Petroceltic chief executive officer Brian O’Cathain survived the attempted putsch by its 28 per cent shareholder Worldview. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

Company says it is ‘fully confident’ results are accurate

Richard Moat, the chief executive of Eircom, said the company would now review its property portfolio, which numbers about 1,200 sites nationwide, to see if there is scope for other commercial deals.

Telco also announces half-year revenue decline of 4 per cent, but says growth is near

 Tesco  group chief executive Dave Lewis:  said he will cut its central administration costs by 40 per cent. Photograph: PA

Impact of parent group’s chief executive Dave Lewis becomes apparent

Fyffes, the banana distributor, slipped more than 1.5 per cent to close the day at €1.17 per share. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Iseq climbs 1.1% to close at highest level since 2008

Angelo Moskov, CEO Worldview Capital, speaking watched by Alasdair Robinson, company secretary, Robert Adair, chairman, Brian O’Cathain, chief executive officer at the Petroceltic EGM, in Kildare Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Where to now for the oil explorer, whose CEO on Wednesday survived a vote to oust him?

Vincent Browne: justified his world view by referring to conversations he had with a businessman “with his finger on the pulse”.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Lobby group slammed Browne for insisting talk of a recovery is overblown

Stephen Glancey: C&C boss.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

British brewery brings trademark infringement case against Bulmers maker

Electric Picnic: three-day event. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The mobile phone operator has signed deals for Electric Picnic, Longitude and the New Year’s Eve festival

Monster, the Real Madrid to’s Barcelona, has come on board as a sponsor of National Employment Week. executive no longer needed for National Employment Week debate

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