Alan Walsh, chief executive of One51. Photograph: David Meehan

One51, the rigid plastics manufacturer, said on Friday it has received an indicative and conditional €2.50-a-share offer from UK private equity firm C(...)

Kerry Group chief executive designate Edmond Scanlon and Stan McCarthy, the group’s chief executive, in Dublin last month at a preliminary statement of results for the year ended December 31st, 2016. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Over the past month, three major food companies that are led and managed from Ireland released financial results and provided details on key corporate(...)

Boland’s Quay: work is due to begin in September

The construction tender for the €170 million Boland’s Quay development at the historic Boland’s Mills site in the south Dublin docklands is due to be (...)

 Origin Enterprises chief executive Tom O’Mahony, chief executive: said the company remains “highly cash generative” with a war chest for future acquisitions of €150 million. Photograph: Eric Luke

Origin Enterprises has an acquisition warchest of €150 million should the right opportunity present, chief executive Tom O’Mahony has told The Irish (...)

According to recent reports financier Dermot Desmond, who already owns more than 6 per cent of One51, has told brokers he is willing to pay €1.95 for more shares in the group, although he is not considering a rival offer

Shares in One51 yesterday sold at more than the €1.80 offer tabled by private equity fund Capvest, sparking speculation that a higher bid for the plas(...)

Alan Walsh, chairman of  One51. While the company is a plc, its shares are traded on a grey market rather than listed on any stock exchange.Photograph:Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A number of One51 shareholders are expected to accept private equity fund Capvest’s proposed €1.80 a-share offer for the plastics and waste group, rai(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian regularly admits to being haunted by the idea of becoming irrelevant.Photograph:Cyril Byrne

Is Ireland’s humble ready-meal about to get a French makeover? Swiss-Irish food giant Aryzta is in talks to buy a 49 per cent stake in the French food(...)

Arytza chief executive Owen Killian: “The transaction will benefit the free float of Origin Enterprises and transform Aryzta into a pure play in speciality food.”

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has raised more than €404 million from the sale of 49 million shares in agri services business Origin Enterprises.Aryzta(...)

The BNP Paribas building at 5 George’s Dock in the IFSC, Dublin.   Photograph: Alan Betson

Another of the original office buildings in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre is about to be sold in an off-market deal for close to €(...)

The former IAWS headquarters on Thomas Street in Dublin 8.

An Irish investor is to look for tenants for the available space in the former IAWS headquarters on Thomas Street in Dublin 8 after buying it for €5.2(...)