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Siobhan Talbot, chief executive   Glanbia Plc. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Irish-listed food group Glanbia is stockpiling products in Britain as a contingency measure against a no-deal Brexit. In an exclusive interview with(...)

Jan Anker, chief executive of Royal A-ware, and Jim Bergin, chief executive of Glanbia Ireland

Glanbia Ireland plans to partner with a Dutch dairy producer to build a €140 million continental cheese-manufacturing facility in Co Kilkenny. The A(...)

Investigations by competition authorities are generally expected in the case of substantial mergers.

UK regulators formally launched an investigation into the merger between Lakeland Dairies and LacPatrick co-op on Wednesday. Shareholders in both gro(...)

Tesco bucked the UK trend in its sector with higher UK like-for-like sales over Christmas. Photograph: Reuters

European shares closed higher on Thursday as investors shrugged off concerns about the car-making and retail sectors. The pan-European Stoxx 600 inde(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street rose as gains in the technology and consumer sectors helped extend Friday’s rally. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

European shares slipped on Monday as investors remained nervous about the euro-zone economy, Brexit and the US government shutdown. DUBLIN Dublin’s (...)

Detroit: The city lost almost a third of its population between 2000 and 2016. Photograph: Jeff Haynes/AFP/Getty Images

Dayton, Ohio epitomised the hard times on which dozens of industrial midwest American cities had fallen. A manufacturing powerhouse until the 1980s, t(...)

Apple’s first sales warning in over a decade sent European shares sliding, with the tech sector particularly badly bruised as chipmakers that supply the iPhone maker fell sharply. Photograph: Getty Images

A revenue warning from Apple rocked equity markets around the globe yesterday as concerns over a damaging China-US trade battle and its impact on worl(...)

 The euro turns 20 in 2019, after two tumultuous decades that saw the single currency  become a fixture on the financial markets and in Europeans’ wallets. Photograph: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty

Before the euro became a reality, the two primary concerns at the highest level in Ireland were that retailers would use the changeover to hike prices(...)

Swiss-Irish group Aryzta was the worst performer on the Iseq this year, plummeting by 87 per cent, after management raised more than €740 million through a share sale to help lower the embattled group’s debt levels and fund a restructuring programme.

The Iseq index of Irish shares is set for its fourth-worst annual performance in 25 years, with baked goods maker Aryzta, homebuilders and banks among(...)

Aryzta had an unremitting bad year and was the  standout corporate loser of 2018. Photograph: Reuters

It was another year of mixed fortunes in corporate Ireland. The economy continues to be the fastest growing in Europe while the live register fell to (...)

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