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Companies are attempting to atone for past environmental mistakes and build a more sustainable future while still growing their business. Photograph: iStock

Until very recently, the words sustainability and big business did not even belong in the same lexicon, let alone the same sentence. Yet the two are n(...)

Allergan: together with Abbvie, it  employs more than 2,300 people in Ireland.

Abbvie’s $63 billion approach for Allergan is just the latest episode in what can be a generally bewildering cycle of making and remaking of businesse(...)

Lip service: AbbVie has been desperate to fill in the gap for its blockbuster arthritis drug Humira, which loses patent protection in 2023. Allergan, best known as the maker of Botox, fits the bill. Photograph: Alan Betson

Botox can fill even the most obstinate wrinkles but the botulinum toxin contained in injections can cause unexpected sagging too. On Tuesday, pharma g(...)

The latest trade figures show the value of Irish goods exports jumped to a record €13.7 billion in January, generating a monthly trade surplus of just under €7.2 billion.

Amid a climate of escalating trade tensions and stagnating global growth – big negatives for a small open economy such as the Republic – Irish exports(...)

Mairead Connolly of PwC: “We are seeing a trend for companies to locate on the western seaboard, from Sligo to Cork, and around to the south-east, because they know it is harder to keep staff in Dublin.”

For Sligo town native David Kenny, the 2013 decision by US furniture ecommerce retailer Overstock to locate its software development team in Sligo tow(...)

Block A and Block B on Lake Drive at Citywest Business Campus

Citywest Business Campus in west Dublin continues to attract some of the most notable multinational companies setting up business operations in Irela(...)

Dr Norah Patten, Ireland’s only astronaut in training, is involved with AbbVie’s Back to School for STEM initiative. Photograph: James Connolly

This year, points for college engineering courses shot up. Science continues to attract decent numbers, but demand has stalled. Meanwhile, industry is(...)

AbbVie employees at St Aloysius College, Carrigtwohill, Cork, where they completed an extensive refurbishment.

Now very much established as a global AbbVie tradition, the annual Week of Possibilities, founded in 2014, sees employees around the world come togeth(...)

Representatives from St Aidan’s community school in Tallaght, Dublin, and  AbbVie Ireland at the school’s newly refurbished science lab, which was completed during the company’s 2017 Week of Possibilities. Photograph: Rob O’ Connor

Over the past few days more than 400 AbbVie employees have volunteered thousands of hours to improve and renovate schools in their local communities. (...)

Eli Lilly & Co: “We are deeply disappointed for the millions suffering from this devastating disease.” Photograph: Simone Baribeau/Bloomberg

Eli Lilly and AstraZeneca ended two late-stage trials of an experimental drug for Alzheimer’s disease after the treatment failed to show any signs of (...)

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