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Project Manager

Company: Leveris

Location: Blackrock, County Dublin

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Blackrock, County Dublin

You will be an experienced Project Manager capable of leading a set of internal strategic projects and external client facing software delivery projects. 588 more words

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Governance Manager

Company: Leveris

Location: Blackrock, County Dublin

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Blackrock, County Dublin

Reporting into the company Executive Committee (COO/ CIO), the Governance Manager will be responsible for all aspects of internal and external Governance in Leveris. 444 more words

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Business Development Manager - Channel Partner Team

Company: Code Institute

Location: Blackrock, County Dublin

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Blackrock, County Dublin

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Code Institute is an exciting high growth Irish EdTech company that is expanding our Channel Business Development Team. 348 more words

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Manager (New Salon)

Company: Sugar Coated

Location: Blackrock, County Dublin

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Blackrock, County Dublin

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Sugar Coated,located in Blackrock, Dublin are looking for a Manager.

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BlackRock now has the biggest slice of Sports Illustrated owner Authentic Brands

Getty Images Investment giant BlackRock just became the largest stakeholder of Sports Illustrated’s parent company. BlackRock bought roughly a 30% stake in Authentic Brands Group for $ 875 million, the company’s chief executive officer Jamie Salter told CNBC’s Brian Sullivan in a phone interview on Sunday. 13 more words

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BlackRock, the world’s biggest investor, has lost an estimated $90bn over the last decade by ignoring the serious financial risk of investing in fossil fuel companies, according to economists.A report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) has found that BlackRock has eroded the value of its $6.5tn funds by betting on oil companies that were falling in value and by missing out on growth in clean energy investments.The report found that BlackRock’s multibillion-dollar investments in the world’s largest oil companies – including ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell and BP – were responsible for the bulk of its losses.The fund manager was also stung by the collapse of big US fossil fuel companies, including General Electric, and the coal mining company Peabody.

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Barbara Novick of BlackRock, Inc., one of the largest and most powerful institutional investors in the world, wrote about CEO pay and the role of shareholders.

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