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Shorla Pharma founders Orlaith Ryan and Sharon Cunningham.

Shorla, an Irish healthcare start-up that develops pharmaceutical therapies to help cancer patients, has raised $8.3 million (€7.4 million). The Seri(...)

Turnover rose 23 per cent to €20 million from €16.2 million

Waterford-based pharmaceutical firm EirGen, which was acquired by US drugs firm Opko for $135 million (€112 million) almost three years ago, saw losse(...)

Se2  has an existing full-time team of 70 in Waterford, and hopes to fill out its 135-seat office   over the coming years

Life and pensions administrator Se2 said on Tuesday it would double the workforce at its Waterford operations to 135 employees over the next three to (...)

Bob Savage, president, American Chamber of Commerce Ireland: “It is the quality of this workforce that is driving the growth of US FDI in Ireland.”

The success of US companies in Ireland can be viewed through many lenses. You can look at the growing number of companies, now over 700, who call Irel(...)

Andy McCue: got more than €3.7 million in salary, benefits and shares in 2015. Photograph: Gary O’Neill

Brexit This week marked the first full week of formal campaigning in the upcoming UK referendum on EU membership – and there was wall-to- wall covera(...)

EirGen, which focuses on the development and commercial supply of specialised oncology products for global markets, was acquired by Opko last year for $135 million

It was a good day on the jobs front yesterday with 300 new positions announced by two US companies in Dublin and Waterford. Healthcare firm Opko, h(...)

EirGen employs 100 and manufactures high potency drugs for cancer chemotherapy

Waterford-based pharmaceutical company EirGen has been acquired by US drugs company Opko for $135 million. Founded by Tom Brennan and Patsy Carney (...)