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Gary Kennedy, co-chair of the Balance for Better Business review group: ‘The clock is ticking.’   Photograph: Leah Farrell/

At least a dozen companies trading on the Euronext Dublin are set to fall short of a Government-backed target for there to be no all-male boards among(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney.

Listed food group Greencore has reported a 2.9 per cent decline in revenue for its third quarter. Year-to-date sales are down 4 per cent. The company(...)

House builders had little relief on Wednesday, traders said, as Cairn Homes fell 1.96 per cent to €1.202

Shares tumbled on Wednesday as escalating trade tensions between the US and China fanned fears of slowing global growth. Dublin House builders had l(...)

Bríd Horan, co-chairwoman of the Balance for Better Business group: changes required are not just ‘a numbers game’. Photograph: Leah Farrell /

The boards of the 20 biggest publicly quoted Irish companies should be at least 33 per cent female by the end of 2023, while women should make up at l(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney said on Tuesday that the UK’s biggest sandwich maker is preparing to make a big play on hot food and “in-sto(...)

 Ryanair:  Among a number of airlines whose stocks rose on the back of the Brexit extension. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty

Monday Results: Ryanair. Indicators: German PPI (Apr). Meetings: Digiday Brand Summit Europe (Powerscourt Hotel, Enniskerry, Co Wicklow); Future Heal(...)

Managing director of Ornua’s global foods division Róisín Hennerty: the company has stockpiled nearly 40,000 tonnes of product, mainly cheese, in the UK ahead of the possibility of a crash-out Brexit. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Ornua’s first foray into the United States was something of a failure. Ireland’s largest dairy exporter, owner of the billion-euro Kerrygold brand, di(...)

Greencore proposed the return of value to shareholders after selling out of its US business for $1.075 billion  to American rival Hearthside Foods in a surprise move last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

I was wondering if there will be a special dividend to those people who didn’t participate in the Greencore tender offer. Regards Mr D.L., email I (...)

Smurfit Kappa chief executive Tony Smurfit. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

From promising acquisitions to significant asset sales and business exits, the winners for July, August and September of this year’s Irish Times Busin(...)

Greencore has become more dependent on the UK after selling its US operation last November to Heartside Foods.

Shares in Greencore, which makes about half of all sandwiches sold on UK’s high streets, slid on Friday after analysts at German brokerage Berenberg d(...)

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