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Salesforce staff at their offices with Taoiseach Enda Kenny

A gap is widening in the battle to attract and retain skilled employees. Now that millennials comprise the largest generation within the workforce, th(...)


1 Salesforce Customer success platform and CRM solution providers; Years on list: New 2 Workday Providers of enterprise-level so(...)

Topaz has more than 2,000 employees and close to 35 per cent of the consumer market in Ireland

The sale of fuel chain Topaz to the Canadian retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard has been completed with Niall Anderton named as the Irish company’s new(...)

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission ordered Topaz to sell Esso’s 50 per cent stake in a fuel terminal in Dublin Port as a condition of being allowed to buy Esso. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Texaco owner Valero Ireland and Applegreen are understood to be in the running to buy the wholesale business that service station operator Topaz must (...)

Denis O’Brien has halted the sale of Quinta do Lago, an exclusive resort in Portugal, after bids fell short of the asking price.

Denis O’Brien has halted the sale of Quinta do Lago, an exclusive resort in Portugal, after bids fell short of the asking price, a person with knowled(...)

The company said it was currently pursuing a policy of geographic and sectoral diversification with resources being deployed on developing business in the UK and in the Caribbean, where Denis O’Brien’s telecoms firm Digicel has a large foothold

The Denis O’Brien-owned infrastructure and utility support services company Siteserv, which recently rebranded as Actavo, is forecasting turnover of a(...)

Denis O’Brien agreed to pay a reported €150 million for Topaz’s combined IBRC debts of about €305 million in 2013. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Denis O’Brien has sold his Topaz network of more than 460 filling stations to listed Canadian retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard for a figure reputed t(...)

Brian Hannasch, president and chief executive   of Alimentation Couche-Tard and Emmet O’Neill, chief executive of  Topaz: When congratulated for keeping the deal a secret, O’Neill smiled and said: “We like to keep things under the radar. That’s how we roll.”  Photograph:  Johnny Bambury/Fennell Photography

Emmet O’Neill, the gregarious nephew of Denis O’Brien and chief executive of the billionaire’s Topaz group, practically bounced into yesterday’s anno(...)

The Denis-O’Brien owned fuel group Topaz is to be acquired by the Canadian-listed company Couche-Tard in a deal estimated by industry sources to be wo(...)

 U2: publisher Ian Hyland is clearly a   fan.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Publisher Ian Hyland is clearly a massive U2 fan. He looked delighted as he exited the band’s barnstorming homecoming gig at the 3 Arena o(...)

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