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UK pub group and brewer Greene King has agreed a £2.7 billion sale to Hong Kong real estate giant CKA. Photograph: PA

An investment group backed by Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing agreed to buy UK brewer and pub operator Greene King Plc for £2.7 billion (€2.95 billi(...)

New York-listed Ardagh reported on Thursday that it generated revenue of $2.26 billion in the second quarter.

Dublin-born financier Paul Coulson has hired former KPMG Ireland head Shaun Murphy as chief operating officer of his Ardagh Group, lining up a potenti(...)

Property shares, including housebuilder Cairn, were in demand in Dublin

European shares, which were buoyed early on Friday by rising hopes of a US interest rate cut, ended the session off their highs as fresh political tro(...)

AB InBevis, the world’s largest brewer, in the process of reducing debt. Photograph:  Bruno Fahy/AFP/Getty Images

Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewer, is selling its Australian operations to Japan’s Asahi for $11.3 billion (€10 billion) and could revi(...)

AB InBev’s setback can be explained at least partly by shifting trends in China, where younger consumers are increasingly moving away from traditional beers toward higher-priced craft brews and cocktails

For months, executives from Anheuser-Busch InBev NV raced to prepare for a listing of its Asian subsidiary, Budweiser Brewing Company APAC Ltd. It wa(...)

Ardagh will receive $2.5 billion in cash from the Exal deal

Irish-led bottle and can maker Ardagh Group intends repaying some of its $8 billion debt (€7.1 billion) with the $2.5 billion (€2.2 billion) that it i(...)

Kraft Heinz took a $15 billion (€13 billion) writedown in February to reflect a decline in the value of some of its biggest brands

Kraft Heinz’s chief executive is leaving the food company after a profit warning that shook the global consumer goods industry. Bernardo Hees will be(...)

While beer purists may recoil, more people are opting for low- and no-alcohol brews, and Europeans in particular have taken to the stuff. Photograph: Getty Images

Beer drinking is so ingrained in British (and Irish) life that any mention of choosing non-alcoholic versions of the stuff provokes ire. What is the p(...)

The report suggests that individual cities, such as Dublin,  could make huge gains by using blockchain to create a secure and common ledger to manage real-time data around areas such as transportation, energy and utilities

As much as 10 per cent of the world’s wealth will likely be stored on blockchain technology by 2027, according to a new report from networking giant C(...)

Well-known companies including AB InBev, Accenture, BBVA, Barclays, IBM, Deutsche Telecom, SAP, Repsol and Telefonica, are among the signatories pledging to support blockchain technology

More than 100 organisations have come together to promote a global framework for the development of blockchain in a move seen as a turning point in ga(...)

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