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Pantibar sign – from the bar’s Facebook page

Writing in the late 1920s, the German critic Walter Benjamin described the “jerky nearness” of electric signage as a new feature of city life. Where (...)

Arthur Lenormand (left), marketing director of House of Beer (France), and Daniel Emerson of Finnbarra Cider/Nohoval Drinks Company at the announcement of a five-year contract to supply Finnbarra Dry Irish Craft Cider to the French market.

A west Cork craft cider maker, Nohoval Drinks Company, has secured a five-year French supply contract through a local unit of Carlserg. Nohoval, set (...)

Uefa expects to make €2 billion in revenue, up from the €1.4 billion it made four years ago when Poland and Ukraine were hosts. Photograph: iStock

When Euro 2016 begins today in France, it will be the biggest in the tournament’s history, with more teams, more games and more host cities. For Uef(...)

On top: a study has found Coca-Cola to be the most attractive sponsor of Euro 2016, followed by beer giants Heineken and Carlsberg. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

No whistles have yet been blown but, in the lead-up to Euro 2016, Coca-Cola is proving the sponsor with the most appeal to the Irish public, according(...)

Workers with the Pantibar sign. Photograph: Pantibar/Facebook

Thousands of people have signed an online petition calling for the retention of the Pantibar sign outside the eponymous gay bar on Dublin’s Capel Stre(...)

Carlsberg’s first-quarter net revenue rose 2 per cent on an adjusted basis to 13 billion kroner ($2 billion). Photograph: Reuters

Carlsberg, the world’s fourth-largest brewer, reported sales that beat estimates on a rebound in eastern Europe. First-quarter net revenue rose 2 pe(...)

 Italy’s national soccer player Riccardo Montolivo during a training session at Coverciano Sports Center in Florence, Italy. Photograph: Maurizio Degl’ innocenti/EPA

As soccer fans look forward to the European championship in France this summer, investment strategists have an eye on which listed companies could pro(...)

Jim Gavin’s Dublin are on the trail of a fourth successive league win, a feat achieved only twice before in football. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The audit of the National Football League is nearly complete. It’s an unusual competition in that the evidence of a given campaign isn’t considered hu(...)

Investors not convinced by the new Carlsberg strategy with shares falling by as much as 3.2%. Photograph: Getty Images

Carlsberg’s attempt to regain momentum with a new strategy after years in the doldrums failed to convince markets yesterday, with shares in the Danish(...)

Emmanuel Petit was in Dublin to promote Carlsberg’s Euro ticket giveaway  with over 1100 Ireland match tickets up for grabs. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

French World Cup and European Championship winner Emmanuel Petit says he fears this summer’s tournament in his home country may be marred by violence.(...)

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