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PayPal picks up top award at Business & Finance Irish Business Awards

PayPal, which has a state-of-the-art centre in Dundalk, scooped a top award at the Business & Finance Irish Business Awards on Thursday night. The e-payments company won the FDI (Foreign

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PayPal hackathon helps Irish charities get with the programme

PayPal has today announced the success of this year’s Opportunity Hack, its charity hackathon held in Ireland. The event, which took place at the Castleknock Hotel in Dublin, brought together

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Dunnes Stores and PayPal amongst local businesses closed due to Hurricane Ophelia

Dunnes Stores have announced the closure of all of their stores on Monday due to Hurricane Ophelia. This will mean the local stores in the Marshes Shopping Centre, Ard Easmuinn

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M1 Payments Corridor seeking €4 million fund to attract e-payments jobs to Dundalk and Drogheda

A local industry group believes around 600 jobs could be created between Dundalk and Drogheda if the area is recognised as a cluster for e-payments companies. In an interview with

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PayPal profits almost doubled last year

Profits at the Irish arm of PayPal almost doubled last year, newly filed accounts have revealed. The online payments giant, who are one of Dundalk’s biggest employers, saw their pretax

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PayPal completes financial education workshops for 400 Dundalk students

PayPal has announced the successful completion of a series of financial education workshops for secondary school students in partnership with Junior Achievement Ireland. More than 400 transition year students from

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eBay closes its doors for good in Dundalk

It’s the end of an era today as eBay in Dundalk closes its doors for the final time. The online auction site opened at the Xerox Technology Park, off the

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Breathnach expresses concern at plans to cut US corporate tax rate

Local TD Declan Breathnach has expressed his concern over the possible impact of the United States’ decision to cut their corporate tax rate. President Donald Trump earlier this week announced

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PayPal insist they remain committed to Dundalk

PayPal insist they remain committed to Dundalk. Fears over the future of the e-payments business in the town were raised yesterday when around 60 staff were informed of a company

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Staff at PayPal Dundalk offered redundancy as part of company restructuring

A number of redundancies are to made at PayPal in Dundalk. Around 100 staff were notified of a restructuring of the company at a meeting around 3pm today before the

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Dundalk Dog Rescue amongst those to benefit from PayPal donations

Dundalk Dog Rescue was amongst those to benefit after PayPal yesterday donated over €55,000 to seven Irish charities through two initiatives. Five of the charities received funding through the PayPal

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112 acres of land outside Dundalk is sold

One of the largest parcels of farmland to go on sale in Co Louth for many years has sold in recent days. A 112.40 acre site at Killally, just outside

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eBay profits down 12%

A €3 million dividend was paid by the main Irish subsidiary of eBay to its parent last year despite a 12% decline in profits. That’s according to newly filed accounts

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PayPal wins multiple awards including 2016 Contact Centre of the Year

PayPal has won the 2016 Large Customer Contact Centre of the Year award at the national Contact Centre Management Association (CCMA) awards ceremony held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Dublin.

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30 IDA site visits in Louth in last 18 months

There have been 30 site visits by multi-national companies to locations in Co Louth in the last 18 months. That’s according to new figures from IDA Ireland on the investors