Sisk Group

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Ger Rabbette, chief executive of Uniphar: His twin-track programme of cost-cutting and deal-making, so far this decade, appears to be paying dividends. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Technology initial public offerings (IPO) have been grabbing the headlines internationally in recent times, with ride-hailing group Lyft, digital scra(...)

Uniphar chairman Maurice Pratt. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Uniphar, the pharmaceuticals wholesaler and retailer chaired by Maurice Pratt, has begun sounding out potential investors for an initial public offer(...)

Uniphar chief executive Ger Rabbette (left) and chairman  Maurice Pratt. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Regulators will allow medical supplies specialist Uniphar to buy Sisk Group’s hospital equipment business subject to certain conditions. Uniphar agre(...)

Uniphar chairman Maurice Pratt.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin-based Uniphar Group plc has agreed to buy the healthcare distribution business of Sisk Group, subject to the approval of the Competition and Co(...)

A digital impression of what the new office devlopment will look like

Union Investment will fund the development of the largest new speculative prime office building in Dublin. The Burlington House site in Dublin 4 sold(...)

Liam Nagle joined Sisk in 2005 but his next challenge will be in driving growth at Norbrook.

Norbook, the Northern Irish developer and manufacturer of veterinary and animal health medicines, has appointed Liam Nagle as chief executive.The Newr(...)

Irish food multinational Glanbia has put more than €1 billion into companies in Luxembourg that have no employees but serve to reduce its tax bill her(...)

Leo O’Leary: “We sit down with our customers and learn about their businesses and what matters most to them.”

Vodafone Ireland is utilising its expertise across the full range of communications channels as well as the latest technology platforms to help its cu(...)

Sisk chief executive Liam Nagle. Directors of the construction group Sisk have said  it may take several years in Polish courts before claims from the group’s joint ventures there are resolved. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The directors of construction group Sisk have conceded that it may take several years in Polish courts before claims from the group’s troubled (...)