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Glanbia cites ‘excellent results’ for 2011 to date

Glanbia plc the international nutritional solutions and cheese group, announced its half year results for the six months ended July 2, 2011.

Elan reports strong growth

Athlone-based pharmaceutical company Elan has reported an increase of 24 per cent in revenue over last year’s figures.

AIT graduate named employee of the year

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A former engineering student from Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT), Dwain Tarmey from Cloontuskert, Co Roscommon, has been named employee of the year for 2011, after a medical device he developed was launched successfully in 53 nations worldwide.

Glanbia announces good results from last year

The results released by Glanbia plc for 2010 are ahead of expectations with a 24 per cent increase in adjusted earnings per share

Galway Bay Hotel scotches rumours and enjoys record January

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The manager of the Galway Bay Hotel has said he was surprised to hear rumours that the hotel is in financial difficulty, given the fact that the hotel has seen a year on year increase in revenues despite the downturn. The Galway Bay Hotel is the latest in a series of businesses which have come forward to scotch rumours of their demise.

Amazon doubles profits thanks to weak dollar

Amazon, the world largest online retailer, has defied the poor economic conditions and reported that its second-quarter profit has more than doubled, reporting a profit of $158 million for the quarter.

Revenue down €160m for Glanbia

Glanbia plc, the international cheese and nutritional ingredients group, has announced its results for the first half of the year which ended on July 4, 2009.

First quarter losses for two healthcare giants despite sales increase

Two healthcare giants based in the midlands and the west have this week posted first quarter losses — despite a massive increase in sales in both companies.

Boost as Creganna buys US med sciences company

Galway-based medical devices group Creganna has acquired US-headquartered Tactx Medical in a deal that it says will increase its revenues by 50 per cent.

Boost as Creganna buys US med sciences company

Galway-based medical devices group Creganna has acquired US-headquartered Tactx Medical in a deal that it says will increase its revenues by 50 per cent.

 

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