Holfeld Plastics’ Arklow plant, which produces plastic packaging for food processors in Ireland and Europe

Company seeks to hire seven staff to cope with increased demand

 Andy McCue,  chief executive, and Cormac McCarthy, chief financial officer, at the Paddy Power results  briefing  yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

Andy McCue favours focus on ‘organic growth’ rather than acquisition

Dómhnal Slattery, CEO, Avolon, said the company delivered a strong performance against key financial and operating metrics in 2014. (Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times)

Chief executive Dómhnall Slattery says it has customers committed to leasing 31 aircraft worth $1.6bn

Bookmaker makes €167m profit before tax

Brian O Donnell (right) pictured arriving at the Four Courts with his son, Blake  for a Supreme Court judgement last month. Photograph:  Collins

Solicitor owned office blocks in Dublin, Washington and London

In his first day as the new chief executive of Aer Lingus, Stephen Kavanagh moved to reassure staff over the bid  for the airline from International Airlines Group (IAG). Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Chief executive Stephen Kavanagh moves to dispel concerns over terms

Peter Barrett, chief executive of SMBC Aviation Capital: the company is one of the top five in the global aircraft finance sector. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irish-based leasing giant last year announced deals to buy 195 aircraft

Shelbourne Hotel general manager  Stephen Hanley addresses a staff training workshop. The Irish Hotels Federation is urging the Government to maintain the special 9 per cent tourist industry VAT rate introduced in 2011 to aid recovery in the sector by allowing it to cut costs and compete with the rest of Europe.  Photograph: Frank Miller

Average price expected to reach €109 amid growing demand

North Kildare Chamber of Commerce, which represents local and multinational companies with a combined workforce of 9,300 people and includes food group Kerry, has found 86 per cent of its members have confidence in the Irish economy. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Chamber of Commerce finds 42 per cent of its members not sure of Government

More articles