Businessman Galen Weston donated to the party. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Donors to Fianna Fáil’s US fundraising arm over almost two decades included well-known businessmen, monsignors, unions and companies including the US (...)

Domino’s Pizza: results out Thursday. Photograph: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
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CHQ Building in the IFSC. Photograph: David Sleator 2:58

Neville Isdell, the former Coca-Cola chief executive who owns the CHQ building in Dublin, says work will soon begin on transforming the underground va(...)

The current Kraft was created in a spinoff from Mondelez in October 2012. Mondelez inherited the company’s overseas snack businesses, giving it bigger growth opportunities internationally. (Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

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Zoned ‘employment generation zone’: Former Coco-Cola site at Donore Road, Drogheda, close to town centre, with 11.7 hectares

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A 1915 bottle in the Coca-Cola archives in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 1915 the Root Glass Company of Terre Haute, Indiana was one of eight glass manufacturers to take up the challenge set by a company based in Atlanta(...)

Donald Keough: granted citizenship in 2007 in recognition of his generosity to Ireland and Irish causes

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Ireland has the best tax policy for encouraging economic growth, according to a Republican senator and member of the powerful US Senate finance commit(...)

Speaking at a breakfast hosted by the Irish Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta, Taoiseach Enda Kenny sold the recovery story to a group of business people from the city’s biggest businesses: UPS, Delta Airlines, Coca-Cola and Oldcastle, the US subsidiary of cement group CRH.  File photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Taoiseach Enda Kenny attended a ceremony commemorating Fr Thomas O’Reilly, the Cavan priest who saved Atlanta’s churches and city hall from being burn(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny

Simon Carswell in AtlantaTaoiseach Enda Kenny started his St Patrick’s Day trip to the United States by telling an audience of businesspeople in Atlan(...)