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eBay to announce 100 new jobs in Dublin centre

Internet firm eBay will announce plans tomorrow to create more than 100 new jobs at its European operations centre in Dublin, writes Gavin Daly.

20th March, 2010

Internet firm eBay will announce plans tomorrow to create more than 100 new jobs at its European operations centre in Dublin, writes Gavin Daly.

The move will be announced by Taoiseach Brian Cowen and eBay management at the firm’s base in Blanchardstown. Industry sources described the project as a ‘‘significant’’ investment that would result in more than 100 jobs being created over time. eBay and its sister company PayPal already have sizeable operations in Blanchardstown, where...

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