Richard Bruton said Ireland did not gain from corporate tax inversion deals

The Government has sought to distance itself from criticism over the latest corporate tax inversion with Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (...)

Johnson Controls, a US manufacturer of car batteries and heating and ventilation equipment, is to merge with Cork based fire protection and security company Tyco International.

Johnson Controls, a US maker of car batteries and heating and ventilationequipment, said on Monday it would merge with Ireland-based fire protection a(...)

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar pictured with Mallinckrodt chief executive Mark Trudeau in Dublin.

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar pictured with Mallinckrodt chief executive Mark Trudeau at an earlier announcement by the company. Mallinckrodt does(...)

Medical device maker Medtronic reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit yesterday, helped by higher sales in all of its divisions, and the Dub(...)

Last January, medical device company Medtronic  became the largest company based in Ireland when it began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

The medical device company Medtronic-Covidien is to shed 150 jobs at its contact centre in Dublin, according to the Communications Workers Union (CWU)(...)

Medical device maker  Medtronic: the US industry giant moved to Ireland  in a tie-up estimated to be worth $48bn. Photograph: Munshi Ahmed/Bloomberg

A spate of so-called “tax inversion” deals involving companies based in Ireland appears to be distorting the country’s foreign direct investment (FDI(...)

Dublin-based drugmaker Mallinckrodt said Monday it would buy immunotherapy company Therakos in a deal valued at about $1.33 billion, its second major (...)

A worker assembles a  device that is inserted into a heart pacemaker, at a  Medtronic  facility. Photographer: Munshi Ahmed/Bloomberg

Medical device group Medtronic forecast full-year profit that trailed analysts’ estimates, reflecting the impact of the company’s $49.9 billion acquis(...)

Medtronic, which completed its acquisition of Covidien earlier this year, is the  68th largest company in the world, with a market capitalisation of $111m.

Fiona Reddan Dublin-headquartered Medtronic is the only Irish company to make a list of the world’s 100 most valuable companies. Published (...)

Top 1000 companies: 54%   hail from Ireland, accounting for 68% of jobs

US technology giant Microsoft has become the largest company in Ireland for the first time, according to the The Irish Times Top 1000 Companies 2015 s(...)