Microsoft signs deal for Dublin docklands office as An Post takes aim at Revolut – The Irish Times

Microsoft has signed a deal to rent three floors of a new office block in the Dublin docklands. The deal for the space at No 3 Dublin Landings, which will accommodate up to 400 workers, is owned by investment company Iput. The deal brings good news for the city’s commercial property sector after Google pulled out of plans to rent office space for 2,000 workers at the Sorting Office development also in the docklands earlier this week, the Sunday Times reports.

Donohue’s U-turn on wage subsidy scheme

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohue was forced into a U-turn on a decision to exclude “proprietary directors” from the pandemic wage subsidy scheme, after conceding to a warning that an orchestrated campaign by TDs and businesses could undermine him in advance of the budget, The Sunday Times also reports.

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