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Keurig Dr Pepper is the seventh-largest food and beverage company in the US, with annual revenues of more than $11 billion

The company behind Dr Pepper and 7Up is to create 50 jobs in Co Kildare after confirming plans to take over Lidl’s former distribution centre in Newbr(...)

The State body typically holds a dinner for up to 50 executives from overseas companies based in Ireland and prospective clients at Davos.

State body IDA Ireland spent over €49,500 at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) conference in Davos in January, new figures show. The organisation, (...)

Mastercard will take on more office space at One and Two South County, a newly built campus in Leopardstown.

Mastercard is to create 1,500 jobs in the next three to five years as it significantly grows its new European technology hub in Dublin. The company i(...)

Maxim Integrated CTO David Dwelley;  Jason Pearce, head of the company’s new design centre in Dublin; IDA Ireland vice-president of Enterprise Technology Catherine Howard; Maxim chief executive Tunç Doluca; Maxim vice-president of global customer operations John Kirwan; and IDA Ireland head of enterprise technology Donal Travers.

US computer chip maker Maxim Integrated will spend more than €23 million on a new design centre at its Irish base that could create up to 100 jobs. (...)

IDA chief Martin Shanahan made multiple overseas trips as part of the IDA’s remit to attract inward investment.

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan ran up a combined overseas hotel and flight bill last year of €45,137. The €26,125 spend on flights and €(...)

The offices of the Central Bank of Ireland, New Wapping Street, North Wall Quay. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Central Bank saw a fall in applications from firms seeking authorisation in the second half of last year as many of the companies seeking to move (...)

Apple chief executive Tim Cook is presented with the inaugural IDA special recognition award   by IDA chief executive  Martin Shanahan, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and IDA chairman Frank Ryan. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways,” begins the 19th century sonnet by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. In the case of tech giant Apple’s relation(...)

Martin Shanahan (far left) at the presentation of an award to Apple chief Tim Cook by Leo Varadkar and IDA chairman Frank Ryan earlier this week. Photograph: PA Wire

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan sees slowing growth and the advent of an international digital tax regime as potential challenges for the (...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Apple CEO, Tim Cook  in Dublin where  the IDA’s inaugural special recognition award was presented to the tech company’s chief. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Apple has played a key role in making “Ireland the tech capital of Europe”, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. Speaking at an event in Dublin to mark t(...)

 Apple chief executive Tim Cook speaking at The Philosophical Society at Trinity College Dublin in 2015. File photograph: Eric Luke

On the stage of international commerce, one of the strangest moves yet made by Ireland – a one-time business bit player that has over time stepped up (...)

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