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Irish PM says future of $1 billion Apple data center uncertain
Reuters
DUBLIN (Reuters) – A planned $1 billion Apple data center is in doubt after Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said the U.S. company’s Chief Executive Tim Cook would no longer commit to it, adding that Dublin would do whatever necessary to get it built.
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Irish PM says future of $1 billion Apple data center uncertain – Reuters


Financial Express

Irish PM says future of $1 billion Apple data center uncertain
Reuters
DUBLIN (Reuters) - A planned $1 billion Apple data center is in doubt after Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said the U.S. company's Chief Executive Tim Cook would no longer commit to it, adding that Dublin would do whatever necessary to get it built.
Leo Varadkar unable to get Tim Cook's commitment to Apple data centre in County Galway, IrelandCity A.M.
Apple's €850m data centre in major doubt after meeting between Cook and VaradkarIndependent.ie
Apple's €850m data centre in doubtIrish Examiner
The Times -RTE.ie -Laois Nationalist -Irish Times
all 26 news articles »

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