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New Yahoo offices have capacity for 130 additional staff

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New Yahoo offices have capacity for 130 additional staff


Thursday, March 26, 2015 




New Yahoo offices have capacity for 130 additional staff

Internet giant Yahoo has invested $12m (€10.9) in a new EMEA headquarters in Dublin. The 78,000sq ft office space at Point Village were formally opened yesterday by Taoiseach Enda Kenny. This new premises provides capacity to increase the company's Irish workforce from 320 to 450, providing for 130 additional staff.

Yahoo first came to Ireland in 2003. The Dublin team provides Customer Care, Technical and Operational Support, and Finance-related services for the Europe, the Middle East and Africa region, as well as to some Yahoo customers in the US and other regions.

Commenting on the Irish operation Yahoo chief financial officer Ken Goldman said: "We are fundamentally here because of the talent pool, the stability of the country, the fact that it is part of the EU, and the overall sense of excitement and optimism that exists in the country."

He added that the company hoped to continue expanding in Ireland. Pat Scully, Yahoo Managing Director for Europe Middle East and Africa,  said: “We first looked at this building in 2013 when we announced 200 jobs. We knew we were growing fast, and many of those jobs were filled in 90 days.”

Details of any current or new career opportunities with Yahoo can be found here

Source: rte.ie

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