‘Don’t live life in the waiting room. Make sure you’re enjoying now’
Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Denis Doyle, general manager at Analog Devices
Denis Doyle is general manager at Analog Devices in Ireland, as well as vice-president of internal front-end operations and technology with responsibility for the company’s three US plants and its Irish facility in Limerick.
Headquartered in Massachusetts, Analog Devices makes silicon chips for cellular base stations, vehicles, robots and other applications. The company employs 1,150 people at its Limerick facility on the Raheen Campus, and a further 100 at a design centre in Cork.
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