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We are aged 78 and 82 with a total pension of €47,000 per year made up of a private pension and the old age pension. We cannot work out what exactly w(...)

Investing in property

The Irish Stock Exchange has had little to cheer about since the financial crisis began in 2008. A depressed equity market and sharply reduced turnove(...)

Patrick Coveney of Greencore.  Photograph: James Horan/Photocall Ireland

Two of Ireland’s corporate titans waded into the debate on how much tax companies should pay at a recent meeting of the London Irish Business Society.(...)

A newly established Irish property investment company named Green Reit has announced its intention to seek stock exchange listings in Dublin and London.

A newly established Irish property investment company named Green Reit has announced its intention to seek stock exchange listings in Dublin and Londo(...)

DCC chief executive Tommy Breen. The company is to be added to the FTSE 250 index after close of business on June 21.

Energy and distribution group DCC is to be added to the FTSE 250 index from the close of business on June 21.The announcement marks DCC’s entry to the(...)

The Greencore sugar factory in Carlow, which closed when Ireland exited sugar production in 2006. Photograph: Alan Betson

Alison HealyFood and Farming CorrespondentIt was just one question in a wide-ranging breakfast briefing, but when Matt Cooper asked Greencore’s Patric(...)

Kepak, which bought ABP’s former Silvercrest plant in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, last month,   has confirmed that burger production has resumed at the plant.  Photographer: Mario Proenca/Bloomberg via Getty

The ABP Food Group, which was at the centre of the horse meat scandal, has announced plans to DNA-test almost a million cattle a year. The firm says t(...)

The former sugar factory in Carlow. Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney said yesterday he believed the sugar industry would never be restarted in Ireland because it did not make financial sense. However, his view was rejected by Beet Ireland, a group of farmers who are advancing plans to resume sugar production as soon as beet quotas are abolished.

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney said yesterday he believed the sugar industry would never be restarted in Ireland because it did not make fi(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney. The food company has reported a rise in first half profits. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Irish food company Greencore has reported a 6.3 per cent rise in first half profits despite coming under “severe pressure” in the wake of the h(...)

Michael O’Leary: famously opinionated

Foodmaker Greencore, due to report interim results tomorrow, is likely to move into profit in the US this year according to analysts, achieving fas(...)

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