The euro zone’s blue-chip Euro STOXX 50 index weakened by 0.3 per cent. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index slid 0.5 percent, falling for the first time in six days. Germany’s DAX and the Cac 40 in France were both slightly lower

A five-day winning streak in European stocks ran out of steam, with Whitbread and Evonik among the biggest decliners after earnings. DUBLIN The Du(...)

The group said revenue rose 10.4 per cent to €3.45 billion from €3.12 billion for the preceding year

Total Produce, the food distributor spun out of Fyffes, has reported pretax profits of €46.8 million for 2015, up 5.6 per cent on the €44.3 million re(...)

The building materials giant CRH gained 3.1 per cent in Dublin to finish the day at €23.70

China’s latest move to boost its economy helped lift stocks on Wall Street and in Europe, and oil prices rallied after Saudi Arabia said it would wor(...)

Photograph: John Taggart/Bloomberg

Total Produce has bought a 65 per cent stake in US-based Progressive Produce for an undisclosed sum. Progressive Produce, which currently employs 2(...)

Fyffes shareholders have received one share in each new spunout venture for every share they owned in the original Fyffes. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

I have just reread an article you wrote in November in relation to Fyffes shares. I bought 2,000 Fyffes shares in December 2000 for £0.76 (each). At (...)

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(...)

Chairman Carl McCann said the latest results benefited from a stronger operational performance and recent acquisitions.

Total Produce, the fruit distributor spun out of Fyffes, has reported a first-half adjusted pre-tax profit that was up 11.5 per cent to €30.3 million (...)

Results from Harvey Norman Holdings are due to be released tomorrow
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Carl McCann, chairman of Total Produce. The group said it had completed the acquisition of a 50 per cent shareholding in the Canadian fresh produce company Gambles.  (Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times)

Fruit and vegetable distributor Total Produce has increased its full-year adjusted earnings per share half into the upper half of the previously annou(...)