Irish Examiner reports that cloud computing and data management firm Quest Software is to announce the creation of 150 jobs in Cork on Thursday. Quest Software is to set up an international shared services centre and it is expected the new jobs will come on stream over the next three years. The jobs being created […]
The Irish Examiner reports that US-owned PopCap Games has confirmed it intends to double the number of staff it employs at its European headquarters in Dublin. The company currently employs 55 people, and Senior Director Cathy Orr confirmed on Sunday that the firm is planning to create an additional 55 jobs at its Dublin office. […]
The Irish Examiner notes that up to 65 jobs are to be created with the launch of new website Betbidder.com. The brainchild of former ABN Amro/Central Bank of Ireland man Enda Morgan, the site is based on the penny auction concept, with users bidding for cash prizes payable on the successful outcome of sporting events […]
The Irish Examiner reports that 300 jobs are due to be created in Cork and Galway by two multinational firms. Cork city will get 200 jobs in the new year when a NASDAQ-quoted cloud computing software company sets up a major European hub in the city. The IDA and the company have yet to make […]
Irish Examiner reports that bookmaker Paddy Power has announced the creation of 500 new Irish-based jobs, to come on stream over the next three years. The jobs will be spread across the company’s retail outlets and its online business centre at its Tallaght headquarters.
According to the Irish Examiner, Irish IT firm PFH Technology Group has acquired Redstone Technology for EUR2.5 million from its British parent company, Redstone. Redstone provides enterprise storage and server solutions to blue chip public and private sector clients in Ireland. The enlarged business will have annual revenues in excess of EUR55 million and will […]
The Irish Examiner says that a Cork-based firm specialising in business process services has said that it cannot fill job vacancies because not enough people are applying to work there. SouthWestern chief executive Stephen Hegarty said the company had a range of positions to fill but that they were not receiving enough CVs from interested […]
The Irish Examiner reports that hundreds of jobs could be at risk at a series of firms linked to the Calyx Group after the firm was put into receivership. In a statement, a spokesperson for the Kavanagh/Fennell insolvency practice said the IT firm had been put into receivership as the debt on its balance sheet […]
The Irish Examiner says that 20 jobs have been created at a Kerry-based property management software firm. Aspen Grove is hiring 20 staff for its development and networking teams. The graduate-level positions include project managers, software developers and designers. The firm provides web-based management solutions for the real estate market.
The Irish Examiner reports that professional job opportunities rose 38 percent in June compared with last year. Demand for workers in the IT sector saw a particular increase, according to the Premier Group Irish Employment Monitor. Month-on-month, however, job vacancies fell by 7 percent. There was a 31 percent increase in newly available professional jobs […]
The Irish Examiner reports that William Hill is to launch a dedicated Irish website in the next three months, to capitalise on an increase in revenues from its internet operations here. While the establishment of such a site will boost job levels at the company, it remains unclear if any of the new positions will […]
The Irish Examiner says that Irish SMEs feature strongly among businesses who have secured industry funding from an EU research fund. More than EUR55 million has been awarded to businesses here out of a EUR213 million dividend received by Ireland to date from the seventh framework programme (FP7) for research and technological development. Higher education […]
The Irish Examiner reports that the Government has launched its own “news service” in a bid to sell its message better. Key policies and issues which the Government wants publicised will be presented “in the language of a news bulletin”, the coalition said. The service will post “news” reports, as well as press releases and […]
The Irish Examiner reports that e-payments provider Payzone saw its pre-tax losses increase to EUR177.2 million in its last financial year, according to accounts filed with the Companies Registration Office. The company, established through the 2007 merger of Irish firm Alphyra and British cash machine operator Cardpoint, had generated a pre-tax loss of EUR148.7 million the previous […]