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Ardagh chairman Paul Coulson has said he has no interest in sell off any of his 33 per cent stake in the company.

Irish financier Paul Coulson’s international metal and glass containers company Ardagh Group has moved to repay $440 million (€375 million) of high-c(...)

Ardagh chairman and chief executive Paul Coulson, hailed the benefits of scale and diversity as the company reported strong earnings Thursday despite falling sales at its US glass business. Photograph: Frank Miller

Shares in Ardagh Group, the glass and metal container maker built up by Dublin businessman Paul Coulson, soared on Thursday in New York as the group r(...)

Sunnyside, purchased by former Ardagh chief executive Ian Curley for €4.35m.

Ian Curley, former chief executive of glass and metal company Ardagh, has emerged as the purchaser of Sunnyside on Vico Road in Co Dublin for €4.35 mi(...)

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Paul Coulson: he is chairman, chief executive and holder of a 33%   stake in Ardagh Group

Ardagh Group, the Irish-led glass and metal containers manufacturer, has decided to close a US glass bottle site it acquired almost four years ago as(...)

Ardagh Group chairman  Paul Coulson ventured into the riskiest area of the bond markets this week, raising $350 million through the sale of payment-in-kind notes. Photograph: Alan Betson

You’ve got to hand it to Paul Coulson and how he can play international debt markets. The Dublin financier’s glass and metal containers group, Ardagh(...)

Paul Coulson is set to benefit by €100 million, based on his 36 per cent stake in the holding company.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The ultimate parent company of glass and metal containers maker Ardagh Group is set to pay an 8.75 per cent interest rate on debt being sold to fund a(...)

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(...)

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