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BioNTech and Pfizer said they had raised their production target for 2020 to 2.5 billion doses of their Covid-19 vaccine, an increase of about one quarter from their earlier estimate. They also said they were readying a version of the shot that can be stored in refrigerators. BioNTech said it expected €9.8 billion in revenue from the supply contracts signed already, which amount to 1.4 billion doses.
The Central Bank said up to €5...
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Bernard Brogan’s PR firm falls short of directors’ hopes due to Covid-19
Legacy Communications increased year-on-year profits by 91 per cent in 2020 but said performance was not at ‘the level expected by the directors as a result of pandemic restrictions’
Timoney Group got over €1m in intellectual property dispute
Military contractor stated in accounts that figure received in long-running dispute could rise in coming years
Dairy farmers weigh up €500m deal to buy out Glanbia Ireland
The board of Glanbia Co-op is weighing up a potential deal to acquire the remaining 40 per cent of Ireland’s largest dairy business