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More from PCMA’s Convening Leaders

Attendees from 36 countries were able to choose from 138 experts, advocates, industry leaders and celebrities positioned to address the group. General session topics are thought to be somewhat predictable but not in the hands of PCMA programmers. From marketing Guru, Seth Godin, instructing on how to blow up the status quo for memorable conferences to tennis legend Billie Jean King lobbing tennis balls into the audience as the finale to her interview, there were few moments when participants...
Tags: San Francisco, Ireland, Engineering, Trade Shows, Delta Air Lines, Seth Godin, Vail Valley, Pcma, Kerrin MacPhie, Gerry Kingston, Sandra Reed, Jo Ann Hoffman, Elevate Arena Content Studios, Laura Saeger, Gavin Landry Visit Britain, Kim Brussow


Salesforce is building new tower in Dublin and adding hundreds of new jobs

Salesforce put the finishing touches on a tower in San Francisco last year. In October, it announced Salesforce Tower in Atlanta and today it was Dublin’s turn. Everyone gets a tower. Salesforce first opened an office in Dublin back in 2001, and has expanded to 1400 employees today. Today’s announcement represents a significant commitment to expand even further, adding 1500 new jobs over the next five years. The new tower in Dublin is actually going to be a campus made up of 4 interconnecting...
Tags: Startups, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, San Francisco, Atlanta, Ireland, Dublin, Salesforce, IDA Ireland, River Liffey, Salesforce Tower, Martin Shanahan, Net Zero Energy, Ohana Floor


Salesforce is building new tower in Dublin and adding hundreds of jobs

Salesforce put the finishing touches on a tower in San Francisco last year. In October, it announced Salesforce Tower in Atlanta and today it was Dublin’s turn. Everyone gets a tower. Salesforce first opened an office in Dublin back in 2001, and has expanded to 1400 employees today. Today’s announcement represents a significant commitment to expand even further, adding 1500 new jobs over the next five years. The new tower in Dublin is actually going to be a campus made up of 4 interconnecting...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, San Francisco, Tech, Atlanta, Ireland, Dublin, Salesforce, IDA Ireland, River Liffey, Salesforce Tower, Net Zero Energy, Ohana Floor, Salesforce Tower Dublin, Salesforce Martin Shanahan


Russell's links love affair in full swing

Conor Russell, Head Professional, Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links They say that if you love what you do, you will never have to work a day in your life and that's undoubtedly true of Conor Russell as he prepares to celebrate two years as Head Professional at Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links.A native of Blackrock, just outside Dundalk, the 41-year old Louth man is loving every minut...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Sport, Architecture, Ireland, Tourism, Golf, Dublin, Kerry, Galway, Blackrock, Douglas, St Andrews, Sutton, Russell, Dundalk


Woman denied abortion in Dublin despite new legislation

Hospital’s decision has raised questions over introduction of abortion services in IrelandA hospital in Dublin has refused an abortion to a woman with a fatal foetal abnormality, raising questions over Ireland’s recent introduction of abortion services.The Coombe hospital, a leading maternity facility that has signed up to the service, reportedly declined to terminate the pregnancy because it did not “fall neatly” into a fatal foetal abnormality diagnosis. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Europe, Women, Society, World news, Ireland, Abortion, Dublin, Reproductive rights (developing countries


Purcell makes quarter-finals at Australian Amateur

Conor Purcell in action in Australia. Picture: Golf Australia Portmarnock’s Conor Purcell continues to impress in the Australian Amateur Championship and will face Australia’s Kyle Michel in the quarter-finals at Woodlands Golf Club today.The Dubliner beat reigning champion Keita Nakajima of Japan 2-up in the second round before defeating England’s Thomas Sloman 3&2 having ousted ...
Tags: Japan, England, Australia, Germany, Singapore, US, Sport, Ireland, Golf, New South Wales, Charlotte, Purcell, Amateur golf, Royal Melbourne, Conor Purcell, Kyle Michel


Salesforce.com Plans to Add Around 1,500 Irish Jobs

The San Francisco-based software maker, which now employs more than 1,000 people in Ireland, laid out its Irish expansion plans Friday in Dublin. Bloomberg News first reported the figure on Thursday. The company, in a joint announcement with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, unveiled a plan to build a “Salesforce Tower” in the city.
Tags: Science, San Francisco, Ireland, Leo Varadkar, Dublin Bloomberg News


Salesforce to double presence in Ireland with 1,500 new jobs

Salesforce.Com will more than double its workforce in Ireland by adding 1,500 jobs, marking one of the largest single job announcements in the 70-year history of the state's foreign investment agency.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Ireland


