Brooklyn Brewery is known for long-resisting the blandishments of Wall Street investors attracted by its earnings potential

As all good trend-watchers will know, Brooklyn, the founding well of hipsterdom, is home to one of the ultimate craft beers: Brooklyn Lager. The tote(...)

 Brooklyn Brewery is having second thoughts about taking money from investment firms

Brooklyn Brewery, the craft beer maker operating from New York City’s most populous borough, resisted taking money from investment firms for almost t(...)

Ardagh reported revenue of €1.3 billion for the second quarter, up 2 per cent on the €1.28 billion announced for the same quarter last year

The Ardagh Group, the Luxembourg-based packaging giant run by Paul Coulson, has announced a €51 million pretax profit for the six months ended June 30(...)

Manufacturing output in Germany and the euro zone increased by more than initially estimated, appearing to suggest the crisis in Greece had not been a setback for growth. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

European stocks made gains as improved earnings reports and a positive reception for fresh economic data outweighed the impact of record losses in Gr(...)

Heineken, the world’s third-largest brewer, reported first-half sales that beat analysts’ estimates as it introduced more products to drive higher pri(...)

Heineken: results out Monday
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Festivalgoers  at  Longitude in Marlay Park, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Le Galaxie get what must be the biggest crowd of their career on the Saturday afternoon main stage. Resplendent in monochrome, they rip into the se(...)

Hozier playing Longitude Festival in Marlay Park, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Now in its third year, Longitude at Marlay Park in south Dublin is regarded as one of the better organised festivals on the Irish calendar. May(...)

Senator Feargal Quinn: said pubs need to be able to adjust to the competition provided by supermarkets. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Greg Mulholland, a UK Liberal Democrat MP and traditional pub industry campaigner, put on a frightfully good show on Tuesday when he addressed the Oir(...)

Eightytwenty created false profiles for its Tinder campaign to highlight the issue of sex trafficking.

Hot on the heels of picking up a Bell award at the ICADs, Dublin agency Eightytwenty won the not-for-profits award and a bronze at the Warc Prize for (...)