Diaceutics

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Diaceutics founder Peter Keeling. The company works with pharmaceutical firms on diagnostic testing and data analytics to bring more personalised medicine to patients

Belfast-based data analytics company Diaceutics has confirmed it will seek a listing on London’s junior market that will value it at £53 million. Th(...)

David McKernan, managing director of Java Republic,  put the company up for sale late last year. Photograph: Eric Luke

Grocery retail and wholesale group Musgrave is in the running to acquire coffee roaster and distributor Java Republic in a deal that could be worth ab(...)

Diaceutics founder Peter Keeling: “The worst advice I received was to create a large board of very senior pharmaceutical people.”

When Peter Keeling presented his vision for drug development and patient care to 50 people at a conference in Miami 13 years ago, only seven were left(...)

Diaceutics chief executive Peter Keeling: “We are excited to be moving the boundaries with this highly innovative technology.”

Dundalk-based medtech firm Diaceutics has teamed up with computer chip manufacturer Intel and hardware maker Lenovo to use artificial intelligence (AI(...)

Diaceutics chief executive Peter Keeling. The firm’s deal with Jersey-headquartered BioReference Laboratories is estimated to be worth between €5 million and €10 million

Dundalk-based medtech firm Diaceutics has signed a multimillion euro deal with the third-largest full service clinical diagnostic laboratory in the Un(...)

Diaceutics has helped put in place structures that gave 48,000 cancer patients in the EU and US access to biomarker testing. Above, a cancer cell

Irish medtech firm Diaceutics is set to add 30 jobs to its workforce in the coming year, as the company targets further growth in the EU, the US, Sout(...)

PayPal launch: Louise Phelan, PayPal’s vice president of global operations for Europe, Middle East and Africa, shakes hands with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the recent official opening of the International Operations centre of eBay in Dundalk which includes PayPal and eBay. Photograph: Alan Betson

This month’s announcement that PayPal will be creating 400 additional jobs in its Dundalk base illustrates the strides that have been made in a region(...)