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(...)

The group, controlled by Irish businessman Paul Coulson, said in April it was considering floating the division. Photograph: Frank Miller

Irish-owned packaging giant, Ardagh, has taken the first formal steps towards raising €2 billion in equity and debt by launching its metals division (...)

Audley House, Mayfair: the 775 sq m (8,346sq ft) townhouse is spread over six floors and includes a 140sq m (1,500sq ft) master bedroom suite

Company documents filed in recent weeks reveal that Irish billionaire Paul Coulson has changed his address from Paris to London. And in doing so has t(...)

Ardagh was vying with a number of private equity giants to buy St Gobain’s European glass-making unit, Verallia

Irish-owned packaging group Ardagh’s decision to pull out of the race for St Gobain’s bottle and jar manufacturing division is good for its creditwort(...)

At the top of the Irish list are Hilary and Alannah Weston (above), the Dublin-born mother and daughter from the family which controls Brown Thomas and Penneys in Ireland and Selfridges and Primark in the UK. The family is valued at some €15 billion. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The richest 250 people in Ireland are worth a combined €75.03 billion and have seen their wealth increase by 15.9 per cent in the last year, according(...)

Paul Coulson: his firm Yeoman Capital held 28 per cent of Identigen. Photograph: Frank Miller

MML Capital Partners Ireland (MML), an Enterprise Ireland-backed fund, has invested up to €12 million in Identigen, a food-tracing business, to give (...)

Ardagh chairman Paul Coulson. Photograph: Frank Miller

Global packaging group Ardagh posted a 24 per cent rise in revenues to €1.2 billion in the fourth quarter of 2014. However, when the acquisition of Ve(...)

The mystery buyer of 2 Shrewsbury Road – the second most expensive house purchased in the State this year – is Owen Killian, founding chief executi(...)

The Atrium in Sandyford, Dublin is home to Mircosoft and Salesforce . (Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography)

US investment group Blackstone has acquired The Atrium building, home to Microsoft and Salesforce, in Sandyford, south Dublin, from a group of private(...)

2 Shrewsbury Road: planning application lodged to extend the existing 604sq m (6,500sq ft) house to 1,951sq m (21,000sq ft).

For the mystery buyers of 2 Shrewsbury Road, it seems a house just can’t be big enough. In September, a planning application was lodged to nearly tri(...)