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Gwen Layden, landlord of the George’s Street Arcade, Dublin.  Photograph:  Paul Faith / AFP

Nocturnal activities “What traditionally happens in a nightclub will continue to happen in a nightclub.” – Taoiseach Micheál Martin has good news (...)

Patrick Coveney has led Greencore for 14 years. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Convenience food group Greencore returned to revenue and profit growth as restrictions to deal with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic were unwound in t(...)

Ryanair made a strong comeback on Thursday. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP

European markets gained ground on Thursday despite fears over rising Covid levels and Wall Street’s Thanksgiving holiday break. DUBLIN Ryanair gaine(...)

Patrick Coveney has led Greencore for 14 years. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Patrick Coveney is departing as chief executive of sandwich and convenience food maker Greencore to take up the same role at airport caterer SSP. Ir(...)

After a flurry of deals that saw Irish Bank of Commerce taken over by City of Dublin Bank and the combined entity buy Anglo Irish Bank Corporation, Séan FitzPatrick becames head of the Anglo unit in 1980. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

June 1948 – Seán FitzPatrick is born to dairy farmer Michael and civil servant mother Johanna, who already had a daughter, Joyce 1966 – FitzPatrick, (...)

During his time at the helm, CRH continued to expand internationally, including buying businesses in the US that became the backbone of its Oldcastle subsidiary. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dr Tony Barry, former CRH chief executive and president of employers’ lobby Ibec, has died. Dr Barry, who was in his 80s, qualified as a civil engine(...)

CEO of Greencore Patrick Coveney: ‘We are pleased with the further improvement in our business in the fourth quarter.’ Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Food group Greencore expects to deliver revenue of more than £1.3 billion (€1.5bn) this year as the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic continues and (...)

Northwood House in Santry is a modern five-storey over basement building.

Northwood House, a modern office investment comprising 24 suites in Santry, Dublin 9, has come to market seeking €10.75 million. The five-storey-over(...)

Patrick Coveney, chief executive of Greencore, which  has reported that adjusted revenues soared by 53 per cent in the three months to June to £360.2 million, just 3 per cent below pre-Covid levels. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Investors have found shares in Greencore, the largest sandwich maker in the UK, about as palatable as one of its chicken wraps that has been left for(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Greencore’s chief executive warned on Tuesday that the largest sandwich maker in the UK expects to see a spike in raw material and packaging costs aft(...)

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