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Twitter hasn't engaged with Enterprise Department over job losses yet, says business minister
The amount of jobs that will be lost is still unknown, Minister of State Damien English said
Government to consult tech giants over Irish job losses, Taoiseach says
It comes as Tánaiste Leo Varadkar met with senior officials from the IDA today for briefings on the tech sector.
Tech companies expanded ‘a little too quickly’, Varadkar says
Minister for Enterprise Leo Varadkar said his sympathies were with Stripe and Twitter employees who had lost their jobs.
Online payments firm Stripe to cut around 14% of its staff
Stripe CEO Patrick Collison confirmed the job cuts in a note distributed to employees earlier today.
Taoiseach to get leadership award at event attended by US President Joe Biden tonight
Taoiseach says it will be a ‘very pleasant’ meeting between ‘one Irishman and another Irishman’.
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Forbes article about Stripe brothers which called Limerick 'stab city' removed after online backlash
The piece was written as a profile of Stripe billionaires John and Patrick Collison.
Stripe to create over 1,000 jobs in Ireland after $600 million investment
The company is now valued at $95 billion.
Irish-founded Stripe to stop processing payments for Donald Trump's campaign website
The move comes as Silicon Valley companies ditch Trump one-by-one.
The Limerick billionaires behind Stripe are opening a Dublin engineering hub
But one of the Collison brothers has warned about the dangers of the city’s housing crisis.
Patrick Collison: 'There's too much focus on the founders of big tech companies'
Stripe’s chief said it’s ‘unfortunate’ that the inner workings of successful firms are often ignored.
Stripe's Irish co-founder on becoming a billionaire: 'I still live a relatively unchanged life'
John Collison is the world’s youngest self-made billionaire.
Irish tech executives say Trump's travel ban 'makes no sense morally or economically'
Stripe and Intercom are matching public donations made to the American Civil Liberties Union.
$5 billion Irish-founded company Stripe has just gotten a massive boost from Japan
Stripe is expanding in the Asian market after receiving funding from a Japanese credit card provider.
Ireland's youngest tech billionaires are going on primetime US television
Stripe’s Patrick and John Collison will be on CBS 60 Minutes.
What the 25-year-old Irish founder of a $5 billion company told the Web Summit
John Collison founded Stripe with brother Patrick in 2011.
The payments startup founded by two Irish brothers now worth a staggering $5 billion
Even Visa is putting its money into Stripe.
Here's everything you need to know about business this week
Everyone was talking about Chinese beer, a Dunnes Stores shock and Stripe’s billions.
A year in red and black ink: 2014's biggest winners and losers from world of business
There was no escaping Michael O’Leary, Irish Water or Apple’s world domination.
The Interview can now be streamed on Youtube (with a little help from Ireland)
Payments for the US-only rental are being powered by Stripe.
What's a few billion between brothers? Stripe's valuation doubles to $3.5bn
The e-payments service was set up by the John and Patrick Collison in 2010.
Facebook is going to get a 'Buy' button soon, and it's being powered by Stripe
The company, which is designed to make online credit card payments simple for developers, is
Twitter uses Stripe partnership to help test out 'Buy' button
The online payments company founded by Limerick brothers John and Patrick Collison will help power Twitter’s new service.
The CEO of Facebook-owned Oculus VR will be speaking at this year's Web Summit
Limerick-native Patrick Collison, founder and CEO of payments company Stripe, and the co-founder of Paypal, Max Levichin, will also speak at the event, now known as The Summit.
Stripe goes global by letting users get paid in any currency
The company, founded by Limerick brothers John and Patrick Collison, will allow businesses to accept payments from more than 130 different currencies.
Twitter could soon let you buy goods directly from tweets
The feature will display goods in both your news feed, similar to how Promoted Tweets are displayed, which users can view and purchase directly.
House prices, cocaine, and the Lotto: The week in numbers
Plus: How many years does Bill Gates think it will be until there are almost no poor countries left in the world?
Explainer: How did Stripe become a $1.75 billion company?
With Stripe raising another $80 million in investment last night, how did the Collison brothers create a $1.75 billion company in the space of three years.
Stripe nears deal to bring online payments to Twitter
The online payments company, founded by Limerick brothers John and Patrick Collison, is reportedly close to a deal with Twitter that will allow users to purchase goods on the site.
Column: Why does a tech startup succeed? Here’s the recipe…
Did you know the most promising startup founders in the US are from Limerick? John Gleeson looks at what we can learn from them.
Irish brothers' online payment company 'worth $100m' after new investments
Stripe, an up-and-coming rival to PayPal, has reportedly attracted new funding valuing the company at $100 million.
Irish dotcom millionaire brothers net funding for latest web project
Patrick and John Collison have received backing from the founders of PayPal for their latest venture.