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Earlier this month, Pfizer said it would approach US regulators for authorisation of a third booster dose, based on early data showing that it can sharply increase immune protection against coronavirus. Photograph: Javier Torres/AFP

Pfizer now expects its Covid-19 vaccine to bring in $33.5 billion (€28.4 billion) in revenue this year, putting it on course to become one of the best(...)

New York attorney general Letitia James.

The three largest US drug distributors agreed mid-trial to pay up to $1.1 billion (€930 million) to settle claims by New York state and two of its big(...)

Modubuild chief executive Kevin Brennan: ‘I can see us growing to the point where we are employing 1,000 people.’

Kilkenny-based Modubuild is seeking to take revenues over the next three years to more than €100 million and may take on outside investment for the fi(...)

The Strategic Partnership Programme enables academic researchers to undertake cutting-edge scientific and engineering research. Photograph: Getty Images

Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) 2025 strategy, Shaping Our Future, sets out the vision that Ireland will be a global innovation leader in scientifi(...)

If the vaccine roll-out is a success and the pandemic’s impact lessens, then the second half of 2021 will see very rapid economic growth and a very broad church of sectors in hiring mode, says Neil Gibson, chief economist, EY

Over the course of the pandemic in Ireland, close to 5,000 people lost their lives and the lasting impact to businesses and the economy will be felt f(...)

Apple’s Irish operation in Cork. The US device maker is once again Ireland’s largest company.

What a year. A year when Covid-19 pushed Brexit and the housing agenda off the front pages, as the wellbeing of the country took precedence. A year wh(...)

Companies signing up to the pledge commit to recording their entire carbon footprint. Photograph: iStock

Sixty of Ireland’s largest companies have publicly committed to setting carbon-reduction targets based on climate science. They are the first signato(...)

The value of Irish goods exports hit a record €160.8 billion last year despite the global economic slump.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The value of Irish goods exports hit a record €160.8 billion last year despite the global economic slump. This was an increase of €8.3 billion (5 per(...)

A Green Reit sign at a former development site at Molesworth and Dawson Street in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Abbvie, the US pharmaceuticals giant landed with a €500 million-plus Irish tax bill last year as it was caught in the crossfire of a crackdown on a ce(...)

Revenue has appealed the TAC decision to the High Court, arguing the commission did not have the jurisdiction to make that ruling

Pharmaceutical giant AbbVie has brought a “precautionary” High Court action against the Revenue arising from a €587 million tax bill served on it afte(...)

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