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Uber paid hackers $100,000 to keep secret a massive breach last year that exposed the personal information of about 57 million accounts of the ride-service provider, the company has said. Discovery of the US company's cover-up of the incident resulted in the firing of two employees responsible for its response to the hack, said Dara Khosrowshahi, who replaced co-founder Travis Kalanick as CEO in August. | Belfast-based Phion Therapeutics has won the main prize at this year's InterTradeIreland Seedcorn competition. Phion has developed a new drug delivery system which it licenses to pharmaceutical companies. The other main winner was Cerebreon Technologies, which was named Best New Start Company. Since it started in 2003, the 2775 companies that have gone through the competition have raised over €229m. | Revenue is warning shoppers that they may find themselves liable to pay significant tax and duty bills for products bought online. Last year Revenue officers applied charges averaging €28.70 to more than 76,000 packages at postal depots around the country. Almost all goods arriving from countries outside the EU and European free trade area will be liable to tax and duty. Goods with a customs value of more than €22 are liable for VAT and goods that cost more than €150 incur customs duty and VAT liabilities. | Oil prices rose this morning as ongoing cuts of piped Canadian crude to the United States added to falling US crude inventories, while expectations of a prolonged OPEC-led production cut also offered support. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $57.68 a barrel shortly before 6am Irish time, up 85 cents, or 1.5% from their last settlement. Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, were at $62.97 per barrel, up 40 cents, or 0.6%. | Ireland expects to make progress in recovering up to €13 billion in disputed taxes from Apple Inc in the coming weeks, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. It follows EU criticism that Ireland was moving too slowly. The European Commission ruled in August 2016 that Apple had received unfair tax incentives from Ireland and said last month it was taking Ireland to the European Court of Justice over its delays in recovering the money. | An annual salary survey from the recruiters, Brightwater, points to a significant 'Dublin dividend' for hiring in the capital. The survey reveals that an engineer in Dublin can earn up to 27% more than outside the capital and in the pharma sector, a QC analyst in Dublin can earn 33% more. The survey also points to hefty pay increases in the legal and IT sectors with pay in the IT security sphere rising by as much as 9% in the next year. |||