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JP Morgan buys bigger office for 1,000 staff in Dublin

Published on Monday 15th of May 2017 02:01:38 PM in BBC

JP Morgan, the US investment bank, has bought a new office building in Dublin that can accommodate up to 1,000 staff.The bank said the purchase reflected its thriving existing business in Dublin, where it employs 500 staff.However, the new office may provide space for hundreds of ...

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