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Up to 25,000 new pharma jobs could be created in Ireland if the EU changes the rules on manufacturing of medicines for markets outside the member states

Ryanair said this morning that its profits rose 10 per cent to € 1.45 billion in the 12 months ended March 31st 2018. However, the airline warned that(...)

David Cadogan and Killian MacDonald of Gilead Sciences:  firm has invested more than €190 million in its Irish business since first opening here in 1999.

Gilead Sciences has opened a new €9.5 million facility at its Cork plant. The biopharma giant says the new quality control lab at the Carrigtwohill s(...)

Intel bought Israeli autonomous vehicle technology firm Mobileye in a deal worth $15.3 billion. Photograph: AFP Photo / Kimihiro Hoshinokimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images
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In what was another very strong year for Irish mergers and acquisition activity, there was little change in the sectoral profile, with healthcare, foo(...)

Pfizer, which makes erectile dysfunction treatment Viagra, raised the average wholesale price of 148 drugs by between 6 and 13.5 per cent.

Pharma firms have imposed price rises of several times the rate of inflation on more than 1,000 products in the United States, a new year move that ri(...)

The new blindness treatment has kick-started a debate about the cost of pioneering drugs. Photograph: iStock

Spark Therapeutics says it will charge $850,000 (€707,182) for its new gene therapy for blindness, making it the most expensive drug on the market and(...)

Shares in Ryanair fell 8.5 per cent  to trade at €15 in Dublin

Global equities painted a mixed picture on Friday, with Ireland’s benchmark index underperforming its European counterparts. The Irish stock exchange (...)

Members of  ACT UP DUBLIN, at the Department of Health, calling on government  to address  HIV crisis. Photograph: Eric Luke

A campaign by Ireland’s gay and transgender community for access to cheaper drugs to treat and prevent HIV has received a major boost, after pharma gi(...)

French supermarket Carrefour was Europe’s worst performer on Thursday. The stock saw its biggest daily drop in 20 years. Photograph: Albert Gea/Reuters.

After jitters over North Korea subsided on Thursday, European and US indices closed up with Ireland’s benchmark index performing strongly on the day. (...)

New figures from the European Centre for Disease Control  show Ireland has one of the highest rates of hepatitis C infection in the EU, running at twice the international average. Photograph: Getty Images

The national hepatitis C programme, which has spent almost all its €30 million budget for 2017 in the first six months of this year, has not had a cli(...)

At around 10 per cent of overall spending, the UK health service already spends relatively little on drugs, compared with some large health systems.

The UK drugs industry is going to court in an attempt to stop the country’s taxpayer-funded National Health Service from imposing new limits on the pr(...)

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