Michael Carvill, Kenmare Resources

Shares in Kenmare Resources fell almost 5 per cent on Tuesday morning after the Dublin-headquartered miner declared its maiden dividend but flagged a (...)

Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange, on Tuesday, when  stocks rebounded from Monday’s plunge.  Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Global financial markets showed signs of stabilising on Tuesday, a day after China’s announcement of retaliatory tariffs on imports from the United St(...)

Michael Carvill, Kenmare Resources.

Kenmare Resources got off to a good start in 2019, with the company reporting a rise in production. But shipments were hit by bad sea conditions in (...)

Michael Carvill, managing director of Kenmare Resources, was paid some $1.7m in 2018. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The chief executive of Kenmare Resources received total remuneration of some $1.7 million (€1.5m) in 2018, on the back of a year of “robust performanc(...)

Last month the  €10 million award to former Kenmare Resources deputy chairman Donal Kinsella was cut to €250,000.Photograph: Collins

Former mining company executive Donal Kinsella will have to repay €250,000 of a €500,000 payment he received so that a record €10 million libel award (...)

Michael Carvill, managing director of Kenmare Resources. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Kenmare Resources reported a sharp increase in revenues and profits last year, as the Irish producer of titanium minerals and zircon benefited from a (...)

Donal Kinsella, former depputy chairman of the Kenmare mining group, pictured at the Four Courts for a Court of Appeal hearing against the €10 million award he received for defamation. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has cut a €10 million libel award – the highest ever in the State – against mining company Kenmare Resources to €250,000. The €10(...)

Michael Carvill: “In 2018 Kenmare achieved production guidance for a third consecutive year, and total shipments of all products also set new annual record levels.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish titanium and zircon miner Kenmare Resources bounced back from a $34.1 million (€29.6m) debt last year as it reported a record performance. The (...)

Donal Kinsella  at the Four Courts yesterday. He has been paid  €500,000, plus €200,000 in costs, but a stay applies on payment of the remaining sum pending the appeal outcome. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal will rule later on an appeal by Kenmare Resources over a €10 million libel award, the highest in the history of the State, to its(...)

Patrick Coveney, CEO, Greencore. The company’s results are due on  Tuesday.

Monday Indicators: Irish manufacturing PMI (Nov); Euro zone manufacturing PMI (Nov); UK manufacturing PMI (Nov); German manufacturing PMI (Nov); US (...)

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