The facts about Ireland's top tech multinationals

We look at the 20 biggest tech companies in Ireland revealing revenues, turnover, employee numbers and whatever tax they paid, writes Dick O'Brien.

27th July, 2013
Louise Phelan of Paypal: the eBay-owned firm is set for expansion. Photo: Feargal Ward

Multinationals continue to play a vital role in Ireland's technology sector. They are large employers and, while the rest of the economy is struggling, most of the big multinationals are in rude health, with many announcing new jobs in recent years.

This is a breakdown of how 20 of the biggest companies in technology are performing in Ireland. It is not possible to make a full listing, since many firms opt not to break out...

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