Young Irishmen carrying torch for economic future - Forbes

It is reported in today`s Irish Independent that there are four young Irishmen carrying the torch of hope for our economic future.

Economy grew by 0.2% in third quarter

RTE News today reported that the figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the economy grew by 0.2% in three months from July to September compared to the previous three month period

ECB's supervisor role will underpin future of euro

It is reported in todays Sunday Independent that the EUROPEAN Union finance ministers agreed this week to make the European Central Bank the chief supervisor for banks in the eurozone.

Budget 2013 - The Tax Changes

Budget 2013 measures were widely leaked in the past week, and the Minister’s announcements contained few surprises. This brief update focuses on the tax changes and indicators for future tax policy, as they affect Irish family and entrepreneur led businesses, and private clients.

Mandiant to create 100 new IT security jobs in Dublin

Specialist IT security solutions company Mandiant is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin with the establishment of an engineering and security operations centre in the city.

Global drinks giant Beam buys Irish-owned whiskey distiller

Beam, which paid just over €70m for John Teeling's Cooley Distillery earlier this year, has agreed terms to take over 2 Gingers whiskey –

$1.4bn profit for Boston Scientific

In todays Irish Examiner it is reported that Boston Scientific and a number of overseas subsidiaries last year recorded pre-tax profits of $1.4bn (€1bn).

Savills Ireland has Sold No. 78 Sir John Rogerson's Quay & Adjoining Site for €108 million.

It is reported by Savills that the eight-storey headquarters and adjacent 3 acre site at 78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in south Dublin were brought to the market through Savills in September by Paul McCann and Patrick Dillon of Grant Thornton.

Dropbox to create 40 jobs in Ireland

A US technology company has credited Bono with persuading it to invest in Ireland, creating more than 40 jobs in the process. Online storage business Dropbox will become the latest firm to set up its international headquarters here when it opens a Dublin office early next year. It will be the company's first office outside of San Francisco. The IDA-backed investment will create just over 40 jobs initially, but this is expected to increase as the company gets up and running here. In today`s Irish Independent it is reported that American technology company Dropbox will create more than 40 jobs in the capital.

Increased R&D investment at Stryker’s

Minister for Research and Innovation, Sean Sherlock, TD, today announced an increased R&D investment by Stryker Instruments at its facility in Carraigtwohill, Co Cork, which will see the Irish facility playing a leading role in the development of new surgical technologies for bone and soft tissue cutting and repair.

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