Ryanair issues profit warning as winter fares fall

Lower-fare environment will shake out more loss-making rivals, says Michael O’LearyRyanair has issued its second profit warning in four months, blaming intense competition over the winter that prompted the Irish budget airline to cut fares.Profits for the year ending 31 March will be €100m (£88m) lower than previous expectations, at between €1bn to €1.1bn, the company said in a statement to the stock market. That was down from the €1.1bn to €1.2bn range previously expected. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Business, UK News, World news, Ireland, Ryanair, Airline Industry, Michael O'leary, Michael O'LearyRyanair


Ireland: Employers Should Exercise Caution When Dismissing Employees Awaiting Or In Receipt Of Long-Term Disability Benefits - Arthur Cox

Before deciding to dismiss an employee on the grounds of medical incapability, an employer will have its obligation to reasonably accommodate the employee under the Employment Equality Acts
Tags: News, Ireland, Arthur Cox


Ireland: Funds Quarterly Legal And Regulatory Update - Dec 2018 - Dillon Eustace

Undertakings in Collective Investments and Transferable Securities ("UCITS")
Tags: News, Ireland, Dillon Eustace


Western Gailes Golf Club - Course Profile

Western Gailes Golf Club Irvine, Ayrshire, SCOTLAND7014 YARDS (PAR 71)COURSE SSS/SLOPE: 75/140COURSE ARCHITECT: Fred Morris (1897)ACCESSIBILITY: Semi-PrivateCOURSE WEBSITE: http://westerngailes.com/ ROUNDS PLAYED: 1LAST PLAYED: August 12, 2017.LOW SCORE: 89 (+18) ACCOLADES -- Golf Digest World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (Outside USA) 2018: #100- Top100GolfCourses.com Britain and Ireland Top 100 2018: #34 "I had heard so much praise about Western Gailes over the years that it was high on my l...
Tags: Usa, Scotland, Sport, Britain, United States, Ireland, Golf, Portland, Glasgow, Golf Digest, North America, Stephen, Royal Troon, Hill, Heather, Matt


Ireland awards grants funds to 12 businesses to boost the blue bioeconomy

In Ireland, the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine has announced that the Marine Institute is to provide 12 marine businesses (in collaboration with five universities) with investment funding totaling EUR2.4 million over three years. The funding is being provided to drive continued innovation in Ireland’s ocean economy, a key requirement of the Marine Institute led, National Marine Research and Innovation Strategy (2017-2021). The twelve grants of up to EUR200,000 each which are being pro...
Tags: Ireland, Producer News, Grants, Marine Institute, Agriculture Food and Marine, Marine Institute led National Marine Research


Jason Holder in line for stint as Northants overseas player

West Indies captain understood to have agreed a deal in April ahead of Ireland tou
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Cricket, West Indies, Northants, Jason Holder


11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Jan. 18-24

LOS ANGELES COUNTY ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ In this dark comedy set in 1934 Ireland the town is abuzz when a Hollywood film crew arrives to shoot a documentary and is impressed when the local outcast lands a role… or does he? When:  8 p.m Friday, Jan. 18, Saturday, Jan. 19, Tuesday, Jan. 22, Wednesday, Jan. 23 and other dates through March 11. Where: Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center, 110 E. Broadway, Glendale. Tickets: $15-$35. Information: 818-506-1983, antaeus.org. ‘Rod Serling’s ...
Tags: Hollywood, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Ireland, Agatha Christie, Michael, Southern California, Rod Serling, Carl Perkins, Fontana, San Bernardino County, Osage County, Nile River, Waltons


Six Nations: England squad the strongest I've had - Eddie Jones

England boss Eddie Jones believes the squad for the Six Nations opener against Ireland is the strongest he has picked in his time in charge.
Tags: England, News, Ireland, Eddie Jones


This is probably the strongest England squad I've picked so far - Jones

England boss Eddie Jones believes the squad for the Six Nations opener against Ireland is the strongest he has picked in his time in charge.
Tags: England, Ireland, Rugby, Jones, Eddie Jones


Tour Dominic West and Catherine Fitzgerald's Historic Home

The 800-year-old castle is like a step into Ireland's past
Tags: News, Ireland, Dominic West, Catherine Fitzgerald


'Derry not in Ireland' award nominee told

A Londonderry businesswoman says she was disqualified from being a finalist in an Irish awards ceremony.
Tags: News, Ireland, Derry, Londonderry


Turns out that injecting semen into your arm doesn't cure back pain after all

A man in Ireland repeatedly injected semen into his arm in the hopes that it would cure his back pain. He instead got a subcutaneous abcess and had to get professional help. [via Gizmodo] Drs. Dunne, Murphy and Rutledge report: A 33 year old male was seen complaining of severe, sudden onset lower back pain. He reported lifting a heavy steel object 3 days prior and his symptoms had progressed ever since. This gentleman had a history of chronic low back pain without neurology. Thorough physical ex...
Tags: Health, Post, News, Medicine, Ireland, Mistakes, Gizmodo, Rutledge, Body Horror, Jizz Abcess, Dunne Murphy


"By the time I got readmitted to the school district, I was 14 but looked pretty much as I do now: six feet tall, full beard, lean, hairy."

