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Dr Paul Gough, dietician and founder of Nualtra

Nualtra, a nutritional products company backed by Digicel directors Leslie Buckley and Sean Corkery, has returned to profitability after freeing itsel(...)

Clerys workers picket outside the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Kildare street, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The most extraordinary thing about the offer last week from US fund Gordon Brothers to reimburse the losses of 50 former concession holders at Clerys (...)

Dr Paul Gough, dietician and founder of Nualtra: “We expect this to be a €20 million-a-year business by 2020.” Photograph: iStock

Nualtra, a nutritional drinks company backed by Digicel directors Leslie Buckley and Sean Corkery, believes it is on course for major growth this year(...)

The allegations surrounding Galway businessman Declan Ganley’s attempt to win a Mexican contract to build a $7 billion state-backed mobile phone netwo(...)

Dr Paul Gough, dietician and founder of Nualtra: firm is involved in legal case taken by a Dutch company over similar product name.

The Limerick-based makers of a nutritional supplement drink, which is the subject of an alleged trademark infringement case, had renamed their product(...)

The Four Courts Monday January 28 2008File photos from the Four Courts for Law Matters . Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

The High Court has ruled there should be further disclosure of documentation in advance of a trademark infringement case being taken against an Irish (...)

Dr Paul Gough is a dietician and founder of Nualtra. The Leslie-Buckley backed company has opened defamation proceedings against Aymes International. Photograph: The Irish Times

Britain’s department of health has waded into a bitter dispute between Nualtra, a Limerick health supplement company backed by Leslie Buckley, and a U(...)

 Leslie Buckley is a backer of the   Limerick health supplements company along with Sean Corkery.   Photograph: Alan Betson

Nualtra, a Limerick health supplements company backed by businessmen Leslie Buckley and Sean Corkery, is amending its counterclaim against a UK rival (...)

Dr Paul Gough, founder of Nualtra: the Limerick-based company is growing strongly in Ireland and Britain and targeting €20 million in annual sales by 2020

When dietician Paul Gough went to his father-in-law, the chief executive of Actavo (formerly Siteserv), Seán Corkery in 2012 for help with funding a n(...)

 The row between Nualtra and Aymes  sides has its roots in a claim by Aymes, and the previous owner of its trademark Nutrimedical, that Nualtra’s Nutriplen products violates trademarks for its Nutriplete.

Nualtra, an Irish health supplements company backed by Digicel directors Leslie Buckley and Seán Corkery, has told the High Court that its rival in a(...)

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