Ireland's main foreign investment agency, the IDA, said Apple was to add 1,000 jobs to its office in Cork by mid-2017 from 5,000 at present. It said the company had also added 1,000 jobs in the past year.In September 2014, the European Commission accused Apple of receiving illegal state aid from Ireland in return for maintaining jobs. A decision in the investigation is due after Christmas, according to Ireland's finance minister Michael Noonan.
Apple’s Tim Cook says Cork operations won't be affected by EC tax investigation outcome. Full interview on 6.1 news https://t.co/sdY8mbdMey— RTÉ News (@rtenews) November 11, 2015