John Moloney at a Greencore meeting last year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Current DCC chairman John Moloney will retire from the board of convenience food group Greencore at the end of January. In a stock market update, th(...)

Owens-Illinois revealed to its shareholders last week  it had sold the award for $155 million to “an Ireland-domiciled investment fund”. Photograph: Brendan Fitzsimons

US glass bottle making giant Owens-Illinois, which was awarded $455 million (€386 million) two years ago by an arbitration body after two of its bottl(...)

Paul Coulson, chairman of Ardagh Group, rings the opening bell alongside John Tuttle, Global Head of Listings at the NYSE, Ian Curley, CEO of Ardagh Group, and John Sheehan, director of Investor Relations of Ardagh Group, as the company holds its IPO at the New York Stock Exchange on March 15th, 2017.

Irish financier Paul Coulson’s Ardagh Group, the metals and glass containers maker which floated on the New York Stock Exchange last month, may be tem(...)

Paul Coulson of the Ardagh Group: took company private in 2003 and owns about 36 per cent of its business. Photograph: Alan Betson

Glass and metal containers maker Ardagh Group, whose customers include Coca-Cola, Heineken and Nestlé, is advancing plans to start the process next we(...)

Investment bank Lazard is reviewing the bids for Quinn Glass which is based in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh and Cheshire, England. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Nine initial bids have been received for the former Quinn Glass, the most valuable part of the manufacturing group built by entrepreneur Sean Quinn. (...)

Irish-backed packaging group Ardagh has won US antitrust approval to buy Saint-Gobain Containers after agreeing to sell six of its nine glass c(...)

Ardagh chief executive Paul Coulson

US regulators fear that Ardagh’s €1.3 billion takeover of rival glass bottle manufacturer Verallia North America will cut competition and result in hi(...)