Chanelle Pharma founder Michael Burke. Photograph: Michael Dillon

Chanelle Pharma is to create 60 jobs in Ballinasloe, Co Galway over the next five years as part of a €5 million investment. The company, which employ(...)

Chupi Sweetman, founder,  Niall Horgan, co-founder, of Gym+Coffee with Roger Wallace of EY. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The shortlist for the 2021 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced with Camile Thai founder Brody Sweeney and the team behind athleisure(...)

Honeysuckle, ridden by Rachael Blackmore, wins last year’s Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown. Photograph: Tom O’Hanlon/Inpho

Rachael Blackmore and Henry De Bromhead have the two big race favourites for this weekend’s Dublin Racing Festival in Leopardstown but also have both (...)

Chanelle founder and chief executive Michael Burke will continue to lead the company’s R&D strategy. Photograph: Michael Dillon

Chanelle Pharma has started a search for a new chief executive to succeed founder Michael Burke. Mr Burke, who has run the business since he founded(...)

Chanelle Pharma founder and managing director Michael Burke: “I think Covid is going to affect every business. There is going to be no business unaffected apart from, maybe, human pharma.”

Generics is a fast-paced business. Stand still and you will very quickly get left behind. Michael Burke knows this only too well. So when Covid-19 st(...)

Company owner Michael Burke says the FDA approval is ‘a game changer’ for Chanelle.

Galway-based generics giant Chanelle has started shipping animal health products to the United States. It is the culmination of a five-year process fo(...)

Paul Townend onboard Sharjar comes home to win ahead of Ruby Walsh onboard Faugheen at Punchestown in 2018. Photograph: Peter Mooney/Inpho

Watering has been a persistent theme in the run-up to the third Dublin Racing Festival, although more than a few eyes might be less than dry at Leopar(...)

The Warren Greatrex-trained  La Bague Au Roi is the sole British-trained winner over the two years of the Dublin Racing Festival. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images.

It could be left once again to La Bague Au Roi to fly the cross-channel flag at this weekend’s Dublin Racing Festival. Despite €2.1 million in prize-m(...)