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TikTok is to open a new cybersecurity centre in Dublin, to help the company respond to security incidents in real time, 24 hours a day. Some 50 new jobs are set to be created at the centre in security, privacy and policy.
The British government has been called on to ban cigarettes in the next decade. Jacek Olczak, the chief executive of Philip Morris International, the tobacco company that owns the Marlboro brand said the...
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Ardcairn Capital enters Irish development finance market backed by £5bn ESG fund
The newly founded development finance lender said it is targeting small and medium-sized residential developers to fund housing projects in Ireland
HSE never used Citywest conference centre as isolation hub despite multimillion refurbishment
Executive leased conference centre for use as an overspill facility but never used the conference centre despite millions being spent making it habitable
50/50 split over ratification of Ceta on Oireachtas European Affairs committee
One Green Party senator on the committee has gone against the government’s position on the trade deal with Canada