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Exports of medical and pharmaceutical products rose by 12 per cent to €5 billion.

Irish exports surged again in August as demand for medicines and other pharmaceutical products connected with the pandemic rose. The latest trade fig(...)

A screen displays the share price for pharmaceutical maker AbbVie on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. File photo. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid/Files

With more than 2,500 employees across its nine sites in Ireland, global biopharmaceutical giant AbbVie has a strong tradition of developing its staff (...)

Robust export growth, particularly in computer services and pharmaceuticals, meant economic activity, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), did not fall by the extent expected. Photograph: Collins Photos

Despite experiencing a strict and prolonged lockdown, the economic damage done by Covid-19 has been “relatively benign”, a study by the Economic and S(...)

Citywest Business Campus is home to more than 200 indigenous and international companies

Singapore-headquartered developer K2 Data Centres has paid just over €3 million for a 4.6-acre site at Citywest Business Campus in Dublin. The acquis(...)

Building a successful wellbeing programme means understanding the demographic make-up of your employee population

The benefits of workplace wellbeing programmes have been well-established: improved employee engagement, retention, enhanced productivity and general (...)

Pharma group Allergan is best known for the production of Botox. Photograph: Bloomberg

Pharma giant AbbVie has closed its $63 billion (€58 billion) acquisition of Botox-maker Allergan, having received the approval of the High Court and o(...)

AbbVie staff celebrate their award as Great Place to Work 2020. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Global biopharmaceutical company AbbVie has been named Ireland’s number one large workplace for the second time in the last three years by the Great P(...)

Once a drug is ready to sell, governments are likely to compete to put their citizens first. Photograph: EPA

It was Friday March 13th when doctors at the largest healthcare provider in New York City decided to take the search for a coronavirus drug into their(...)

Representatives from AbbVie’s five locations in Ireland  receiving the best large workplace in Ireland trophy at the  Great Place to Work Ireland’s Best Workplaces 2020  awards.  Photograph: Conor McCabe

AbbVie, the global biopharmaceutical company, has been named as Ireland’s number one large workplace for the second time in the last three years. The (...)

Last year US pharmaceuticals group AbbVie was hit with an unexpected €572m  stamp duty bill in relation to its planned takeover of Allergan.

Ireland’s reputation for tax certainty is under threat because of the “aggressive” actions being taken by Revenue, the Dublin-based Edmund Burke Insti(...)

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