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Glanbia PLC managing director Siobhán Talbot. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Glanbia PLC managing director Siobhán Talbot is hoping, for the sake of her SlimFast brand, that perennial dieters who have taken it easy during Covid(...)

Brody Sweeney:  said the IPOready course has opened up an IPO as an option. ‘But whether we go down that route or not, I’m not sure.’ Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

Graduates from last year’s class of the pre-IPO programme, called IPOready, Euronext Dublin has been running since 2015 regaled those tuning into a vi(...)

Carl McCann, chairman of Balmoral International Land. File photograph: Frank Miller

Balmoral International Land, the property company spun out of tropical fruits group Fyffes in 2006, saw the value of its assets rise last year as an e(...)

There’s no sign Paul Coulson, who turns 70 next year, wants to cash in any of his chips. Photograph: Alan Betson

Paul Coulson’s Ardagh Group may have failed to convince the European General Court last month that the sound of its metal packaging unit’s drink cans (...)

Total Produce bought a 45 per cent stake in Dole Foods in 2018 and agreed in February to an outright merger between both companies to form Dole

Shares in Dole plc, a company created to complete the merger between Dublin-based Total Produce and US rival Dole Foods to form the world’s largest f(...)

 Volkswagen moved up 1.57%  to €207.05 aided by a second increase in the group’s predicted profit margin in six months. Photograph: Jens Schlueter/AFP

Strong earnings, rising oil prices and positive sentiment boosted European shares to all-time highs again on Thursday. DUBLIN Building materials gi(...)

Total Produce agreed in February to an outright merger between both companies to form a new company, called Dole plc, which will be headquartered in Dublin but listed in New York. Photograph: iStock

The imminent merger between Total Produce and US rival Dole Foods to form the world’s largest fruit and vegetable supply business has suffered a minor(...)

Dole will be one of the leaders in value added salads and fresh packed vegetables in the United States.

Food group Dole has said its shares will be offered for sale at a guide price of between $20 and $23 per share when it floats on the New York Stock Ex(...)

The combined company, operating under the Dole brand, will be incorporated in Ireland, with its global headquarters in Dublin, but it will be listed in the US. Photograph: iStock

The European Commission has cleared the way for the completion of a planned merger between Total Produce and Dole Foods, in a deal that will create th(...)

Top executives at Total Produce  stand to receive special bonuses on the completion of a merger with Dole Foods to create the world’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable supplier. Photograph: aluxum/iStock

Total Produce’s executive chairman Carl McCann, chief executive Rory Byrne and finance director Frank Davis stand to receive special bonuses on the c(...)

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