Mr Justice Brian McGovern said Eugene McDermott had advanced two “technical” arguments in support of his application to set aside the  judgment but had not essentially outlined a bona fide defence or engaged with the main issue, that the money was due and owing.

A farmer has failed to get an order from the Commercial Court setting aside a judgment for almost €7 million granted against him in favour of Bank of (...)

A Glanbia worker  at its  Belview plant in Co  Kilkenny.

Members of the Glanbia Co-operative Society have voted overwhelmingly to dispose of a portion of its stake in Glanbia plc.The move will see approximat(...)

Glanbia’s global performance nutrition division delivered a “good performance”, as revenues increased by 2.2 per cent. (Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / THE IRISH TIMES)

Glanbia, the performance nutrition and ingredients group, benefited from a strong dollar to report a 10.5 per cent jump in revenues in the first three(...)

AIB said there had been strong demand from businesses and farmers for its loans, which are available at a rate of 4.5 per cent rate

(...) loan product tailored specifically for SMEs in the agribusiness sector.The SBCI has said the next(...)

A   woman runs past Swiss agrochemicals maker Syngenta’s logo in front of the headquarters in Basel, Switzerland. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

(...) was formed in 2000 by the merger of Novartis Agribusiness and Zeneca Agrochemicals, also competes with(...)

Larry Goodman: said the group pays substantial millions in corporation taxes on the profits earned and is tax compliant in all jurisdictions in which it operates.

The Revenue Commissioners are reviewing the international corporate structures used by Larry Goodman’s ABP Food Group and other businesses, in the lig(...)

Larry Goodman: his business empire involves myriad companies, many of which are unlimited and do not publish accounts, in Ireland, the UK, Jersey, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Often ownership goes from Co Louth to the UK to Jersey and back to Co Louth.  Photograph: Alan Betson

On August 23rd, 2013, three people assembled in Luxembourg before Maitre Joseph Elvinger to make yet another change in the international structures th(...)

“Unless escalating input costs such as fertiliser are effectively addressed at EU level and elsewhere, the ability of farm families to continue to produce an affordable food supply for the expanding world population will be compromised,” Irish Farmers’ Association president Eddie Downey said. File photograph:  Sandra Mu/Getty Images

Farmers have urged the European Commission to begin an inquiry into the fertiliser industry due to rising prices. Irish Farmers’ Association president(...)

 Carbery said price volatility in the food industry this year would be heavily influenced by post-quota milk volumes. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Carbery, one of the State’s largest food and ingredients companies, is expecting to increase production by 10-15 per cent this year in the absence of(...)

Lakeland Dairies expects annual production of milk powders to increase by nearly 50 per cent to 130,000 tonnes once new €36 million facility becomes operational. Picture: Getty Images.

Cavan-based Lakeland Dairies, the State’s second largest co-op, is targeting a 30-40 per cent increase in production by 2020.With the ending of milk q(...)