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Chief executive Donal Murphy (right) with former chief executive Tommy Breen. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish distribution group DCC is likely to buy more businesses in the US and Europe this year following last year’s record £670 million (€762.5 millio(...)

 Cormac McCarthy as CEO Ulster Bank  in 2009. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

US private equity giant Oaktree is lining up Cormac McCarthy as chairman for a new Irish retail-focused real-estate investment trust (Reit) that it is(...)

Irish businesses with a presence in the UK have a mixed record in terms of the gender pay gap, according to figures filed by a midnight deadline. Photograph: Getty Images

Kerry Group has bucked the trend at one of its British businesses where it pays its female employees more than men – fractionally. Kerry Foods Limit(...)

DCC chief executive Donal Murphy

Irish sales, marketing and support services group DCC has completed its acquisition of both Retail West and the German company, Tega. DCC announced (...)

The action by the ODCE against INM marks a serious escalation of its investigation into its affairs. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónail

It is not every day that the Republic’s corporate watchdog confirms its intention to seek the appointment of a High Court inspector to a company. That(...)

Traffic coming onto College Green in Dublin city centre: There was an assumption the Luas would dominate over buses and “everyone else would just have to put up with it”. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Alternatives to the current design and location of the proposed College Green civic plaza in Dublin city centre were not properly evaluated, it was cl(...)

DCC chief executive Donal Murphy (left) said he was “excited” to enter the US market.

DCC, the Irish-based fuel distribution-to-technology sales group, has announced a $50 million acquisition in the US in what marks its first foray into(...)

Intel bought Israeli autonomous vehicle technology firm Mobileye in a deal worth $15.3 billion. Photograph: AFP Photo / Kimihiro Hoshinokimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images
The key sectors

In what was another very strong year for Irish mergers and acquisition activity, there was little change in the sectoral profile, with healthcare, foo(...)

DCC chief executive Donal Murphy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

DCC is expanding its liquefied petroleum gas business in Britain with a £28.75 million acquisition. The company said it had agreed to buy the trade (...)

DCC chief executive Donal Murphy said the acquisition of TEGA would provide DCC LPG with a platform in the “large, relatively fragmented German LPG market”.

DCC has moved to strengthen its European liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) business with the announcement that it will acquire German business TEGA. The (...)

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