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15th May, 2016
Vikram Prakash (left) and Liam Murphy (right) of Intercom with Mark Ennis of DIT Pic: Conor McCabe

It was once where Ireland’s biggest property developers stashed their pre-bust fortunes. But now the vaults of the former headquarters of Anglo Irish Bank have been taken over by Irish tech company Intercom.

The fast-growing start-up announced in April, after a new $50 million fundraising campaign, that it planned to hire 100 more engineers in its office in the old Anglo on St Stephen’s Green.

Intercom has the first floor of the building...

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