From Left: Annalisa O’Carroll head of Impact; Elizabeth Waters of the Virtual Community College; Tony Griffin of  Soar; Karen Leigh of special needs charity Sensational Kids; CEO of DCC Tommy Breen; Aoibheann O’Brien and Iseult Ward of FoodCloud, at the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards. Photograph: Fergal Phillips.

Nine social entrepreneurs were awarded €600,000 at the 10th annual Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards in Dublin last night. SEI presented three Impac(...)

DCC now expects growth in operating profit and adjusted earnings per share would be in the range of 5-10 per cent over the previous year. This is down from the previous estimate of 10-12 per cent. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Energy-to-technologies conglomerate DCC is eyeing further European expansion, after yesterday cutting its earnings outlook for the year on the back of(...)

John Moloney: announcement of new role came on the day the company announced it had agreed to sell its Robert Roberts and Kelkin food businesses. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

John Moloney, a former managing director of Glanbia, has taken over as chairman of DCC, an energy-to-technologies conglomerate, where he replaces reti(...)

The DCC agm in the Four Seasons Hotel in Dublin earlier this year, Photograph: Cyril Byrne/Irish Times

DCC, the energy-to-technologies conglomerate, has agreed to sell its Robert Roberts and Kelkin food businesses to Valeo Foods, the owner of the Jacobs(...)

The Irish fuels-to-healthcare-to-technology conglomerate will gain a 4.2 per cent share of the French retail motor fuels market with the Esso Express deal

DCC is on the hunt to buy more European chains of unmanned fuel stations, following its announcement yesterday it has agreed a €106 million deal to b(...)

Michael Buckley chairman addressing the DCC agm in the Four Seasons Hotel on Friday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

DCC’s decision to move its main stock market listing to London a year ago has been “very beneficial”, according to the energy and distribution grou(...)

DCC, the Dublin-based, London-listed conglomerate, has bought Williams Medical, a Welsh supplier of products to doctors’ practices, in a deal valued a(...)

DCC sells, among other things, home-heating oil, liquid gas, iPods, Xboxes, coffee beans, health and beauty products, recycling facilities and wine.

Happy anniversary to DCC, which has just completed two decades as a listed company, albeit having decamped to London in recent years, leaving the Dubl(...)

Dublin-headquartered DCC, which  derives much of its revenue from the UK, owns just one unmanned fuel station in Ireland, near Dublin Airport.

DCC, the energy-to-technologies conglomerate, is seeking to buy chains of unmanned petrol stations across Europe as well as liquid petroleum gas asset(...)

Energy and distribution group DCC posted a 11.5 per cent jump in annual profit to £208.4 million for the 12 months to the end of March. Photo: Bloomberg

Energy and distribution group DCC has reported an 11.5 per cent jump in annual profit, following “excellent growth” in its technology and healthcare (...)