Irish Distillers

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Much like the wider economy, Ireland’s top companies have experienced exponential growth over the past 50 years. Take a look at the table – back in 19(...)

Irish whiskey’s renaissance has matured to the point where multinationals and domestic players have committed to spending almost €400 million on build(...)

Dave Murphy, PM Group chief executive

PM Group, the Tallaght-headquartered engineering and project management company, boosted its sales last year by 10 per cent to €193 million as its mai(...)

The hotseat at the  Vodafone Leopardstown base appears to be more of a springboard to better things.

There is sure to be plenty of people in Ireland sending congratulatory text messages to Jeroen Hoencamp this weekend, after he was named as the new ch(...)

In a pre-budget submission to Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, the drinks industry has warned that the tax increase is threatening jobs and tourism

A drinks industry body is calling for a reversal of tax increases on alcohol in last year’s budget as sales decline and almost one pub a day closes.Th(...)

Paul Duffy: ‘Sometimes in Ireland we can be a little critical of people who try.’

Paul Duffy may spend his time travelling the world as the chairman and chief executive of the Absolut Company, but he hasn’t forgotten his roots. Back(...)

Two Chinese men deliver Dublin-brewed Irish stout to O’Malley’s, the first Irish pub in Shanghai

It is an “Irish” business with sales of €3 billion and 4,000 outlets around the world. It opens a new premises every two or three days and the most po(...)

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Image of the week: Commissioned artThis graffiti, seen on security fence surrounding the construction site of the new headquarters of the European Cen(...)

Frank O’Reilly (left) at a reception to announce building plans in TCD in 1988 with then  provost Dr WA Watts

Insofar as there is such a thing as “the purple” in Irish Catholic society, then Francis Joseph Charles O’Reilly, known to family, friends and colleag(...)

Tourists come to Ireland and hope to visit places connected with our beer and whiskey industries just as they would want to visit a vineyard in France. Photograph: Reuters

I work in the alcohol industry. I work so that people can share a drink with colleagues in the pub on a Friday evening. I work so that people can invi(...)

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