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Tourists come to Ireland and hope to visit places connected with our beer and whiskey industries just as they would want to visit a vineyard in France. Photograph: Reuters

I work in the alcohol industry. I work so that people can share a drink with colleagues in the pub on a Friday evening. I work so that people can invi(...)

The Government’s decision to omit long-term targets for greenhouse gas emissions has been repeatedly criticised during three days of Oireachtas hearin(...)

Ardagh chief executive Paul Coulson

US regulators fear that Ardagh’s €1.3 billion takeover of rival glass bottle manufacturer Verallia North America will cut competition and result in hi(...)

Investment may be problematic if we “have an environment that is very, very anti-alcohol”. Photograph: Eric Luke

In recent weeks, we got a degree of insight into the kinds of pressures being exerted on the Government over some of its proposed public health polici(...)

Microsoft has once again been voted the best place to work in Europe.

  Software company Microsoft has been voted the best place to work in Europe for the fifth successive year. The Great Place to Work li(...)

Donard Gaynor’s knowledge of the global spirits market, particularly the buying habits of whiskey drinkers, is older than some of the rare malts resti(...)

The Xtravision store on the corner of Baggot Street and Waterloo Road in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

Hilco Capital is buying DVD rental chain Xtravision out of receivership, giving the UK-based restructuring specialist a second high-profile presence i(...)

Pierre Joannon is well known to anyone with an interest in Irish history and culture. The honorary consul general of Ireland in the south of France si(...)

Investec Ventures partner Leo Hamill, , Conor Ryan, co-Founder and COO at Betapond, and David Bowles of Delta Partners.

Irish technology company Betapond has raised €2 million in venture capital funding to accelerate the development of its social commerce offering to re(...)

The chief executive of Diageo (which owns Guinness) will step down from the board at the annual meeting in September. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Reuters

Diageo’s chief executive, Paul Walsh, is stepping down after 13 years at the helm of the company behind Smirnoff and Guinness. He will ma(...)

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