Tom O’Mahony, chief executive of Origin, He said the first half had shown “favourable activity levels on farms”.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Agri-services group Origin Enterprises has reported a 12.6 per cent rise in operating profit in the traditionally quieter first half of its financial (...)

Kerry Group fell 4.6%  to €81.80 on the Irish market as investors had anticipated the group would outperform more than it did. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

The Iseq overall index advanced 0.23 per cent on Tuesday as results both helped and hindered stocks on the index. Both Kerry Group and Green Reit issu(...)

 CRH dipped 0.8%  to €27.43 despite European peers such as Heidelberg Cement and Buzzi gaining ground on Wednesday

European markets see-sawed following stronger-than-expected inflation data from the US, which first sent shares plunging in early afternoon before ral(...)

Origin has appointed Peter Dunne as group finance director, effective immediately. Photograph: iStock

Origin Enterprises is on the hunt for a new chief financial officer as Imelda Hurley said she was would leave the company at the end of April. Ms Hur(...)

Tom O’Mahony, chief executive of Origin Enterprises. He said Pillaert-Mekoson  was an excellent strategic fit for  Origin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Agri-services group Origin Enterprises has acquired Belgium-based fertiliser firm Pillaert-Mekoson for an undisclosed amount. Pillaert-Mekoson is a (...)

In an analysis of the boards of 31 Irish publicly quoted companies, ‘The Irish Times’ found that women accounted for shy of 16 per cent of the board seats. Photograph: iStock

When the late Gillian Bowler became the chairwoman of Irish Life & Permanent in June 2004, she was the first woman to fill that role in any Irish (...)

Origin shares edged 0.7 per cent higher to €6.75 million on Thursday morning in Dublin, valuing the group at €847 million

Origin Enterprises, the Dublin-listed agri-services group, has completed the £14.2 million (€15.8 million) purchase of Bunn Fertiliser in the UK, havi(...)

Tom O’Mahony, Origin chief executive: the firm’s acquisition of the fertiliser activities of Bunn Fertiliser earlier this year has fallen foul of UK competition authorities. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

Irish agri-services company Origin Enterprises’ acquisition of the fertiliser activities of Bunn Fertiliser earlier this year has fallen foul of UK co(...)

Origin Enterprises CEO Tom O’Mahony. Company shares gained as much as 3.4 per cent in early trading to €6.90 on Tuesday. Photograph: Eric Luke

Shares in Origin Enterprises, the provider of animal feed, fertilisers and agri-services, were upgraded by investment firm Investec to outright “buy” (...)

“Despite the above-average gross domestic product growth, the Iseq has underperformed other European markets given investor concerns about a knock-on effect to Brexit.” Photograph: Getty Images

Almost 88 per cent of Ireland’s publicly-quoted companies reported earnings in recent months that either met or beat markets expectations, despite ini(...)

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