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Assuming the Fyffes takeover is approved, the payout to shareholders will be €2.25 per share.

I know you previously covered the base cost of Fyffes shares for capital gains tax. I bought Fyffes shares at IR£1.70 in the year 2000, I think. I wou(...)

SMBC CEO Peter Barrett described 2016 as a “landmark” year for the firm, with the company’s revenues surpassing $1 billion for the first time and its aircraft assets exceeding $10 billion

Key directors and executives of SMBC Aviation Capital, the Dublin-based aircraft leasing business, received long-term benefits worth $18.9 million (€1(...)

Former chief executive of oil and gas company Petroceltic Brian O’Cathain. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Winners Patrick and John Collison, Stripe It has been a very good year for Limerick brothers and Stripe founders Patrick and John Collison. The two (...)

David McCann, executive chairman of Fyffes, is  the grandson  of Charles McCann, who set up a greengrocers in Dundalk in 1992 to become the first agent in Ireland for Fyffes.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Members of the McCann fruit and vegetable dynasty have emerged as the real winners on the Irish stock market this year, with Fyffes and Total Produce,(...)

Here are 30 questions that will test your knowledge. Good luck with the answers and happy Christmas to you all. 1. How much has the European Commis(...)

Fyffes headquarters in Dublin: certain managers in the company will be eligible for a 2017 bonus payment. This will be capped at €1.114 million for executive directors. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Fyffes’s executive directors are set to receive as much as €3 million in bonus payments next year under Japanese group Sumitomo Corporation’s planned (...)

The euro weakened against the dollar after the European Central Bank decided to extend its stimulus programme. Photograph: Daniel Roland/AFP/Getty Images

US stocks followed European markets higher on Friday while the euro weakened against the dollar after the European Central Bank’s Thursday decision t(...)

A bunch of Fyffes bananas pictured outside the company’s head office in Dublin.  The  Irish fruit giant is to be acquired by Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation in a deal which values the firm at €751 million. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

1789: Henry Fyffe leaves the family base in Perth, Scotland, to move to London to set up as a “grocer and tea dealer”. 1887: Edward Wathen Fyffe, Hen(...)

Fyffes chairman David McCann: “This is a good transaction for our shareholders and for our people, as we expect the business as a whole to remain intact.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Two months ago, David McCann was invited to dinner at the Merrion Hotel in Dublin by Japanese conglomerate Sumitomo Corporation. “We had a very, very(...)

Irish fruit distributor Fyffes is to be acquired by Tokyo-headquartered Sumitomo Corporation for €751 million. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Irish fruit distributor Fyffes is set to be acquired by Tokyo-headquartered Sumitomo Corporation for €751 million. The two companies have reached agr(...)

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