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Ireland gets latest mega-corporation as Shire buys up Baxalta

Shire has won over Baxalta by adding cash to sweeten a takeover bid worth about $32bn in a deal that will create the world’s biggest maker of drugs for rare diseases.

Science Foundation Ireland to invest €28m in research equipment and facilities

The Department of Jobs has announced a new €28m investment through Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) in research equipment and facilities that will benefit some 21 projects.

Workers to save up to €500 next year under FG tax plan

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is pinning Fine Gael’s re-election prospects on a new cut to the deeply unpopular Universal Social Charge (USC) which will leave workers up to €500 better off next year.

Government aims to create 25,000 jobs in Mid East region by 2020

The Government has outlined the latest in its series of regional job plans, aiming to create an additional 25,000 jobs in the Mid East of the country over the next four years.

Building sector sees spike in growth rate

The pace of growth in the construction sector quickened in December, according to a new report.

Number of corporate insolvencies fell 10pc last year

The number of corporate insolvencies in Ireland fell 10pc last year to 1,049 as the economy continues to recover.

100 new jobs to be created at Dublin firm over two years

A Dublin-based company is to create 100 new jobs over the next two years.

100 new jobs to be created at Dublin firm over two years

A Dublin-based company is to create 100 new jobs over the next two years.

Central Bank to review mortgage rules this summer – Lane

The Central Bank will review its mortgage lending rules this summer, governor Philip Lane told The Irish Times.

Euro zone unemployment at lowest rate in over four years

Spain and Greece fall outside the overall positive trend

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