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The building was let to Teleflex Medical Europe on a 15-year lease from September 2016.

Property investor Yew Grove Reit has reached a deal to purchase an office building at the IDA Ireland Business and Technology Park in Athlone for €12 (...)

Deirdre Glenn, Enterprise Ireland, Minister of State for Trade, Employment and Business Pat Breen and Stephen Creaner, executive director, Enterprise Ireland at the Med in Ireland conference in October 2019. Photograph: Orla Murray/ SON

Med In Ireland, the high point in Ireland’s medtech industry calendar, took place at the RDS in Dublin on Thursday, October 10th, last. Now in its 14t(...)

The single malt tax structure is one whereby a  multinational with its headquarters in the US, places intellectual property in an Irish-registered but Malta-resident company. Photograph: iStock

The so-called “single malt” tax structure has not been made ineffective by US tax reforms, new evidence shows, despite Department of Finance expectati(...)

Digicom managing director Greg Clarke said the firm may also look to open an office in London, as it seeks further work with Dublin-located multinationals at their bases abroad.  Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Digicom, an office technology and audiovisual company run by former Dublin Chamber of Commerce president Greg Clarke, is expanding in the capital on t(...)

The industrial buildings at Annacotty Business Park in Limerick  are currently being rented by Teleflex

Agent Cushman & Wakefield has secured €2 million for an industrial investment at Annacotty Business Park in Limerick. The sale included five mod(...)

Studies have shown that overweight workers are usually less productive, more likely to get injured and usually need longer rest breaks than other staff
Fat is a workplace issue
  • Work
  • March 6, 2015, 01:30

Obesity doesn’t just affect individuals. It hurts companies too. A number of studies have shown that overweight workers are less productive, more l(...)

Teleflex chairman and chief executive Benson Smith (second from left) with (from left) executive VP Liam Kelly, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton and IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan.

US medical devices company Teleflex has said that it plans to create a 100 high-skilled jobs over the next three years at its operation in Athlone, br(...)