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Ryanair flew into the pandemic with a relatively strong balance sheet. Photograph: Eric Luke

How do you weigh up the annus covidius horribilis of 2020 in words that don’t have to be asterisked? It was a year when a virus inflicted a brutal en(...)

Amazon’s shares soared as much as 92 per cent during 2020. Photograph: Thorsten Wagner/Bloomberg

Amazon was a clear Wall Street winner from the coronavirus crisis. The online retailer and cloud computing giant’s shares soared as much as 92 per ce(...)

Balance for Better Business co-chairs Brid Horan and Gary Kennedy. The organisation’s report found that a target for all publicly quoted companies to have at least one woman on their senior leadership team by the end of 2020 will be missed. File photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

All executive director appointments at publicly quoted companies in the Republic over the 18 months to September 1st were filled by men, while the rat(...)

Anne O’Leary, chief executive of Vodafone Ireland.

Sandwich maker, Greencore, has beefed up its board with three new non-executive director appointments, including the chief executive of mobile operato(...)

Smurft Kappa has had a good Covid-19 crisis.

It was a tale of two Covids as Greencore and Smurfit Kappa each turned to the equity markets in the past 10 days to load up on cash. Smurfit Kappa c(...)

Greencore CEO Patrick Coveney admitted this week that the UK’s largest maker of pre-packaged sandwiches had been ‘absolutely smashed’ by the pandemic. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

“In order to build confidence around you... you have to make it look like it’s natural and easy. But resilience and sticking at it matters as well bec(...)

London’s Canary Wharf financial district. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP via Getty

European shares eased slightly on Wednesday, ending a four-day winning streak, though markets still hovered near nine-month highs amid a relaxation of(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney: ‘The additional £90 million gives us a lot more headroom for downside Covid scenarios’

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney said the company was “absolutely smashed” by the first coronavirus lockdown and that it would not recover un(...)

Greencore CEO Patrick Coveney: ‘We remain confident that demand for our food-to-go categories will recover strongly as the effect of Covid-19 recedes.’ Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish food group Greencore successfully completed a £90 million (€101 million) share placing on Tuesday morning, with the proceeds set to be used to s(...)

The IRFU annual report for the 2019-20 season lays bare the financial effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the game here in confirming that the Union(...)

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