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Chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland at Aryzta’s AGM in 2017. The company reports half-year results on Tuesday.  Photograph: Alan Betson

MONDAY Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb); German industrial production (Jan), exports and imports (Jan); US consumer inflation expectations ((...)

Burberry was down 1 per cent after its chief executive confirmed the company would no longer burn unsold goods

European shares dropped to their lowest level in five months on Thursday as worries over trade weighed and tech stocks came under pressure. In a vol(...)

The bakery group’s chairman  acknowledged  that the vote in favour of the compensation report was lower than the board would have liked.

Close to half of baker Aryzta’s shareholders opposed the Irish-Swiss group’s executive pay deal at its annual general meeting (agm) on Thursday. Aryz(...)

File Photo Bank of Ireland said today thatÊcustomers will soon no longer be able to withdraw less than 700 euro or lodge less than 3,000 euro at the counter in some of its branches.ÊInstead, customers will have to use ATMs or electronic banking. 21/11/2008. Banks Crisis. The Bank of Ireland has reported that it has had 'unsolicited approaches' from a number of parties interested in investing in the bank. Photo: Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ie

The Central Bank has forced Bank of Ireland to include an additional 6,000 customers in its tracker mortgage compensation scheme. The extra customers (...)

Former DAA chief executive Kevin Toland last month succeeded Owen Killian as chief executive of Aryzta. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Former Dublin Airport chief executive Kevin Toland could be paid more than €2 million in his first year with his new employer, Irish-Swiss food group(...)

Aryzta, the producer of the Cuisine de France brand, said its “financial and operational focus is on cash generation”. Photograph: iStockphoto

Aryzta has announced that it is currently evaluating alternatives for its 49 per cent shareholding in Picard. In a statement regarding speculation (...)

Ryanair gained 1.14 per cent to €16.19 as International Airlines Group (IAG) – owner of its rival Aer Lingus – reported better than expected first quarter earnings. File photograph: Stephanine Lecocq/EPA

Stocks rose on Friday on the back of upbeat jobs news from the US, prompting investors to bet that the Federal Reserve is likely to raise interest rat(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian: His position had become untenable after the group warned in late January that its earnings could plummet by 20 per cent this year as it lost biscuit and other baked goods contracts in the US. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

After weeks of speculation, Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian fell on his sword on Tuesday, stepping aside as chief executive of the embattled Irish(...)

BT shares fell as the telecoms giant warned on profits  after accounting irregularities at its Italian division. Photograph: Stefano Rellandini/Reuters

European stocks rose as commodity producers led an advance in cyclical shares while those deemed more immune to the economy trailed. Across Europe, t(...)

“Non-resident directors can reclaim vouched travel expenses at cost, whereas resident directors must pay tax on these. This makes no sense and is unfair”

Spare a thought for Ireland-resident non-executive directors (NEDs). These are the people who sit on the boards of listed companies, private businesse(...)

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