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Ziva Eger, chief executive of Israel’s Foreign Investment and Industrial Co-operation Authority: ‘Israel is different to Ireland. We don’t feel that competition so much. Ireland has the market [the European Union] but it does not have the technology level that we have.’

As IDA Ireland this week announced another record year of job wins for the State, its chief executive Martin Shanahan acknowledged that stiffer compet(...)

Medtronic employs around  4,000 staff in the Republic

Medical device-maker Medtronic reported a quarterly revenue above analysts’ expectations on Tuesday, boosted by demand for its minimally invasive ther(...)

Medtronic chairman and chief executive Omar Ishrak. He said Crospon was doing well. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Medtech giant Medtronic is shutting down the Galway operation of Crospon, an Irish company is bought just more than a year ago. The company told staf(...)

In 2017, IDA Ireland had 764 client companies of US origin, supporting more than 152,000 employees. Photograph: iStock

It has been a rollercoaster few months for US businesses in Ireland. In May, there came the confirmation that a two-year delay in the planning process(...)

Turnover, which comprised  revenue from the sale of medical devices in Ireland, rose from €6.8 million to €40.4 million

Dublin-domiciled Medtronic, the world’s largest standalone medical device maker, saw profits more than double at its main Irish subsidiary last year a(...)

Medtronic’s revenue rose 4 per cent to $7.35 billion, missing the average analysts’ estimate of $7.46 billion. Photograph: Angelo Mercone

Medtronic, the world‘s largest standalone medical device maker, posted weaker-than-expected quarterly revenue due to slowing growth in its diabetes a(...)

John Power, CEO of Aerogen: The company made a pretax profit of €10.1 million in 2015, on revenue of €40 million

Galway-based medical technology and drug-delivery company Aerogen plans to expand its business into emergency departments in hospitals worldwide. Ae(...)

The new roles are being led by the creation of the global research and development facility for medical devices  in  Dublin. Library photograph: iStock

Mallinckrodt, the Dublin-domiciled specialty pharmaceutical group, plans to create 75 high-skilled jobs, bringing total employees in its new Blanchard(...)

Flamel Technologies said Ireland “offers corporate governance policies more akin to those in the US”.

French specialty drugs company Flamel Technologies is poised to relocate its headquarters to Dublin by the end of the year amid an effort to lower it(...)

Covidien employed 435 people at the Tullamore plant in the seven months to the end of April 2015 with staff costs, including directors’ remuneration totalling €10.1 million

A subsidiary of Irish-based medtech firm Covidien, the group which was acquired in a high-profile $50 billion inversion deal by Medtronic last year, p(...)

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