The Irish company had a market cap on admission of about €299.7 million and a total of 78.9 million ordinary shares in issue

Shares in Irish service station operator Applegreen began trading in Dublin on Friday, raising €91.7 million for the company and its owners. Some 24.1(...)

Applegreen has 98 forecourts in the State, including 12 dealers and eight motorway stations

Irish fuel group Petrogas is targeting an initial public offering of its Applegreen service station business for June, The Irish Times has learned.It(...)

Petrogas owner Joe Barrett pictured at  the Applegreen Motorway Service Area on the M11 in Wicklow.

Irish fuel group Petrogas is considering floating its Applegreen service station business on the stock market next year. The Dublin-based compa(...)

Rob Gray (left) in his cafe at 63 Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tom LyonsTwenty-five-year old entrepreneur Rob Gray has opened a high-profile cafe on Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Called Cafe Gray, the cafe is the secon(...)

Shane Deasy, who owns 48.13 per cent of Bitbuzz, said the company had received “four to five offers from different companies”

Irish wifi provider Bitbuzz increased its revenues in 2013 by 13 per cent to about €2.2 million, figures provided to The Irish Times show. Bitbuzz’s f(...)

In one of the most unusual investment sales this year, two drive-through restaurants are to be offered for sale beside Charlestown Shopping Centre in (...)