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Chinese technology firm Huawei is to create 110 new jobs in Ireland by the end of next year, as part of a continued expansion in the country. It has also announced a further €80 million investment in research and development here. That is in addition to the €60 million investment it announced in 2019. Huawei already employs around 480 people here in Dublin, Cork and Athlone.
Ryanair said it may lose close to €1 billion in...
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Delivery drones to replace gig-economy cyclists, says Manna Aero founder
Bobby Healy says bicycle deliveries jobs lead to a high number of accidents and are ‘not good for the person doing it’
Nokia Ireland reports 27% profits decline and job cuts
The telecom giant reduced its workforce here by 9 per cent in 2019