Diaceutices helps pharma companies interpret patients’ medical records

Diaceutics, a Belfast-headquartered diagnostics data analytics company, said on Monday that it had acquired 16 million new patient records as part of (...)

Uniphar’s Ger Rabbette: he said the group had “transformed” over the past five years. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Uniphar, the Irish pharmaceuticals wholesaler and healthcare services group chaired by Maurice Pratt, plans to double its earnings over the next five (...)

File image of Prof Richard Conroy at  the Conrad hotel in Dublin. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Karelian Diamond Resources’ directors have put about £2 million sterling (€2.25 million) of their own money into the company, says its chairman, Prof (...)

Hopes that the US, led by Donald Trump, pictured here with Chinese premier Xi Jinping,  would delay tariffs on Chinese goods boosted shares on Friday.  Photograph: Reuters

Optimism that central banks’ policies would support global growth and news that Washington would delay tariffs on Chinese goods boosted shares on Frid(...)

Paschal Donohoe said the Government “fully supports the development and adoption of new technologies like blockchain”

The Irish banking industry is collaborating on a new education platform based on blockchain technology that is aimed at reducing operational and regul(...)

New fathers can take 26 weeks paid paternity leave at the Guinness maker in several markets including Ireland. Photograph: Luke MacGregor / Reuters.

Drinks giant Diageo is introducing 26 weeks fully paid leave to new fathers in Ireland and many of the markets in which it operates, matching the bene(...)

Just Eat’s London share price has been knocked by fears it may lose a food delivery race. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Just Eat’s dive on the London stock exchange – it closed down 8 per cent – puts it at risk of dropping out of the FTSE 100 at the next quarterly reshu(...)

It is understood the firm plans to retain a focus on the “prime” end of the Dublin residential resale market. Photograph: Bloomberg

Savills Ireland has announced plans to scale back its residential estate agency business in Dublin. In a statement on Friday morning, employees were t(...)

Construction giant CRH is looking to reudce its share capital.

CRH said on Monday that it has commenced a continuation of its share buyback programme, and will buy back €350 million in ordinary shares by August 16(...)

 Norman Crowley from Crowley Carbon at his office at Powerscourt House: ‘Revolution is in the blood.’ Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

“We don’t f**k the customer.” The blunt sales message boldly adorns the wall of Norman Crowley’s second floor office, between two sash windows overloo(...)

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