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Paul Coulson’s effective stake in the listed Ardagh Group is about 33 per cent.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Ardagh chairman Paul Coulson is positioned to enjoy a €100 million-plus windfall as the metal and glass packaging giant’s ultimate parent group sells (...)

Ardagh chief executive Ian Curley: he has   handed in his resignation to “pursue other business opportunities”

The chief executive of glass and metal containers maker Ardagh, Ian Curley, has handed in his resignation to “pursue other business opportunities” aft(...)

Vincent Doyle pauses at a scenic spot  above the River Shannon where his father, Fr John J Doyle, often took him. Vincent did not know the priest was his father, but knew him as his godfather. Photograph: Suzanne Kreiter/Boston Globe

It was the early 1980s when they first met at a wedding in Co Cavan. Fr John J Doyle (44) was a Co Longford Spiritan (Holy Ghost) priest, home from t(...)

Ardagh raised about $319 million in net proceeds following its flotation in March

Ardagh Group, the Irish-led glass and metal containers group that floated in New York earlier this year, warned that a recent dip by the dollar agains(...)

Paul Coulson of Ardagh  rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange in March. In April the group announced 38 per cent increase in earnings in the first quarter of the year

Ardagh Group, the glass and metal containers giant built up by Irish financier Paul Coulson over the past two decades, has secured a rating upgrade fr(...)

Brand Finance ranking of Ireland’s most valuable brands reveals Guinness’s brand value grew 2 per cent to €2.045 billion in the past year.

Guinness is among the 10 most valuable beer brands in the world, according to a new study which finds the company’s value has reached an all-time high(...)

Paul Coulson: finding chunky deals to continue the group’s 36 per cent compound annual earnings growth will not be easy. Photograph: Alan Betson

Paul Coulson may be about to celebrate his 65th birthday at the end of this month, but retirement is the last thing on the Ardagh Group chairman’s min(...)

The Irish Stock Exchange, Dublin: Irish companies have been active in IPO activity in the first three months of 2017. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A healthy pipeline of IPOs is beginning to emerge across Europe according to PwC’s IPO watch Europe survey. The survey notes that Irish companies h(...)

Paul Coulson, chairman of Ardagh Group, rings the opening bell alongside John Tuttle, Global Head of Listings at the NYSE, Ian Curley, CEO of Ardagh Group, and John Sheehan, director of Investor Relations of Ardagh Group, as the company holds its IPO at the New York Stock Exchange on March 15th, 2017.

Irish financier Paul Coulson’s Ardagh Group, the metals and glass containers maker which floated on the New York Stock Exchange last month, may be tem(...)

Tony Smurfit, chief executive of Smurfit Kappa, saw his remuneration rise by almost 9 per cent last year to €1.66 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Tony Smurfit, chief executive of Smurfit Kappa, saw his remuneration rise by almost 9 per cent last year to €1.66 million, driven by a jump in his bas(...)

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