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 As public concern grows for the vulnerability of the food chain during the  pandemic, gardeners are discovering the international seed supply chain is not immune to  challenges.   Photograph: Getty Images

Forced to stay home as a result of Covid-19 restrictions and with far more free time on their hands, many people are happily dusting off their spades (...)

Maurice Pratt. chairman Uniphar with Daryl Byrne, chief executive of Euronext Dublin, and Ger Rabbette. chief executive, Uniphar at the bell ringing ceremony at Euronext Dublin.

Timing the stock market is mug’s game, as Maurice Pratt might say. The then C&C chief executive had to abandon a flotation of the cider maker in(...)

Daryl Byrne, chief executive at Euronext Dublin, formerly known as the Irish Stock Exchange. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Irish stock market is unlikely to host any initial public offerings (IPO) until after the summer due to volatility in equities globally, its chief(...)

Former Ryanair finance chief and current chief executive of Sirius Aviation Capital Howard Millar.

Former Ryanair finance chief Howard Millar’s new aircraft leasing business, Sirius Aircraft Leasing Fund, has delayed its planned flotation on the Lon(...)

DRes has control of a landbank capable of delivering more than 6,400 houses and apartments.

US private equity giant Lone Star’s plans for the €300 million-plus initial public offering (IPO) of an Irish housebuilding firm have been put on hold(...)

“The Fed is going loco,” Donald Trump bellowed, using the Spanish word for “crazy”. “They’re raising interest rates and it’s ridiculous.”

Following the interruption of a chuckling audience at the United Nations general assembly late last month after he boasted about his administration’s (...)

Residential landlords paid tax on just 59 per cent of their rental income in 2016, claiming total deductions of some €1 billion

Meetings between Minister for Communications Denis Naughten and David McCourt, the lead bidder for the Government’s National Broadband Plan, worth in (...)

The Square Tallaght: the southwest Dublin shopping destination sits on 27 acres and extends to 580,000sq ft.

Los Angeles private equity group Oaktree and Dublin-based Sigma Retail Partners have pushed out a decision on whether to proceed with Ireland’s first (...)

Ardagh Group chairman Paul Coulson has built the company into the world’s third largest drinks-can maker from a small, Dublin-based, glass bottle maker in just two decades. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Total borrowings at financier Paul Coulson’s Ardagh Group rose to €8 billion at the end of June as the glass and metals packaging giant completed its (...)

President Obama last year criticised US firms for becoming “magically” Irish through takeovers

It’s not us, it’s you. This should be the response to any political criticism directed Ireland’s way as multinationals swap American head-office addre(...)

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