An engineer works on a newly rebranded Circle K service station in Rathfarnham, Dublin, in April. Circle K is set to operate three new motorway service areas. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Three motorway service areas that have cost Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) more than €20 million to build, and for which it is paying almost €(...)

Jørn Madsen, executive vice-president, Circle K Europe and Ireland; Niall Anderton, managing director of Circle K Ireland; and Jacob Schram, group president of European operations of Circle K at the official rollout of the brand. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Circle K has launched a €500,000 programme of special offers for customers of its garage forecourt stores as it rolls out its brand across Ireland ove(...)

Topaz, which employs 2,000 people across 440 petrol stations,  has annual turnover of about €3.5bn

A number of businesses aligned to the forecourt retailer Topaz, which is to rebrand shortly as Circle K, have reported mixed trading performances. To(...)

Niall Anderton, managing director of Topaz. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman walk into a petrol station. It’s Niall Anderton – born near Glasgow, raised in Sussex, matured in Black(...)

The site in Donnybrook, Dublin 4, for which plans for a six-storey hotel have been lodged. Photograph: Google

Planning permission has been sought for a new six-storey hotel in the heart of Donnybrook on a prime site associated with businessman Denis O’Brien. (...)

If reducing the 14 per cent gender pay gap between men and women is the aim, then boosting paternity leave entitlements and uptake is an obvious lever to pull.

When it comes to policies to encourage new fathers to take time off work when babies are born, Ireland is still in nappies. It emerged this week that (...)

Topaz (Circle K Ireland) managing director Niall Anderton; Jacob Schram, group president, European operations of Circle K; and Jorn Madsen, executive vice-president, Central and  Eastern Europe, Circle K, at the  launch of Topaz’s new Miles fuel brand.  Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Topaz has announced plans to invest €26 million across its Irish stations over the next four years as it continues to roll out its new Miles petrol br(...)

Gordon Lawlor, Topaz fuels director, with the new Miles fuel brand.

Topaz is investing €6 million in the roll-out of a new fuel brand, Miles, across its 430 Irish petrol stations. Miles is the fuel brand owned by Cana(...)

Topaz says there has been a tremendous response to the Cantina menu

Ireland’s largest fuel retailer Topaz is to create 40 new jobs as part of a €1 million investment that will see it opening up 10 new Cantina food outl(...)

Kendrick Investments held 99 per cent of Topaz   prior to its sale to Couche-Tard. Photograph: David Sleator

Denis O’Brien and Alimentation Couche-Tard, the Canadian company to which he sold the Topaz chain of forecourts for €258 million cash, have agreed a (...)

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