Greencore CEO  Patrick Coveney: he  pledged in mid-March to spend half his time in the US

Greencore shares have recovered almost half their ground since slumping 30 per cent four days before St Patrick’s Day as the convenience foods group w(...)

Anti-establishment Five Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio. Photograph: Max Rossi/Reuters

Irish stocks edged higher on Wednesday while a weak euro provided support to the broader European market. In Italy, investors on the Milan bourse we(...)

A Smurfit Kappa plant. International Paper said on Wednesday that it will not mount a hostile bid for Smurfit Kappa.

US paper group International Paper (IP) has signalled that it is ready to improve the terms and value of its proposal for Smurfit Kappa, after the Iri(...)

Smurfit Kappa chairman Liam O’Mahony said the IP bid “entirely fails to value the group’s intrinsic business worth and prospects”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Two US hedge funds, Davidson Kempner and York Capital, have accumulated a combined 4.74 per cent interest in cardboard box maker Smurfit Kappa using f(...)

 Gary McGann: has also had his hands full with managing defections of senior staff at the bookmaker. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Paddy Power Betfair chairman Gary McGann was unfazed two years ago when a lucrative executive bonus scheme was met by a mini shareholder revolt at the(...)

Ryanair added 1.7% to €15.90 on Friday on a day in which Aer Lingus owner IAG announced bumper profits

Healthcare and technology companies led gains in European equities on Friday as the euro slipped amid mounting concern about the region’s economic out(...)

Smurfit Kappa CEO Anthony Smurfit  and chairman Liam O’Mahony. The company  reported a 22% increase in ebitda to €340 million. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Smurfit Kappa, which has resisted two takeover proposals from a US suitor in recent months, said on Friday that its full-year earnings will be “materi(...)

 Townsend Hook paper mill, operated by Smurfit Kappa Group plc, near Maidstone, UK:  International Paper has limited appetite to continue to pursue it if it keeps resisting a tie-up. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

Smurfit Kappa’s unwanted suitor, International Paper (IP), has signalled that it has limited appetite to continue to pursue the Irish company if it co(...)

Irish banking stocks were  out of sorts, with Permanent TSB declining 0.2 per cent to €1.75 and  Bank of Ireland dipping 0.2 per cent to €7.44. Photograph: Bloomberg

Irish shares dipped on Tuesday, taking their cue from early weakness on Wall Street, as traders across continental European markets and much of Asia (...)

International Paper is seeking to acquire Smurfit Kappa in a cash and stock transaction. Photograph: Luke Mac Gregor/Bloomberg

US packaging giant International Paper, which is circling Dublin-based peer Smurfit Kappa, is coming under pressure to boost shareholder rights and th(...)

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