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 (...)

The falling oil price benefitted fuel-dependent travel companies, with Ryanair up 0.52%  to €11.65

US stocks gained as investors focused on the outlook for trade ahead of a meeting between the US and Chinese presidents. US treasuries edged higher an(...)

Michael Carvill , Managing Director Kenmare Resources  .Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Kenmare Resources is to provide its first dividend to shareholders in the first half of next year. The Dublin and London-listed mining firm, which op(...)

British contractor G4S fell more than 1 per cent after the British government took over the running of a prison after an inspection found it had fallen into a “state of crisis”.

Hopes that the US and China might find a compromise to resolve their trade dispute lifted European shares on Monday, while Turkey’s currency crisis sh(...)

Revenues are up at titanium miner Kenmare Resources.

Revenues at titanium miner Kenmare Resources rose by 37 per cent in the first half of the year, as the resources group benefited from a surge in shipm(...)

Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell giving his testimony on the US economy. Photograph: James Lawler Duggan/Reuters

Both Wall Street and Europe saw shares rise on Tuesday as stocks were buoyed by Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell’s optimistic view on the US eco(...)

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