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Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Global stocks edged higher on Tuesday after strong US earnings releases and German data provided reassurance about economic sentiment in Europe’s bigg(...)

Johnson & Johnson products  on a store shelf. The company reported a slight rise in quarterly sales to $20.02bn.  Photograph: Reuters

Johnson & Johnson has beaten quarterly profit estimates and raised its adjusted sales growth forecast for the year, driven by demand for its treat(...)

Li Yong of Unido is on a visit to Ireland that will also incorporate a talk at the Institute of International and European Affairs in Dublin

MONDAY Results: Citigroup, Goldman Sachs. Indicators: Irish trade statistics (Jan). Meetings: Institute for International and European Affairs ((...)

The French connection. Macron and May meet  in Paris. Photograph: Philippe Wojazer/Reuters

Image of the week: We meet again For health and safety reasons, this isn’t the photograph of the diplomatic kiss shared by Emmanuel Macron and Theres(...)

Johnson & Johnson currently ‘employs around 1,000 people in Limerick at the largest contact lens manufacturing facility in the world’

Johnson & Johnson is to create an additional 300 jobs in a €100 million expansion of the company’s Vision Care facilities at the National Technolo(...)

Bottles of prescription painkiller OxyContin pills, which are made by Purdue Pharma. Photograph: George Frey/Reuters

Makers of the OxyContin painkiller that has been blamed for fuelling an epidemic of opioid abuse have settled their first in a series of lawsuits brou(...)

Among the biggest fallers on the European index was Bayer, which was down 2.9 per cent. Photograph: Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images

World stocks fell for a second straight session on Monday on persistent concerns over global economic growth, while benchmark 10-year US Treasury yiel(...)

The latest trade figures show the value of Irish goods exports jumped to a record €13.7 billion in January, generating a monthly trade surplus of just under €7.2 billion.

Amid a climate of escalating trade tensions and stagnating global growth – big negatives for a small open economy such as the Republic – Irish exports(...)

From left: Prof Mark Ferguson-director general of SFI and chief scientific adviser to the Government; Prof Eamonn Quigley, chief of gastroenterology and hepatology Houston Methodist Hospital; Mr Michael Mahoney, CEO of Boston Scientific, and Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton. Photograph: Greg M. Cooper/SFI

The combination of the Irish education system and investment in science has resulted in the generation of graduates who can easily compete at an inter(...)

Drugs developed  by major pharma companies, including Pfizer, Amgen, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson’s Actellion business, are among those that have now secured approval. File photo. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Ten new medicines approved for use by the Health Service Executive last week have been waiting for more than two years on average for sanction, accord(...)

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