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French pulmonologist Dr Irene Frachon with a photobook depicting portraits of ‘mediator victims’ as she arrives at court. Photograph: Getty

France’s second largest pharmaceutical company, Servier, went on trial on Monday for manslaughter, causing injury, corruption, deception, destroying e(...)

Tánaiste Simon Coveney, Minister for Business Heather Humphreys, Minister for Tourism and Sport Shane Ross and Japanese ambassador Mitsuru Kitano at the announcement of a Japan-focused promotional campaign for Ireland during the Rugby World Cup. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

The Rugby World Cup provides an “immense opportunity” for Ireland to build a presence and forge relationships in Japan, Tánaiste and Minister for Fore(...)

Quinn Industrial Holdings senior executives Kevin Lunney, Liam McCafferty and Dara O’Reilly, who have been subjected to threats and intimidation over the past three years. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Imagine, for a moment, that a US multinational employing hundreds of people in Ireland was the subject of a multi-year campaign of threats, intimidati(...)

Huckletree already has a co-working space in the Academy building on Pearse Street that is home to 40 organisations

Huckletree, a pan-European co-working space provider and start-up accelerator, has announced plans to establish a new fintech-focused hub in Dublin. (...)

Number 2, Pembroke Street (centre) may suit a professional practice seeking a boutique office space.

If its walls could talk, 2 Upper Pembroke Street could surely tell a tale or two given its storied history since the days of the Celtic Tiger as the h(...)

Emerald Contact Centre will employ 340 staff in Waterford by 2021.

Contract call centre group Emerald Contact Centre said it would create 200 new jobs from its Waterford base over the coming three years. The business(...)

Jacob  first established a presence in Ireland in 1974 when it opened its first operation outside of the US. Photograph: iStock

US multinational engineering group Jacobs said it will create 200 new jobs across its facilities in Dublin, Cork and Belfast after completing a €4.5 m(...)

It’s hard not to feel sympathy for the 12,400 or so investors in  Irish Forestry Funds who have received substantially less than they had expected. Photograph: iStock

When Lar Sheeran decided to invest in Irish forestry some 20 years ago, he had the long-term in sight. With projected returns of almost 15 per cent a(...)

Rye River co-founder Niall Phelan has joined Toronto outfit Province Brands, which is hoping to raise up to €70 million by the end of the year to fund its commercial launch in Canada, the US and Europe. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan

Niall Phelan, who co-founded craft brewer Rye River, has been appointed as chief operating officer of a Canadian brewer of cannabis beers that plans t(...)

Talent, tax and the environment for doing business remain the key ingredients underpinning Ireland’s performance as a key location of R&D activity. Photograph: iStock

Talent, tax and the environment for doing business remain the key ingredients underpinning Ireland’s performance as a key location of R&D activity(...)

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