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Short Take: IBM to invest $350 million in Ireland

IBM will invest more than $350 million in creating a campus-type strategic operating site in Dublin, Ireland, according to a Reuters report. The Irish government announced that the IBM investment, which is backed by Irish industrial development agency IDA Ireland, is expected to directly generate 2,850 new jobs over the next five years.

IBM will invest more than $350 million in creating a campus-type strategic operating site in Dublin, Ireland, according to a Reuters report. The Irish government announced that the IBM investment, which is backed by Irish industrial development agency IDA Ireland, is expected to directly generate 2,850 new jobs over the next five years.