Tag: Twitter

Twitter Signs Pre-Let Deal For New Dublin Headquarters

Posted on 6 October, 2015 by Cliff Goodwin under Commercial Sales and Lets

Twitter — the online social networking service with more than 300m active users — is taking 85,000 sq ft of Dublin office space from Hibernia REIT. The pre-let deal, ahead of a €27m (£20m) refurbishment, will see the internet giant take more than... Read More

Special K Cereal Brand Opens “Tweet Shop”

Posted on 3 October, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Since the advent of social networking, businesses have been coming up with increasingly inventive ways of utilising them to their advantage. Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr are now some of the most lucrative advertising platforms on the market, with companies... Read More

Sickness Predicted by Social Networking

Posted on 5 August, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Misc

We have all been in the position of slowly seeing people in the office succumbing to illnesses such as the cold or flu and wondering nervously when the inevitable will happen and we will become affected by the dreaded winter bug... Read More

18 million Brits use Social Media to Talk to Commercial Property Businesses

Posted on 22 May, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News, Industry News

British commercial property businesses getting to grips with social media are only dealing with the “tip of the iceberg” according to a study comparing brands and consumers’ digital contact.... Read More

Commercial Property Jobs at Risk as Firms Snoop on Employees Using Social Media

Posted on 26 March, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Next time you start to upload photos of nights out on to social networking site Facebook, or whinge about your day on Twitter, bear in mind that you could be putting your career at risk.... Read More

Who is Reading Your Status Updates in the Office?

Posted on 4 November, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Around three in five firms encourage their employees to use social media networks such as, Facebook and LinkedIn for work purposes. However, one in five employees has landed themselves in trouble for comments made about fellow employees or the company, whilst... Read More