Bulmers owner C&C acquired Vermont Hard Cider Company for €235 million in 2012. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Drinks company C&C defended its foray into the North American cider market to shareholders at its annual general meeting in Dublin yesterday, wit(...)

Bulmers maker C&C said trading was mixed in the first quarter of the year.    Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

  Drinks firm C&C said trading conditions were mixed in the first quarter of the year, with weaker trading conditions in Ireland and S(...)

Fingleton ‘did not read’ files Michael Fingleton, former head of Irish Nationwide, argued that he should not be liable to repay a €5.5 million(...)

Heineken’s newly launched Orchard Thieves cider brand: building a profile.

Bulmers/Magners cidermaker C&C released its annual results this week, which showed its home market of Ireland is making it plenty of cash.Bulmers’(...)

The production team work on the new Bulmers television ad ‘Not a Moment Too Soon’ which was filmed in Dublin, Wicklow and Clare

C&C’s Bulmers cider brand has returned to television advertising with a new time-themed campaign called “Not a Moment Too Soon”. The ad is “a retu(...)

‘C&C must either overhaul its struggling English/Welsh business or else put it in the hands of someone who will.’ Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/THE IRISH TIMES

Cidermaker C&C is an Irish company with an English problem: its rivals there are mercilessly squeezing its brand Magners for shelf space and marke(...)

The company has combined its three separate businesses in England and Wales into a single division, C&C Brands. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

C&C, the maker of Bulmers/Magners cider, has begun a restructuring of its struggling operation in England and Wales.The company has combined its(...)

Irish drinks company C&C has a Luxembourg subsidiary which has almost half a billion euros in assets but no staff. A spokesman would not comment(...)

Cider maker C&C said its management is reviewing the “optimal structure” for its English and Welsh operations.

C&C, the Bulmers/Magners cider maker which has lost about an eighth of its market value in the last week, says it may look at “downsizing” its (...)

Chief executive Stephen Glancey said that the group’s businesses in Ireland and Scotland, which represent 86 per cent of operating profit, had been strong

C&C, the Clonmel-based maker of Magners and Bulmers cider, recorded an operating profit of €69.2 million for the first half of its fiscal year, do(...)