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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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The Great Place to Work Certification Programme is a three-year framework designed to build and sustain a high-performance culture in organisations. T(...)

In a statement it said that, “as a result of Takeda’s acquisition of Shire last year, and subsequent integration, Takeda has decided to divest its biologics facility in Dunboyne.”

Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda has confirmed it is looking for a buyer for its operations in Dunboyne, Co Meath. The plant employs some 200 an(...)

President and chief executive officer of Takeda  Christophe Weber told investors in Osaka on Wednesday that it plans to liquidate Shire Pharmaceutical Holdings Ireland. Photograph: Bloomberg

Takeda, the Japanese pharmaceutical giant that last year bought its Dublin-headquartered rival Shire for $62 billion (€56 billion), is overhauling Shi(...)

Takeda’s deal for Dublin-headquartered pharma giant Shire was the largest cross-border transaction recorded globally in 2019

Foreign direct investment (FDI) to the State rebounded last year due to Japanese company Takeda’s $62 billion (€55.9bn) deal for Dublin-headquartered (...)

Fine Gael has plummeted to its lowest ever rating in the Sunday Times Behaviour & Attitudes polling series, falling seven points in a month to 20%, while Fianna Fáil is up 5% to 32%.

The election dominates the news coverage in most of the media. The Business Post says that Fianna Fáil will propose a split between public spending an(...)

Odyssey VC has devised software to help companies migrate crucial regulatory data to the cloud. Photograph: iStock

A Co Kildare regulatory software company intends to hire a further 100 staff as it targets revenue of up to €30 million over the coming five years. O(...)

Irish domestic deals totalled $4.8 billion, a six-year high. Photograph: iStock

Acquisitions of foreign companies by Irish-headquartered businesses reached a three-year high last year, despite a decline in the number of transactio(...)

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