David Barrett

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Intercom’s executive team: The business claims more than a billion end-users and counts Facebook and Amazon as customers.

Irish tech unicorn Intercom is to create 150 jobs at its Irish operation next year to bring headcount locally to more than 400 people. Speaking to Th(...)

The barred owl, known as Barry, in New York’s Central Park on January 31st last. Photograph: Dave Sanders/New York Times

A barred owl whose majestic presence and and unusually extroverted demeanour made her a celebrity in New York’s Central Park has been killed in a coll(...)

Intercom employs over 300 people in Dublin and 600 globally

Intercom, the Irish-founded software company valued at more than $1 billion (€820 million), recorded another big jump in turnover at its Dublin unit l(...)

Intercom chairman Eoghan McCabe, who wants entrepreneurs to be incentivised to locate here in a similar way to how multinationals have been over recent decades.

The State should be as aggressive in incentivising entrepreneurs to move to the Republic and establish businesses as it has been in luring multination(...)

Karen Peacock, chief executive of Intercom: ‘Our new-customer acquisitions have accelerated since the pandemic started. We’re beating all of our sales goals’

Karen Peacock stepped into the role of Intercom chief executive in the midst of one of the strangest periods in recent memory. The coronavirus pandemi(...)

Intercom chief executive Karen Peacock

Intercom, the Irish-founded software company which is valued at over $1 billion (€842.9 million), recorded another sharp rise in revenues at its Dubli(...)

Intercom cofounders Eoghan McCabe, Des Traynor, David Barrett and Ciaran Lee. The company is encouraging all its staff to take a week off

Irish-founded technology company Intercom has given its entire workforce a week off, encouraging staff to take a break in the middle of the pandemic. (...)

Intercom co-founders Eoghan McCabe, Des Traynor, David Barrett and Ciaran Lee

Irish-founded technology company Intercom has relocated more than 40 research and development jobs back to Dublin as part of a cost-cutting plan resul(...)

Previous Fianna Fáil poll topper in Clare, Timmy Dooley loses seat.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The Sinn Féin performance that blew across the country claimed two high profile electoral casualties in Clare. Former Fine Gael junior minister, Pat (...)

The soon-to-be-built Cadenza building which is to be Intercom’s new home.

Irish-founded technology company Intercom is to move into new headquarters on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin. The company, which is currently based in (...)

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