Coillte Forest in the Dublin Mountains: the restructuring plan is designed to free up €60 million of annual cashflow within five years

Management at Coillte, the State-owned forestry company, has completed a strategic review of the business, and is implementing a restructuring plan de(...)

The total cost of the fibre rollout is estimated by some sources as being between €1 billion and €1.5 billion.

The UK listed private equity giant, 3i, and a division of Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway are taking part in the E-Net consortium that is bidding f(...)

Judge grants CRH, Seamus Lynch and Irish Cement an injunction restraining CCPC from accessing some of the documents and files it seized. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

State investigators investigating alleged breaches of competition law who launched a “dawn raid” last year at CRH’s Irish Cement plant in Drogheda bre(...)

Eir is targeting 300,000 of the homes originally pencilled in for the National Broadband Plan with a fibre rollout of its own. Photograph:   Maxwells

Eir has responded to a Government statement concerning uncertainty over 300,000 houses that could be removed from a €1.5 billion State-subsidised rura(...)

WH Smith operates bookstores at Dublin and Shannon airports

The surge in air travel from Ireland helped WH Smith Ireland, the local arm of the UK bookseller, boost its sales in the year to the end of August by(...)

Actavo, the Denis O’Brien-owned engineering services company previously known as Siteserv, is expanding into the US.

Actavo, the Denis O’Brien-owned engineering services company previously known as Siteserv, says it is on course to break €500 million in sales this ye(...)

Brian O’Cathain, chief executive of Petroceltic Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Worldview Capital, the dissident shareholder in Petroceltic International that has battled its board for more than a year, has emerged in prime positi(...)

 Dermot Smurfit  .Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

Powerflute, the Finnish paper and packaging firm part-owned by Smurfit brothers Michael and Dermot, is on the lookout for bolt-on acquisitons after po(...)

Worldview, a 29 per cent shareholder, has been in dispute with the board of Petroceltic for more than 18 months during which it sought to take over control of the company a number of times.

Petroceltic International says it is taking legal advice in relation to a surprise attempt by Worldview Capital, a dissident shareholder with a 29 per(...)

The Clayton Hotel, Galway. Dalata launched the Clayton brand across 13 properties in Ireland and the UK last year.

Dalata, the country’s biggest hotel group and the owner of the Maldron and Clayton brands, says it will add a further “4,000 or 5,000” rooms to its to(...)