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 The European Commission undertook its initial review due to the loss of bee colonies from misuse of pesticides. File photograph: Crispin Rodwell

A European Court of Justice decision to uphold a ban on pesticides known to harm bees has been welcomed as an ongoing study seeks to measure their pre(...)

Bank of Ireland’s headquarter building on Mespil Road in Dublin. The bank is set to leave the property. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bank of Ireland will quit its leased headquarters on Mespil Road in Dublin 4 later this year as it continues to reduce its central Dublin office footp(...)

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said the amount of complaints rose by 127 per cent over the previous year, including a ‘dramatic’ rise in those relating to foul odours.

There was a sharp rise in the volume of environmental complaints against factories and other industrial facilities last year as people were stuck in t(...)

US drug giant MSD has announced plans to create 240 jobs as it extends a biologics plant it acquired in Dunboyne, Co Meath earlier this year. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

US drug giant MSD has announced plans to create 240 jobs as it builds a new research facility next to a biologics medicines plant it acquired in Dunbo(...)

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The European pharmaceutical industry’s vaccines lobby has pushed the EU for exemptions that would protect its members from lawsuits if there are probl(...)

Pharma giant MSD has agreed to buy Takeda’s state-of-the-art biologics plant in Dunboyne, Co Meath, where around 200 workers are currently employed

Pharma giant MSD has agreed to buy a state-of-the-art biologics plant in Dunboyne, Co Meath, where around 200 workers are currently employed. The dea(...)

A negative side effect of the off-label use of stem cells is that it makes it harder for researchers to raise money for research

If you were to read many of the adverts for stem cell therapy that you can find online, you would be forgiven for believing that stem cell therapy is (...)

Lifestyle changes during lockdown are driving demand for financial consultants, factory workers, animators and game designers, and delivery workers

The coronavirus is roiling global job markets, but the picture is not all gloomy. Finance, technology and consumer goods firms are hiring tens of tho(...)

Once a drug is ready to sell, governments are likely to compete to put their citizens first. Photograph: EPA

It was Friday March 13th when doctors at the largest healthcare provider in New York City decided to take the search for a coronavirus drug into their(...)

Last year US pharmaceuticals group AbbVie was hit with an unexpected €572m  stamp duty bill in relation to its planned takeover of Allergan.

Ireland’s reputation for tax certainty is under threat because of the “aggressive” actions being taken by Revenue, the Dublin-based Edmund Burke Insti(...)

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