Irish arms of tech giants still booming

Big technology multinationals are continuing to generate high levels of revenue from their Irish operations despite broader economic conditions.

27th July, 2013

Big technology multinationals are continuing to generate high levels of revenue from their Irish operations, pay high levels of tax and remain significant employers, despite broader economic conditions.

A study by The Sunday Business Post of 20 of the top technology multinationals operating in Ireland, found that Microsoft had the largest disclosed revenues in Ireland, generating turnover of €13.7 billion in 2012 from its subsidiary Microsoft Ireland, up from €13.4 billion a year previously. The...

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