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Report ordered into what went wrong in the Sean FitzPatrick investigation
“We owe it to those who suffered to never, ever allow this to happen again,” jobs minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor said.
Mary Mitchell O'Connor says she can handle criticism but it 'really hurts' her parents
The minister says her sick mother has lost sleep over some of the commentary about her performance.
Jobs Minister sees second adviser leave in two months
The minister’s policy adviser Jim McGrath is leaving his post as of 20 January.
Ex-TV3 news anchor Alan Cantwell resigns from role as advisor to Mary Mitchell O'Connor
The former TV3 news presenter is parting company with the Minister for Jobs.
Richard Bruton: 'Our new tax measure is fair but you just can't stop other countries from grumbling'
The Jobs Minister says the knowledge box will keep Ireland as a competitive location for companies.
Dell has announced over 50 new jobs for Dublin
Recruitment is expected to start shortly.
Bruton wants to stay in jobs portfolio
The Minister says he still has a job to do in his current post.
Five counties received less than 1% of Enterprise Ireland funding last year
They received €2,769,721 out of a total of almost €90 million
Joint trade mission will see Bruton travel to the Singapore Airshow
Minister Richard Bruton will make the trip next month with UK and Northern Ireland ministers.
Gulf trade mission yields €25 million in contracts
The trip has gained some concern over the issues of human rights in Gulf states.
Bruton: Expect 48,000 new jobs in 2014
The jobs minister has set himself a high employment target following on from today’s Budget announcement.
Tech firm Qualtrics to hire 50 people at Dublin base
The data collection and analysis company hopes to hire a total of 150 people across its international operation in the next three years.
The Jobs Minister will direct Fine Gael's campaign to abolish Seanad
The party revealed its latest Director of Elections this morning.
IBM to create 'several hundred' jobs in Dublin
Jobs Ministers Richard Bruton has linked the announcement to his recent investment drive in the US.
Jobs Minister begins overhaul of industrial relations system
Richard Bruton today announced developments that have been made in line with promised employment rights and industrial relations reforms.
Bruton publishes new legislation aimed at tackling white-collar crime
Those convicted of hard-core competition offences could see fines of up to €5 million, while the maximum prison sentence will be doubled to 10 years.