Facebook on look-out for new Dublin HQ with plans to add 1,000 jobs
Move will secure social network giant's future in the capital
Facebook is on the hunt for a new location in Dublin that would be capable of housing up to 1,000 new staff. The world’s biggest social network has appointed real estate agent DTZ to find a new 110,000 square feet building by 2017 or 2018.
The move will secure Facebook’s future in the capital where it hired about 300 new people last year, taking its headcount to 1,600. Its existing buildings around Grand Canal Square have the...
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