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Capt Sinéad Reen, of the National Maritime College of Ireland,  was the first Irish woman to qualify as a master mariner. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/ Provision

Not so long ago, a British navy captain received an extraordinary reaction to a video he posted on Twitter in response to a jibe about “women drivers”(...)

Donal Murphy succeeded long-time chief executive Tommy Breen earlier this year

Donal Murphy, the new chief executive of fuels-to-tech conglomerate DCC, said it is on course for a “record” year of spend on acquisitions, as analyst(...)

DCC’s new chief executive Donal Murphy (left) with outgoing chief executive Tommy Breen. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

Sales, marketing and support services group DCC is “actively looking for opportunities” in relation to mergers and acquisitions, its new chief executi(...)

Topaz garages are to be rebranded soon.

Alimentation Couche-Tard, the Canadian-listed owner of Topaz, will bring its Circle K brand to Ireland next year, as part of an overall rebranding pa(...)

Outgoing DCC chief executive Tommy Breen said the group would have “another year of profit growth and development”.

DCC, the fuel distribution-to-health services group, sees an opportunity to grow its fledgling information technology security business following las(...)

Bob Etchingham, ceo Applegreen, he founded the business in 1992 with one station in Ballyfermot. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Applegreen knew just how to make a splash when it emerged seven weeks ago that its service station on the M1 in Lusk sold the golden ticket behind a €(...)

DCC’s €273.5 million acquisition of Esso’s filling stations in Norway marks the firm’s second-largest deal. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

DCC, the Irish-based fuel distribution-to-technology sales conglomerate, led share risers on the FTSE 100 in London on Tuesday after it agreed to buy (...)

Kendrick Investments held 99 per cent of Topaz   prior to its sale to Couche-Tard. Photograph: David Sleator

Denis O’Brien and Alimentation Couche-Tard, the Canadian company to which he sold the Topaz chain of forecourts for €258 million cash, have agreed a (...)

Redfaire is adding to staff to grow its software business and meet demand for Oracle’s cloud products. Photograph: iStock Photos

Irish IT services and software firm Redfaire is to create 40 jobs as it expands its overseas customer base. The company, which is headquartered in (...)

Topaz managing director  Niall Anderton and Jørn Madsen, Couche-Tard executive vice-president for central and eastern Europe. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Fuels group Topaz plans to invest €33 million in its retail network across Ireland in 2017 in a move that it expects will create more than 200 jobs. T(...)

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