Costa Coffee

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Coca-Cola’s second-quarter sales fell by 28 per cent year on year to $7.2 billion. Photograph: Ramin Talaie/Bloomberg

Coca-Cola has suffered its steepest quarterly sales drop in at least 25 years, in stark contrast to a resilient performance from its rival PepsiCo and(...)

Four food closure orders have been served on premises by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI), including on one restaurant in Tallaght where inspectors found “fresh rodent droppings” near the kitchen area. File photograph: iStock

Four food closure orders have been served on premises by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI), including on one restaurant in Tallaght where in(...)

Warehouse and office building at Magna Business Park, which will show a net initial yield of 6.13 per cent.

Agent CBRE is guiding €3.75 million for a warehouse and office building at Magna Business Park in west Dublin, which will show a net initial yield of (...)

Costa was one of the few big coffee chains up for sale.

Coca Cola has agreed to buy the UK chain Costa Coffee for £3.9 billion (€4.4 billion) to gain a global brand to expand in hot drinks. Whitbread agree(...)

Costa has been valued by some at £3 billion. Photograph: Reuters

Whitbread has said sales at Costa Coffee were dented in the first quarter by Britain’s high street woes, adding that it is making “good progress” in p(...)

Total revenue at Costa owner Whitbread rose 8.1 per cent to £1.55 billion. Photograph: Graham Barclay/Bloomberg News

Britain’s Whitbread said its first-half profit rose 5.4 per cent, helped by growing demand at its Premier Inn hotels and the Costa Coffee chain. Whit(...)

The Irish company had a market cap on admission of about €299.7 million and a total of 78.9 million ordinary shares in issue

Shares in Irish service station operator Applegreen began trading in Dublin on Friday, raising €91.7 million for the company and its owners. Some 24.1(...)

Applegreen has 98 forecourts in the State, including 12 dealers and eight motorway stations

Irish fuel group Petrogas is targeting an initial public offering of its Applegreen service station business for June, The Irish Times has learned.It(...)

Petrogas owner Joe Barrett pictured at  the Applegreen Motorway Service Area on the M11 in Wicklow.

Irish fuel group Petrogas is considering floating its Applegreen service station business on the stock market next year. The Dublin-based compa(...)

Rob Gray (left) in his cafe at 63 Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tom LyonsTwenty-five-year old entrepreneur Rob Gray has opened a high-profile cafe on Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Called Cafe Gray, the cafe is the secon(...)

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