Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Dublin-based video game company Keywords Studios has announced the €50 million acquisition of US games developer High Voltage. The purchase is the latest in a series of acquisitions for Keyword Studios this year, following the addition of UK studio Coconut Lizard, marketing agency Maverick Media and, most recently, Hollywood-based marketing company Gnet. Keywords Studios was established in 1998 and has worked on titles including Mortal Kombat, League of Legends and Tomb Raider.
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Shareholder revolt on the cards over Greencore bonuses for top executives
The company is expected to face a backlash after awarding sizeable bonus packets to its executives while cancelling dividends and seeking additional support from investors
Tradeshows being organised to promote Irish residential market to institutional investors
Progress report for the Housing for All plan shows the Department of Finance is on course with plans to organise events for institutional investors ‘to communicate policies and encourage sustainable investment in residential accommodation’
Out of Office: Watt confirms €81k pay rise; Central Bank’s bold prediction for Ireland
Your essential round-up of the latest business news