Ardagh

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Paul Coulson, Ardagh Group chairman, sold $1.715 billion (€1.53bn) of dollar and euro-denominated bonds  to refinance some higher-cost loans and return €270 million of capital to shareholders. Photograph: Frank Miller 14.12.06

Paul Coulson hasn’t lost his nose for timing a transaction perfectly – at least from where he’s standing. The Ardagh Group chairman sold $1.715 bill(...)

Paul Coulson, chairman of Ardagh Group at The Irish Times Property Forum

The dysfunctional property market – where not enough houses are being built to meet demand, where social housing lists lengthen by the day and where t(...)

Ardagh Group chairman Paul Coulson has built the company into the world’s third largest drinks-can maker from a small, Dublin-based, glass bottle maker in just two decades. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Total borrowings at financier Paul Coulson’s Ardagh Group rose to €8 billion at the end of June as the glass and metals packaging giant completed its (...)

Denis O’Brien appears to be taking on his mission  with an almost quasi-religious zeal. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When Denis O’Brien announced last October that he wanted revenue sharing agreements with Google and Facebook or he would block their ads from Digicel(...)

Philip Lane: hinted at provision of emergency liquidity for banks. Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Another week has trundled by and still the corridors of Government buildings remain eerily quiet – but some cracks in the ice of the current impasse s(...)

Paul Coulson: as he turns 64, the head of Ardagh Group is not retiring, but looking at more ways to expand his glass empire. Photograph: Frank Miller

A year ago, Paul Coulson finally seemed to have lost his nerve as he dropped out of the running for a €3 billion bottle-making business being sold by (...)

Variable liquidity: Paul Coulson’s stake in Ardagh Group, the company he transformed in less than two decades from sleepy Irish glass bottle maker to a global packaging giant, may be worth as much as €1.9 billion as a result of his biggest-ever deal. Photograph: Ardagh

Paul Coulson’s stake in Ardagh Group, the company he transformed in less than two decades from sleepy Irish glass bottle maker to a global packaging g(...)

Paul Coulson, chairman and Edward Kilty, group chief executive, at the Ardagh plc Annual General Meeting, in Dublin, on Monday: the company has put its US plans on hold because of “challenging” market conditions.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish-owned packaging group Ardagh insists it still intends to launch part of its business on the New York Stock Exchange despite putting those plans(...)

Irish-owned packaging giant Ardagh is likely to press ahead with a €2 billion flotation of its metals business on the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Irish-owned packaging giant Ardagh is likely to press ahead with a €2 billion flotation of its metals business on the New York Stock Exchange after p(...)

The group, controlled by Irish businessman Paul Coulson, said in April it was considering floating the division. Photograph: Frank Miller

Irish-owned packaging giant, Ardagh, has taken the first formal steps towards raising €2 billion in equity and debt by launching its metals division (...)

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