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# Tech Sector

This year
Ireland 'over the worst' of job cuts at multi-national tech firms in Ireland, Coveney says
The Minister said that large tech companies are keen to not only stay in this country but to grow and expand here.
Last year
Oireachtas committee hears Irish tech workers who lost their jobs 'are being looked after'
Technology Ireland and the IDA appeared before the committee to discuss recent job losses at Meta, Twitter and Stripe as well as the future of the industry.
Financial advisor: Your job just gone? Here's what you should do right now to mind your money
There are financial steps you can take to alleviate the stress of losing a job, according to Mark O’Sullivan of Provest.
Newsletter: What's behind the global tech sector job cuts?
Political leaders here are attempting to sound reassuring amid global cuts.
All time
150 new technology jobs announced for Liberty Mutual
The jobs will be located in the company’s Blanchardstown office in Dublin.
What could Irish businesses learn from those in Singapore?
An ESRI study has compared the two countries as examples of countries where the number of patents is above average.
Twitter to establish 'international office' in Dublin
The IDA says – via Twitter, naturally – that the microblogging site is to set up an office here. But how many jobs are coming?