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Pablo Legorreta, chief executive and founder of Royalty Pharma

Pablo Legorreta is down but not out. The man behind the high profile and often crabby campaign to acquire Ireland’s largest indigenous pharma group El(...)

The idea started when Pablo Legorreta came across an innovative scheme pioneered by Paine Webber bankers.

It may be Dublin-based, but Royalty Pharma was unknown even here until it announced its interest in acquiring Elan, Ireland’s largest indigenous pharm(...)

The Pfizer plant in Ringaskiddy: while yesterday’s announcement is good news, bolstering its production, it too is an old plant. Photograph: Provision

Pfizer was bullish yesterday in its hope for a sale of the Little Island plant – a move that would protect the 136 people working there. (...)

Ken Kelleher, chairman of the Little Island Community Association, outside Pfizer’s plant in Little Island, Cork, today. Photograph: Provision

Pfizer will lose its Little Island manufacturing plant in Cork in the latest phase of restructuring by the company of its Irish operations. (...)

Sequencing a single genome these days means analysing half a terabyte of data – very Big Data indeed

We’ve had a week of looking at the implications of “Big Data” here at The Irish Times , star(...)

Councillors in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown voted to rezone land to allow for the expansion of biopharmaceutical company Amgen and its neighbour the National Rehabilitation Hospital.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Councillors in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown tonight voted to rezone land to allow for the expansion of biopharmaceutical company Amgen and its neighb(...)

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