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Apple is still Ireland’s largest company based on turnover. Photograph: Regis Duvignau/Reuters

There’s no change at the top in this year’s Irish Times Top 1000 2019, the definitive guide to Ireland’s leading companies, as Apple, with turnov(...)

Instagram aesthetic: Alicja Puk injects a client at her clinic, in Blanchardstown in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The filtered, full-lipped look has exploded in global popularity, and the cosmetic procedures that create it have too. But a largely unregulated in(...)

The French connection. Macron and May meet  in Paris. Photograph: Philippe Wojazer/Reuters

Image of the week: We meet again For health and safety reasons, this isn’t the photograph of the diplomatic kiss shared by Emmanuel Macron and Theres(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on Thursday. Wall Street fell for the fourth straight session, weighed down by financial and technology stocks. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

A gauge of global stock markets slumped on Thursday while the dollar rose, as the European Central Bank (ECB) postponed interest rate rises to 2020 an(...)

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Allergan shares fell in late trading after saying its fast-acting depression drug failed to show an improvement in symptoms beyond the placebo effect (...)

Allergan forecast 2019 revenue below analysts’ estimates, as it faces impending competition for its second-most important medicine, the eye drug Restasis. Photograph: Thomas White/Reuters

Irish-headquartered botox maker Allergan is no longer looking at selling its women’s health business, chief executive Brent Saunders said on Tuesday. (...)

French regulators have taken textured breast implants made by Irish drug giant Allergan off the market. Photograph: Thomas White / Reuters

Breast implants made by Irish-headquartered Allergan that have been linked to an uncommon form of cancer are being taken off the market in Europe. Th(...)

IPHA president GSK’s Aidan Lynch (centre); IPHA vice-president Paul Reid (Pfizer); and Bayer’s Itziar Canamasas with the Manifesto for Better Health ahead of the IPHA annual conference on November 8th. Photograph: Justin Mac Innes

Big Pharma in Ireland has an image problem. At least that’s how it sees it. “I think we are not seen as a trusted partner,” says Aidan Lynch, presid(...)

Allergan chief executive Brent Saunders: “We are an Irish company. It’s part of who we are. Ireland is in Allergan’s DNA.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Never has a toxin been so good for a town, a country or a company. In fact, Botox has been such a profit driver for Allergan, the multinational headq(...)

Cora Systems founder and chief executive Philip Martin says he expects group revenues to rise from about €4 million to at least €22 million by 2022

Leitrim-based technology company Cora Systems is forecasting a surge in revenues over the next four years on the back of a new project management soft(...)

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