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Ulster Bank has attracted a lot of unwelcome news coverage in recent times for the computer and ATM crashes resulting from parent company Royal Bank of Scotland's under-investment in technology.

15th December, 2013

Ulster Bank has attracted a lot of unwelcome news coverage in recent times for the computer and ATM crashes resulting from parent company Royal Bank of Scotland's under-investment in technology. Meanwhile, it has encountered another headache in its human resources department which, no doubt, Mary Donnelly, its new HR head, will soon address.

The bank's chiefs have been ordered to pay close to €60,000 to Sinead Gough, a former employee in one of its Waterford...

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