Fane Valley

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ABP said the businesses will continue to operate under their respective trading names for the foreseeable future. Photograph: Bloomberg

ABP has acquired the remaining 50 per cent shareholding in Linden Foods it doesn’t already own in partnership with Fane Valley Foods, the company conf(...)

Brendan Marry,  accountant; Una O’Neill, head of talent; Paul Carr, iQ development team lead; and Justin Lawless, chief executive of Intact Software

Intact, a Dundalk-based developer of enterprise resource planning and business management software, plans to create 40 new jobs this year. The compan(...)

Silver Hill Farm chief executive Micheál Briody, left; Andrew Tjioe, founder Duckland; Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business; Ciaran Gallagher, Bord Bia manager for southeast Asia; and Irish Ambassador to Singapore Pat Bourne at the launch of    Duckland restaurant in Singapore earlier this year.

Duck producer Silver Hill Farm is finalising a €25 million investment programme as it looks to increase the volume of ducks it processes each week. (...)

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(...)

Stuart Steele at the family run Silver Hill Farm duck breeding and processing plant in Monaghan

The Co Down-headquartered food co-operative Fane Valley has acquired Monaghan-based duck processor Silver Hill Foods for an undisclosed sum. Silver H(...)

Organisations and colleges such as the Confederation of British Industry, the Construction Employers Federation, Queen’s University and Ulster University also are signatories to the letter. Photograph: iStock

More than 50 leading Northern Ireland based companies have written an open letter to British MPs warning of the threat to the North’s “political stabi(...)

Business leaders from the North at Downing Street for a meeting with UK prime minister Theresa May. Photograph: Seamus Leheny

The “backstop” solution to avoid a hard Irish border post-Brexit should not be feared, UK prime minister Theresa May told Northern Ireland businesses (...)

Northern  Secretary Karen Bradley speaking to business leaders during an event at Belfast Metropolitan College. ‘This is the best deal for the United Kingdom.’  Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA Wire

Northern Secretary Karen Bradley has urged her fellow MPs to “put the national interest first” and sign up to the draft Brexit deal agreed last week b(...)

DUP leader Arlene Foster: “I fully appreciate the risks of a ‘no deal’ but the dangers of a bad deal are worse.” Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Arlene Foster is playing the Orange card as the Brexit negotiations may or may not be reaching endgame, amplifying the threat posed by the frequently (...)

“On Brexit the politics overtook the economics quite some time ago now.”

A leading unionist businessman has urged politicians in the North to find a “middle way” to ensure that Brexit does not damage the Northern Ireland ec(...)

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