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Workers striking outside Lloyds Pharmacy on June 22nd. Photograph: Garrett White/The Irish Times

A dispute at Lloyds Pharmacy will escalate further this week with 240 workers in almost 40 stores due to participate in industrial action in a row con(...)

Workers at Lloyds pharmacies across the Republic will strike for two hours on Friday. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

More than 200 workers across 34 Lloyds Pharmacy outlets in the Republic will strike for two hours on Friday in a dispute over pay, zero-hour contracts(...)

Announcing the proposed sales last month, UDG said it would use the proceeds to pay down debt and provide “significant firepower” to support its growth plans

Shareholders at healthcare services provider UDG have backed plans to sell the group’s Irish pharmaceutical distribution businesses to McKesson for €4(...)

After 23 years with UDG Healthcare, chief executive Liam Fitzgerald is to step down from the role in March 2016. (Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times)

Healthcare services provider UDG said on Friday that it is to sell its Irish pharmaceutical distribution businesses to global pharmaceutical wholesal(...)

Sainsbury’s: the deal to buy  the pharmacy business of the UK supermarket chain is expected to be completed  by the end of next February. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Celesio, the Germany-based owner Ireland’s largest pharmacy group LloydsPharmacy, has bought the pharmacy business of UK supermarket group Sainsbury’s(...)

Mason Hayes & Curran managing partner Declan Black said that despite the upturn in the economy downward pressure on legal fees remains  a feature of the firm’s business. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Law firm Mason Hayes & Curran increased its turnover by 8 per cent to €48 million in 2013 following a strong finish to the year d(...)

Online doctors (from left): Dr Christina Hennessey, Dr Tatjana Street, Stephen Bourke, Dr Tom Brett, and Dr Gigi Taguri

Ireland’s first online doctor does not like the term ‘online doctor’. “We actually hate the word if I’m honest,” admits Stephen Bourke, managing direc(...)

A report also showed that China’s manufacturing industry had unexpectedly contracted. Photograph: Reuters

Gloom enveloped global markets yesterday as investors fretted over prospects for developing markets.Dublin slid as European stocks posted their bigges(...)

Aer Lingus fell almost 1 per cent to €1.43 on the  Dublin stock exchange yesterday, while Ryanair fell back 0.52 per cent to €6.84.

National benchmark indexes fell in every western European market except for Greece and Iceland as investors weighed data that showed a manufacturing c(...)

Aer Lingus and Ryanair had contrasting days. While Aer Lingus rose by 0.6 per cent to €1.409, Ryanair closed down 2.3 per cent at €6.60 on profit taking. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks posted a gain in the first full week of 2014, as data showed US and German unemployment fell and that Ireland returned to the bond mar(...)

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