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Microsoft opens €134 million campus in Leopardstown

Peggy Johnson, executive vice-president of Microsoft said the opening of the new €134 million site was critical to Microsoft’s plans

4th March, 2018
Cathriona Hallahan, managing director, Microsoft Ireland

Microsoft’s new Irish campus, One Microsoft Place, was formally opened by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. He was joined by Peggy Johnson, executive vice-president of Microsoft, Cathriona Hallahan, managing director of Microsoft Ireland and Martin Shanahan, chief executive of IDA Ireland at the official opening of the company’s new 34,000 sqm campus in Leopardstown, Dublin 18.

“The opening of this campus is a landmark day for Microsoft, which first came to Ireland 33 years ago,...

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