. These locations all featured as the homes for new multinational investment projects, mainly from US compani(...)

The Chelsea starting team pose for a photograph before the International Champions Cup game against Arsenal at the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

The International Challenge Cup pre-season football tournament should reach “breakeven or better” this year, six years on from its launch, its co-foun(...)

Co-chairs Bríd Horan of FBD Holdings and Gary Kennedy of Greencore outside Government Buildings. Photograph: Leah Farrell / RollingNews.ie

The Government has brought together a team of business leaders to examine and make recommendations as to why there are so few women in senior executiv(...)

Three Park Place on Hatch Street, Dublin  –  the new location for IDA Ireland’s headquarters.

IDA Ireland, the State’s inward investment agency, will spend more than €10 million on its new office fit-out after announcing plans earlier this year(...)

Irish data centres employ about 5,700 people and have generated €1.6 billion in direct economic benefits since 2010.

Apple’s decision to shelve plans for a €850 million data centre in Co Galway hasn’t stopped other companies from wanting to build such facilities here(...)

“The regional economic system is broken,” says report author Dr Ray Griffin. Above, Waterford city. Photograph: iStock

A report examining the economic performance of the southeast claims there is a “missing generation” from the region, with economic recovery now “runni(...)

Since Intel first set up operations in Ireland in 1989 with its flagship facility in Collinstown Industrial Park, in Leixlip, Co Kildare, it has invested close to €14 billion locally. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Intel wasn’t the first multinational firm to establish operations here, but it’s easy to argue they were the driving force behind the development of t(...)

DTCC offers post-trade services to the financial services industry and its global trade repository serves around 80 per cent of the global market. Photograph: iStock

A US financial services company is hedging its bets ahead of Brexit by establishing an office in Ireland in advance of the March 2019 UK departure dat(...)

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