Wednesday October 28, 2020

Sliding Gateway shares show no sign of recovery

Four years after the gates closed at its Clonshaugh plant near Dublin Airport, Gateway shares show no sign of recovering from their slide.

22nd October, 2005

Four years after the gates closed at its Clonshaugh plant near Dublin Airport, Gateway shares show no sign of recovering from their slide. Gateway has continued to suffer from falling computer prices, according to Silicon Valley-based analysts.

The company, which was once a flagship of the Irish technology sector and which was visited by former US president Bill Clinton in 1998, employed 1,600 people here at its peak. When it closed in Dublin, Gateway shares...

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