"But something miraculous was happening; my peers were catching up to me. Other kids in my grade had started shaving, developing muscles, and thinking about sex as obsessively as I had been since age 4. Plus I was going to a public high school in Los Angeles with 3,000 students. Suddenly, I was just another skinny white kid who smoked too much pot. I stopped sticking out. Most important, after more than a decade, puberty was finally done with me. The hormonal roller coaster leveled out. I calmed...
Tags: Children, Law, Los Angeles, Teenagers, Ireland, Dartmouth, Meredith, New York Magazine, Masculinity, Ann Althouse, Strange Medical Condition


McDonald’s Big, Super, Good-for-nothing European Trademark Mess

From time to time, I post squirrelly thoughts. Today, I wonder: Should a large company with famous, distinct trademarks sometimes hold back from aggressively enforcing those trademarks, even when doing so might at first appear to be a useful competitive strategy? I’m sure many executives at McDonald’s–the worldwide fast-food chain that it is so ubiquitous The Economist uses the prices of the Big Mac to measure purchasing power parity throughout the world–are questioning some past enforcement dec...
Tags: Food, Europe, Articles, European Union, Infringement, Competition, David, Ireland, Big Mac, Mcdonalds, Burgers, Economist, Supermac, Cancellation, Branding, Trademarks


Lush goes packaging-free with new skincare line

Lush Cosmetics is launching a new line of entirely packaging-free skincare. The natural beauty giant has announced the imminent arrival of its ‘Naked' skincare line in Europe, alongside the opening of the UK's first-ever plastic packaging-free cosmetics store in Manchester. The skincare line, which rolled out last month in the UK and Ireland, is launching in Europe and online on January 18, along with a brand new global campaign.
Tags: Europe, UK, News, Ireland, Manchester, Lush Cosmetics


Ireland: Regulating Loan Owners: Proposed Amendments To The Credit Servicing Regulatory Regime (Update) - Walkers

Following further debate in the Seanad (the upper house of the Irish parliament) on 18 December 2018, the Consumer Protection (Regulation of Credit Servicing Firms) Amendment Bill 2018 (the "Bill")
Tags: News, Ireland, Credit Servicing Regulatory Regime Update Walkers


The Malign Incompetence of the British Ruling Class

With Brexit, the chumocrats who drew borders from India to Ireland are getting a taste of their own medicine.
Tags: News, India, Ireland, Johnson, Great Britain, Tony, Blair, Boris, May, Politics And Government, Great Britain Withdrawal from EU (Brexit, Theresa M, Conservative Party (Great Britain


Sinn Féin attacks UK's 'blatant disregard' for Ireland

Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald accuses the government of ignoring Irish interests in Brexit talks.
Tags: UK, News, Ireland, Sinn Féin, Brexit, Mary Lou McDonald


England's Hartley to miss Ireland Six Nations match

Co-captain Dylan Hartley misses out on England's initial Six Nations squad because of a knee injury.
Tags: England, News, Ireland, Dylan Hartley, Hartley


Ireland v England: Dylan Hartley not in squad for Six Nations opener

Co-captain Dylan Hartley misses out on England's initial Six Nations squad because of a knee injury.
Tags: England, News, Ireland, Dylan Hartley


Purcell eases into last 32 at Australian Amateur

Conor Purcell (Ireland) pitching to the 2nd green during the first round of the 2018 World Amateur Team Championship ( Eisenhower Trophy) at Carton House (05/09/2018). Picture by Pat Cashman Portmarnock's Conor Purcell eased his way into the last 32 of the Australian Amateur Championship as top seed David Micheluzz bit the dust at Woodlands in Melbourne.The world No 104 beat Wes...
Tags: Japan, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Sydney, Melbourne, Harrison, Purcell, Amateur golf, Carton House, Royal Melbourne, Conor Purcell, Pat Cashman Portmarnock, Keita Nakajima, Micheluzzi, David Micheluzz


May claims it is impossible for government to rule out no-deal Brexit in reply to Corbyn - as it happened

Labour leader says he won’t meet with PM until she takes no-deal Brexit off table, after May narrowly win no-confidence vote in parliamentMay will stick to Brexit ‘principles’ in cross-party talks, says No 10Philip Hammond tells business no-deal Brexit will be stoppedJeremy Corbyn’s Brexit speech and Q&A - Summary and analysisLunchtime summaryTheresa May’s letter to Corbyn - Summary and analysis 8.05pm GMT We’re going to close down this live blog now, so thanks for reading and for all the co...
Tags: Europe, Politics, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Ireland, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Northern Ireland, Nicola Sturgeon, Tony Blair, Green Party, Caroline Lucas