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Food technology and ingredients company Kerry Group has reported higher revenues and earnings for the year to end of December. Kerry said its revenue rose by 4.5% to €6.4 billion on the back of business volume growth of 4.3%, while its adjusted earnings per share rose by 5.5% to 341.2 cent. Its profit after tax for the year rose to €588.5m from €533.1m in 2016, but its shares were lower in Dublin trade today. | Eir has announced Carolan Lennon as its new chief executive designate, while David McRedmond will become its new non-executive chairman. Both appointments will take effect after completion of the acquisition of a majority shareholding in the company by a consortium led by NJJ Telecom Europe. This deal is expected to be completed in the first half of 2018. Carolan Lennon joined Eir in 2010 and is currently the managing director of its networks and wholesale division, Open Eir. She will replace Richard Moat when he steps down. | The head of Latvia's central bank should resign following his detention by the anti-corruption agency, Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis said today. Latvia's Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau detained Governor Ilmars Rimsevics on Saturday after searching his house and office. Rimsevics' lawyer has said the detention of the central bank governor is unlawful. The government is holding an emergency meeting today to discuss the case and the anti-corruption agency will also hold a news conference. | The Government is to develop the first strategy for businesses involved in the space industry in Ireland. The plan will set out how companies can get the most from the country's investment in the European Space Agency, as well our contribution via the EU to the Copernicus and Galileo space programmes. It will also establish a roadmap for how firms can leverage funding from the space funding opportunities under the EU's dedicated €80 billion research fund, Horizon 2020. The Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation will establish a steering group in the next few weeks. | Medical diagnostics company Quidel Corporation is to set up a new business service centre in Galway city, which will create 75 jobs over the next five years. The new centre will support the company's new international business and is supported by IDA Ireland. Quidel, which is headquartered in San Diego in California, employs about 1,200 people in operations in North America, Europe, Latin America, Japan, and other parts of Asia. The jobs at the new Galway facility will include finance, human resources, customer service, technical support, sales, marketing, IT and legal positions. | Medical devices company Mainstay Medical has raised €30.1m through a new share placing as it seeks to launch its back pain product in Germany and the US. Amongst the investors is the State-backed Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, which has invested €10m in the company's latest financing round. The company is quoted on the Irish Stock Exchange and is looking to bring to market its ReActiv8-B system, which treats chronic back pain. |||