Mary Buckley

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From left are Mary Lynch, HR manager at Element Six; Vikki Matthews, executive director & communications; Walter Hühn, CEO; Kalle Hildebrand, executive director operations; Mary Buckley, executive director, IDA Ireland; Siobhán Duffy, executive director, sales & marketing; Will Corcoran, Mid-West regional manager, IDA; and Stephen Linnane, general manager.

Element Six is set to embark on significant infrastructure programmes over the next three years at its Shannon operations that are intended to pave th(...)

Former solicitors Keith Flynn and Lyndsey Clarke at Cork District Court. Photograph: Cork Courts Limited

The case of solicitors Keith Flynn and Lyndsey Clarke has left many scratching their heads. The couple were jailed for a series of elaborate frauds o(...)

Regeneron’s expansion builds on the company’s commitment to Limerick, where it has invested more than $1 billion (€847,193). Photograph: AFP via Getty

US drug development group Regeneron Pharmaceuticals is to add more than 400 new jobs at its Limerick facility, bringing the total number employed at t(...)

The Limerick operation will initially house technical support and product management for the company’s RegCloud offering

US technology company AxiomSL is to create up to 100 jobs in Limerick over the next five years with the opening of a new business operations centre in(...)

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(...)

Takeda chief executive Christophe Weber with Mary Buckley, IDA Ireland executive dIrector (centre),  and Minister for Employment Affairs Regina Doherty at the official opening of Takeda Ireland’s new cancer drug manufacturing facility at Grange Castle in Dublin.  Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Japanese pharma group Takeda opened a new state-of-the-art cancer drug manufacturing plant in Dublin on Friday. The €40 million plant will be used to(...)

Stryker has been in operation in Ireland for more than 20 years, has six locations and employs  more than 3,500 people.  Photograph: iStock

US-based medtech company Stryker is to invest more than €200 million at research and development in three of its Cork facilities. The funding is par(...)

Wix.com offers a platform that lets people build their own websites.

Israeli web development company Wix. com has opened a customer support centre in Dublin, employing 100 people. The company offers a platform that le(...)

With offices in across the US in locations including New York, Washington DC and Texas, in addition to an international presence in Spain, Ireland, China and India, Knot Worldwide has wedding websites, planning tools and registry services amongst other services.   Photograph: iStock

A global wedding planning company will establish an operations centre in Galway, creating around 100 jobs over the coming years. The Knot Worldwide,(...)

Tom Cregan of EML Payments and Mary Buckley of IDA Ireland

Australian company EML Payments is establishing a technology and innovation hub in Galway, expanding its existing Irish presence and adding 20 jobs. (...)

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