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The International Financial Services Centre. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The “offering” of the International Financial Services Centre needs a “radical rethink”, according to an internal report in the Department of Finance(...)

If you listen carefully you might just be able to hear the slow tick tock of the time bomb that may soon go off under our third-level education system(...)

Flights between Dublin and San Francisco were discontinued in 2009 as Aer Lingus responded to the economic downturn by reducing its fleet. Photograph:  Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images

Google, Apple and Facebook have persuaded Aer Lingus to reopen the San Francisco to Dublin route, according to sources in the US.The technology giants(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton has announced 90 jobs in four new firms to set up in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Dublin is to get 90 new jobs over the next two years as four new companies announced they would open offices in Ireland. The new companies, which IDA (...)

Joseph Tucci, chairman and chief executive officer of EMC. The company this morning announced the creation of 200 new jobs  Cork. Photo: Bloomberg

PAMELA NEWENHAM and JJ WORRALLGlobal technology company EMC, which is the world’s biggest maker of storage computers, is to create 200 new jobs in Cor(...)

“What makes Ireland great, makes Ireland great for business,” according to a new television campaign for inward investment agency IDA Ireland creat(...)

Citrix chief executive Mark Templeton. The cloud computing company has annnounced 50 new jobs in Dublin. Photo: Bloomberg

Software company Citrix is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin following “unprecedented” customer demand.The 50 full-time jobs are in the areas of technic(...)

UPC vice president Henry Minogue, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and vice president of ICT at IDA Ireland Donal Flavin announced 12 new vacancies for IT professionals for the company’s customer service centre in Limerick today. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22.

UPC is to open a new European IT competency centre in Limerick with the creation of 12 new jobs. The positions are for skilled professionals includin(...)

Helsinn chief executive Ricardo Braglia: “I think 20 per cent could be a good rate, comparable to what we pay in Switzerland, which is 20 to 22 per cent. Probably there is a margin to move there from 12.5 to 15 per cent or maximum 20 per cent.” Photograph: Ken Lennox

Increasing Ireland’s corporate tax rate to about 20 per cent would probably not result in an exodus of overseas multinational investors, according to (...)

The recent revelations that certain Irish- registered Apple subsidiaries are not paying any tax to any jurisdiction, apparently without breaking any laws in any jurisdiction, must cause at least some chief executives of other Irish-registered multinational subsidiaries to ask why they, too, cannot avail of similar structures.

There is something exquisitely wry about a Republican-dominated US Congress now questioning the global taxation policies of US controlled multinationa(...)

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