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DCC chief executive Tommy Breen  said Hammer’s expertise would better enable the company to take advantage of positive industry trends. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

DCC’s technology division has agreed to acquire UK-based Hammer, a specialist distributor of server and storage solutions, in a deal initially valued(...)

Noelle Daly and Stephen Cluskey of Mobility Mojo, and Darren Ryan, chief executive of Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, ahead of the 2016 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards taking place in the Mansion House in Dublin this evening, supported by DCC plc.

The creators of a travel app for people with reduced mobility will be among nine businesses to win €600,000 in funding at the Social Entrepreneurs Ire(...)

Ryanair:  among a number of airlines that experienced declines on Friday as a result of the attack in Nice, France. Photograph:  Eric Luke

European stocks stabilised late on Friday after a further bout of volatility sparked by the attack in Nice in the south of France. Travel and leisure (...)

DCC chief Tommy Breen

DCC said its first quarter operating profit was “significantly” higher than the same period last year and modestly ahead of expectations, driven by th(...)

DCC chief executive Tommy Breen: his basic salary increased 3.1 per cent to €737,000. Photograph: Dave Meehan

DCC chief executive Tommy Breen received a total remuneration package of €4.462 million last year, down from €4.779 million in 2015. The slight decl(...)

Tommy Breen, CEO of DCC. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

For a company generally considered one of the most cautious in corporate Ireland, it is somewhat ironic that DCC keeps its headquarters in a building (...)

Smurfit Kappa chief executive Tony Smurfit. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Smurfit Kappa must put its ambitions to become the fifth Irish company on the prestigious FTSE 100 index in London on hold, after a rejig of the inde(...)

DCC is forecasting its current financial year will be “another year of profit growth and development for the group.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

DCC said its operating profit rose 35.5 per cent to £300.5 million (€384.7 million), the fastest pace in two decades, driven by its energy business as(...)

Cormac McCarthy stepped down from his role with Paddy Power following its merger with Betfair

DCC, the fuel-to-electronics conglomerate, has appointed Cormac McCarthy to its board as a non-executive director. The company said Mr McCarthy, who (...)

“This acquisition will significantly strengthen our business in Denmark, as well as further develop our presence in the retail market for transport fuels, following our previous acquisitions in the European retail petrol station market in Sweden and France,” said Tommy Breen, DCC’s chief executive.

DCC, the fuel-to-electronics conglomerate, is to pay 300 million kroner (€40 million) for a Danish commercial, aviation and retail fuels business prev(...)

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