Donegal Investment Group owns potato varieties including Rooster and Slaney. Photograph: iStock

Donegal Investment Group, formerly Donegal Creameries, is selling its animal feed business for €17.25 million after conducting a strategic review of t(...)

Photograph: iStock

Revenue at Donegal Investment Group rose by 4.6 per cent to 46.1 million in the six months to February 28th, driven primarily by the company’s special(...)

Donegal Investment Group has 30 proprietary potato varieties including names such as Rooster and Slaney. Photograph: iStock

Pre-tax profit at Donegal Investment Group, formerly Donegal Creameries, increased more than 4 per cent in its financial year but revenues fell as the(...)

Donegal sold non-core assets, including a 30% stake in Monaghan Middlebrook Mushrooms.

Donegal Investment Group, formerly Donegal Creameries, has reported a decline in profit and revenue for the six months to the end of February The sli(...)

Donegal Investment Group: also considering the sale of its Nomadic specialist dairy business

A long-running dispute over the price Donegal Investment Group was to receive after the sale of its 30 per cent stake in Monaghan Mushrooms has offici(...)

Accounting Technicians Ireland president Dargan FitzGerald with Emer Duffy, lead sales manager, Sage, at the launch of ATI’s annual conference 2017, The Next Frontier. Photograph:  Conor McCabe Photography

MONDAY Results: Kainos. Indicators: German consumer confidence (Dec); US new home sales (Oct). TUESDAY Results: Cranswick, Falcon Oil & Ga(...)

Donegal Investment Group is in line for a €45 million windfall after settling a long-running dispute over the price of its exit from Monaghan Mushrooms.

Donegal Investment Group is in line for a €45 million windfall after settling a long-running dispute over the price of its exit from Monaghan Mushroom(...)

A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

European stocks edged up to near four-month highs with a raft of company results in focus while euro zone bond yields rose from five-week lows as inve(...)

The 2,400-acre Grianán Estate in Burt, Co Donegal, produces 3,000 tonnes of milk, cereals and vegetables a year.

The organic farm that supplies Flahavan’s breakfast cereals has been sold for almost €17.5 million. Donegal Investment Group has sold the Grianán Est(...)

Donegal Investment Group has   interests in the agribusiness sector. Photograph: iStock

Donegal Investment Group, a group with a number of interests in the agribusiness sector, told shareholders the company will “discontinue the payment o(...)

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