Jo Burger

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Jo’Burger, which originated from a single outlet in Rathmines, had previously been in insolvency in 2009 but continued trading after a rescue deal was agreed with an examiner

The Jo’Burger restaurant group controlled by businessman Joe Macken, which operated from at least six Dublin premises, has gone into liquidation. The(...)

Joe Macken of Jo’Burger pictured in the Rathmines branch of the restaurant. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Restaurant franchise Jo’Burger will seek to reduce costs after losses increased by 46 per cent last year, according to the latest accounts filed with (...)

Joe Macken, John Roberts and Kevin Macken:  Roberts declined to reveal how much his former business partner paid him, but said it was an amicable arrangement.

Dublin restaurateur Joe Macken and his family have regained full control of their Jo’Burger group of six trendy Dublin restaurants, after buying out t(...)

Crackbird started as a pop-up restaurant in early 2011 before permanently locating to a premises on Dame Street.

Jo’Burger, the Dublin-based hipster restaurant group founded by Joe Macken in which Irish rugby international Jamie Heaslip has an interest, saw loss(...)

Jamie Heaslip: The 30-year-old’s business interests include a share in the Jo-Burger firm that includes Dublin restaurants Crackbird and Skinflint.

Accumulated profits at the firm owned by former Irish rugby captain Jamie Heaslip last year topped €60,000.Last week, the IRFU broke its pay structure(...)