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Trinity Biotech said the turnover decline was from lower HIV sales in Africa.

Irish-headquartered Trinity Biotech has booked its second multimillion-dollar impairment charge in under three years as it announced a slight drop in (...)

Trinity Biotech said it was asked to withdraw the filing by the US Food and Drug Administration  last October due to concerns about the product’s clinical performance

Irish-headquartered Trinity Biotech is being investigated for possible violations of federal securities law after withdrawing a filing with US authori(...)

Clinical laboratory sales at Trinity Biotech dropped by $0.4 million to $21.5 million in the second quarter of 2017. Photograph: iStock

Pre-tax profits at Dublin based pharmaceutical firm Trinity Biotech dropped by 48 per cent in the first six months of 2017 to $1.1 million (€0.95 mill(...)

Clinical laboratory revenues at Trinity Biotech fell 3.6%  to $19.5m  due to the impact of culling a range of older declining products at the end of 2016. Photograph: iStock Photo

Pretax profits fell 63 per cent at diagnostics group Trinity Biotech in the first three months to the end of March 2017 compared with the same period (...)

Automated Insights’s software generated a report written by Irish Times journalist Charlie Taylor (pictured). Scroll down to view the two reports.

It has been a tough few years for journalists. First came the internet, then the recession, then the positioning of social media giants like Facebook (...)

Trinity expects to record an impairment charge of  $50 million in the fourth quarter due to  costs incurred on its Meritas project and the closure of a facility in Sweden

Irish medical diagnostic firm Trinity Biotech fell into the red in the third quarter, reporting a $369,000 (€339, 970) pre-tax loss versus a $12.6 mil(...)

Profits at Trinity Biotech fell by 37 in its second quarter, as the Irish medical diagnostic firm reported a decline in HIV revenues in Africa.

Profits at Trinity Biotech fell by 37 in its second quarter, as the Irish medical diagnostic firm reported a decline in HIV revenues in Africa. In th(...)

Revenues at Irish medical diagnostic firm Trinity Biotech rose by 12.6 per cent in the third quarter to $27.2 million (€21.5 million), compared to $24(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly entered judgment at the Commercial Court yesterday against John McGee, with an address at Drynam Road, Swords, Co Dublin. A solicitor for Mr McGee said he was consenting to judgment.

The National Assets Management Agency has secured €5.4 million judgment orders against a Dublin businessman arising from loans and guara(...)

Barrister and former head of the Bar Council Hugh Mohan held 17.54 per cent of the shares in Jorcon Ltd, which shareholders held through two companies, Quinlan Nominees Diagonal One Ltd and Quinlan Nominees Diagonal Two Ltd. Photograph: Frank Miller

A property company owned by a number of well-known business figures and professionals(...)