Allergan

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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 employs around 700 people in Ireland across five plants.

AbbVie stuck with its 2020 adjusted profit forecast on Friday after strong demand for its blockbuster rheumatoid arthritis drug, Humira, helped it bea(...)

The Octagon in Westport, Co Mayo. Photograph: Eye Ubiquitous/UIG via Getty Images

Noel Kavanagh will have invested just shy of €6 million between his two businesses on Westport’s Octagon by the end of this year. “The timing couldn’t(...)

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(...)

Airlines and tourism-related stocks were amongst the hardest hit with countries curbing travel. Photograph: Getty Images

Hopes that the coronavirus could be contained to China vanished over the past week as infections spread around the world, countries started stockpilin(...)

Budget reforms mean AbbVie faces paying tax on its €57.2bn acquisition of Dublin-domiciled Allergan. File photograph: PA Wire

Lawyers acting for pharmaceutical giant AbbVie warned the Department of Finance it would be “unfair” to levy a €572 million tax bill on the company, a(...)

“Notable deals include Greencoat Renewables acquisitions of Gortahile, Killala and Beam Hill wind farms and Neon SA’s acquisition of eight operational wind assets from the Irish Infrastructure Fund.” Photograph: iStock
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The year 2019 marked a busy year in the Irish mergers and acquisitions (M&A) space, and this year is shaping up to show similarly strong activity.(...)

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Monday, February 10th Results: Allergan, Groupon, Steris. Indicators: Irish vehicles licences for the first time (Jan); US consumer inflation expec(...)

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage flag-waving in the  European Parliament. He was told by Irish MEP Mairead McGuinness: “Put your flags away. You’re leaving, and take the flags with you if you are leaving now.” Photograph: Getty Images

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, surrounded by associates in ties emblazoned with Union Jacks, made one final attempt to grandstand in the European P(...)

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