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Building on its long term commitment to the country, new jobs will be in the fields of R&D, cyber security, software development and cloud consulting.
The Massachusetts-based software, services, and support company is creating a new office space dubbed "HubSpot House" in Dublin.
Since the UK’s EU referendum in June 2016, individual investments related to Brexit have brought more than 5,000 jobs to Ireland, according to IDA Ireland.
The Irish technology firm is growing its workforce as part of a $4.5 million expansion of its headquarters.
The expansion of Microsoft's team at its Dublin campus will help drive innovation and accelerated adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning for customers globally.
The company is increasing its commitment to Ireland with a more than $20 million investment in Tallaght over four years.
The California-based medical device company will invest $98.6 million and create 600 jobs in the Mid-West of Ireland to support its global supply network.
The California-based diagnostic testing solutions company will establish a new Business Service Centre in Galway, creating 75 jobs over five years.
European nations top the 2016 IMD World Talent Ranking, which rates economies on how equipped they are to develop, attract, and retain business talent.
Tyco International has opened its new global headquarters and business service center — dubbed the "smartest building in Ireland" — in Cork, Ireland.
Ireland has been Facebook’s international headquarters since 2009, but the Clonee data center will be the social media giant’s first in that country.