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Shire Plc’s offices stand at the Citywest Business Campus in Dublin, Ireland. Photograph: Aidan Crawley / BLOOMBERG

Japan’s largest pharma group Takeda is considering a takeover bid for Irish rare disease specialist Shire. Takeda said Wednesday that its deliberatio(...)

Takeda first set up operations in Ireland in 1997, manufacturing products for global markets. Photograph: Reuters

Japanese pharmaceutical group Takeda will create up to 70 new jobs as it invests €25 million in the construction of a new facility at Grange Castle in(...)

Takeda Ireland recorded pretax profits of just €5.2 million for the 12 months to the end of March 2017. This compares to profits of €102 million a year earlier

Takeda, which last year announced plans to invest €40 million in a new facility in Dublin, recorded a sharp fall in profits at its Irish unit in the 1(...)

Samsung has announced it is to start producing original prescription drugs. Photo  Noam Galai/WireImage

Samsung has announced it is to start producing original prescription drugs, heralding its shift into a risky but potentially lucrative business area.(...)

Diaceutics chief executive Peter Keeling. The firm’s deal with Jersey-headquartered BioReference Laboratories is estimated to be worth between €5 million and €10 million

Dundalk-based medtech firm Diaceutics has signed a multimillion euro deal with the third-largest full service clinical diagnostic laboratory in the Un(...)

Frank Keogh, chief executive DPS. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Now may not look to be the best time to buy a business in the US or to complete a purchase in the UK. President Donald Trump’s accession to the White (...)

The FTSE 100 rose 0.4 per cent  on Monday after hitting an all-time high of 7,243.76 points in its 10th straight session of gain. Photograph:  Lauren Hurley/PA

European shares slipped on Monday as a pullback in bank stocks more than offset a stronger tech sector, while a drop in the pound drove Britain’s FTS(...)

Takeda is the largest pharmaceutical company in Japan

Japanese pharma group Takeda is to invest €40 million in a new facility in Dublin in a move that will lead to the creation of 40 jobs. The company, w(...)

Kilcarbery Business Park, in Dublin 22: a vast distribution centre there goes up for sale today

A vast distribution centre occupied by Britvic in Kilcarbery Business Park, Dublin 22, goes for sale today at more than €15 million. Agent Murphy Mu(...)

The Takeda Pharmaceutical  logo at  the head office in Tokyo. The company has been in Ireland since 1997 and currently employs 366 people at its two manufacturing plants here.   Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

The Irish manufacturing operation of Japan’s largest pharma company continue to haemorrhage in 2014.Accounts for Takeda Ireland Ltd show that the com(...)

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