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Chopped co-founder Brian Lee: believes Ireland is about 10 years behind other markets

Dublin-based food retailer Freshly Chopped is planning to open 10 new outlets in Ireland this year while also raising about €3 million to fund an exp(...)

Rosemary Mason, managing director Huhtamaki Foodservice Western Europe and UK with   Terry Cross, founder of Delta Print and Packaging

The Finnish packaging giant Huhtamaki has acquired Delta Print and Packaging, a privately owned company in the North, in an £80 million (€104m) deal. (...)

Why on earth, I wondered, does the village of Howth need American infiltration from United States’ based beans?

When I first arrived in Ireland I felt I had come home - not to a house I had known, but to a spirit I yearned to find. It was everywhere, even in the(...)

Big Mac: has been showing its age
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Image of the week: Little, Medium and Big Mac First developed in the 1960s, the Big Mac, like its parent company, has been showing its age, and the g(...)

McDonald’s results ard due out on Friday. Photo: Paul J Richards/AFP/Getty
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TODAY Results: Hasbro; Morgan Stanley; Netflix; PepsiCo. Meetings: Cairn Homes EGM (Conrad Hotel, Dublin 2); Petroneft EGM (Herbert Park Hotel, Dublin(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian:  has sold most of his own shares in company. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aryzta shareholders are said by market sources to be extremely frustrated at the recent collapse in the company’s share price. Shares in the Swiss-Iri(...)

Owen Killian,  CEO of Aryzta.  The food group has been struggling to stem investor unease about the company’s US business, which is reported to have lost some big contracts, and a potentially costly French acquisition.

Owen Killian chucked a proverbial grenade into the Aryzta trenches with the announcement that he had sold nearly two thirds of his stake in the compan(...)

The   trading floor of Bats Chi-X Europe,  in London: The FTSE 100 Index lifted 34.8 points to 6174.6 following a solid performance from mining stocks and a 1 per cent overnight rise in Hong Kong’s Hang Seng stock market.  Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Dublin The Irish market got the session off to a strong start, but weakness crept in during the afternoon and dragged the Iseq down to end the day 0.(...)

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