Facebook Promise Hundreds More Irish Jobs
The Taoiseach has met with the heads of the biggest tech companies in the world and been promised hundreds of Irish jobs next year.
Leo Varadkar is on a trade visit to the US West Coast where he's sat down with Apple's Tim Cook and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg who confirmed they'll boost numbers at their Dublin base.
The company employs 2,200 people in both Cork and Dublin.
The Head of Facebook Ireland - Gareth Lambe - says details of their new jobs are still being worked out
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