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 Portable X-ray machines made by GE Healthcare, which is to be  spun off.

General Electric will exit the healthcare and oil markets as chief executive John Flannery takes the most dramatic steps yet to pull the fallen corpor(...)

A proposed €220 million upgrade to a motorway of the N28 Cork to Ringaskiddy road is essential to bring further investment in the pharmaceutical industry, Cork Chamber has claimed.

A proposed €220 million upgrade to a motorway of the N28 Cork to Ringaskiddy road is essential to bring further investment in the pharmaceutical indus(...)

The N28 on the approach to Ringaskiddy, in Cork. A group of pharmaceutical companies has backed residents’ calls for an upgrade of the route to a  motorway to be diverted around Ringaskiddy village. File photograph: Google Street View

Pharmaceutical companies employing more than 5,000 people in the Cork Harbour area have come out in favour of a €220 million plan to upgrade the route(...)

The Port of Cork Company says the full development  potential of Cork’s docklands will not be realised until its port related industries  and its container terminal are relocated to Ringaskiddy.

The €220 million upgrading of the existing Cork to Ringaskiddy road to a motorway is essential to the success of the port of Cork, an oral hearing int(...)

Terry McWade, chief executive of Valitacell. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The breast cancer drug Herceptin and the rheumatoid arthritis drug Humira are breakthrough treatments in their respective areas. Both are also biologi(...)

Traders work in front of the German share price index, Dax board, at the stock exchange in Frankfurt on Monday. Photograph: Reuters

Monday was a slow day on Ireland’s benchmark index which ultimately closed down by 0.62 per cent. Volumes were light on the day as political uncertain(...)

John Flannery’s appointment is the result of succession planning, the company said.

General Electric has named healthcare head John Flannery its new chairman and chief executive, ending Jeffrey Immelt’s 16-year tenure, which included (...)

Colm MacFhionnlaoich of Enterprise Ireland, and Kinesis co-founders Dr Barry Greene and Seamus Small

UCD spinout Kinesis Health Technologies has raised €590,000 in funding as it seeks to boost international sales of its intelligent diagnostic devices.(...)

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(...)

“Making decisions based on macroeconomic trends is a bit absurd. It’s better to have a long-term plan and make sure that the job is the right fit for you”
Buoyant jobs market for graduates

Graduates can breathe a sigh of relief: employers are hiring. Last year careers experts said the jobs market was the strongest it had been for a deca(...)

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