Chief Rabbi Dr Yaakov Pearlman and Ralph Jacob at the Kosher Corner with a loaf of Irish Pride, certified Kosher at Super Valu Churchtown, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

An independent accountant’s report shows that bakery Irish Pride, which is shortly due to be sold out of receivership, could have been saved through a(...)

Rose Hynes is  also chairman of the state-owned Shannon Group plc

Irish agri-services group Origin Enterprises has appointed Rose Hynes as non-executive chairman following a decision by Aryzta chief executive Owen Ki(...)

Rose Hynes, chairwoman of Ervia, recently joined the board of agri-business company, Origin Enterprises, and also chairs the Shannon Group, the State entity responsible for Shannon Airport and the region’s tourism and commercial development.

Rose Hynes, the chairwoman of Ervia, the State company that controls Irish Water, plans to resign from the role this week to focus on other commitm(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh: hn 2014 he  signalled the company could go ahead with a flotation within two years.  It is understood the company is on track for this. Photograph: Dave Meehan

One51, the plastics manufacturer and waste-management firm, could be on track for a flotation in the middle of next year. One51 said on Friday it ha(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh. The company said on Friday that it has acquired a UK company which it will integrate into its environmental-services division. (Photograph:DAVE MEEHAN)

Plastics manufacturer One51 said on Friday that it has acquired the business and assets of Greenway Environmental Services (GES) for an undisclosed s(...)

NTR chief executive  Rosheen McGuckian and chairman Tom Roche at the company’s EGM in Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

NTR shareholders have backed plans to spin out the company’s European wind energy business. The split, which is subject to High Court approval, will (...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh: has indicated a flotation is a possibility within the next two years

Things seem to be going quiet on the One51 front. The wheelie-bin maker and hazardous waste handler published results showing revenues, profits and ca(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh: the first half had been a solid six months for the group.

Profits at plastics manufacturer One51 grew 12 per cent to €5.1 million in the first six months of the year, figures released on Friday show. One51 sa(...)

Financier Dermot Desmond has a stake in the business, which focuses its activities on environmental services and plastics together with an investment portfolio. Photograph: Joe St Leger

Irish diversified investment group One51 has received a takeover approach that values the business at €1.80 a share. The opening price offered represe(...)

One51 group chief executive Alan Walsh said IPL gives the company access to significant new markets.

Dublin-headquartered environmental services group, One51, has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Canadian plastics company IPL for €201 million. As(...)