© Reuters. Apple’s legal path clears for Ireland data center
- Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) receives permission from Ireland’s High Court to build its $1B data center in the country.
- Apple announced plans for the data center in 2015 but was held up by a series of legal difficulties that most recently included residents objecting to the potential environmental impact.
- The High Court has now ruled that those resident concerns don’t merit an appeal, clearing Apple’s path.
- Previously: Ireland responds to EU action on Apple money (Oct. 4)
- Previously: Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), GE announce 15-year wind energy deal in Ireland (Oct. 9)
- Previously: Irish High Court gives Apple permission for data center (Oct. 12)
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