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Deputy Robert Troy has called for assurances about the future of jobs at Covidien in Athlone following the announcement that the company is being bought by American medical device maker Medtronic in a multi-billion dollar deal.
Groups in Mayo are being urged to apply for a €25,000 grant, which is to be awarded to five innovative sport and activity programmes across the country.
Covidien in Athlone has received international recognition for enterprise excellence, by being awarded the Shingo Bronze Medallion.
Galway company Covidien has again been named by the European Commission as the EU's top investor in healthcare research and development.
Fast food chain McDonald's is to create 700 new jobs in Ireland over the next three years in a €20 million investment. Ballina has been selected as one location for one of 12 new restaurants to be opened throughout the country.
Pfizer’s Loughbeg site in Ireland has become the first Pfizer pharmaceutical plant worldwide to achieve the ISO 50001 standard — and it was achieved with the help of software from a Galway company.
A “well-established” record of fostering successful innovation was a key factor in Covidien’s decision to locate a number of advanced research and development projects in Ireland, with Galway and Athlone to benefit.
Coca-Cola, one of the world’s most iconic brands, today celebrates its 125th anniversary in Ireland and across the globe. To mark this milestone in Ireland, and to thank its loyal Irish consumers, Coca-Cola is today launching the Coca-Cola 125 Years Thank You Fund, a Fund that will grant €125,000 to non-profit community, voluntary and charitable organisations across the island of Ireland. Coca-Cola is calling for people from Mayo to log onto www.coca-cola.ie and apply online.
Covidien, a leading global provider of healthcare products, celebrated its 20th anniversary in Galway this week.