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The largest mobile industry get-together on the calendar, the Mobile World Congress, has been increasing its clout every year since its more humble beginnings in 1987. Photograph: Paul Hanna/Reuters

Monday Results: FBD Holdings, Associated British Foods (trading update), Hertz Global Holdings, Horizon Pharma, Trinity Mirror, UCP. Indicators: Ir(...)

The M1 Business Park was part of a large portfolio of properties put into receivership when Treasury Holdings, run by Johnny Ronan and Richard Barrett, was wound up in October 2012

An Irish buyer is believed to have paid more than the €6.15 million guide price for a significant land bank at the M1 Business Park in Balbriggan, Co (...)

Fyffes  executive chairman David McCann: Fyffes shareholders approved Sumitomo’s takeover of  Irish firm for €751 million last Monday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Fyffes’ imminent new Japanese owner, Sumitomo Corporation, has signalled it may sell the tropical fruits distributor’s 40 per cent stake in property c(...)

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(...)

Bank of Ireland ended the day in positive territory, up 2.6 per cent to 23.6 cent.

US and European shares, the dollar and bond yields all headed lower on Thursday, with traders using the quiet holiday period to book some profits on t(...)

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,(...)

The FTSE 100 ended Wednesday at 7,106.08 points to beat a previous record of 7,103.98, set in April last year. Photograph: Daniel Sorabji/AFP/Getty Images

London’s FTSE 100 stood out on an otherwise quiet trading day on Wednesday, as the blue-chip UK stocks index registered an all-time closing high, buo(...)

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(...)

On Wall Street, US shares slipped on disappointing earnings reports. Photograph:  Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares ended lower after a strong start yesterday, with Germany’s DAX briefly touching a new peak for 2016. Early sentiment was knocked, how(...)

“A circa 14 per cent dip in share price over the last two months with no change in general business conditions has Glanbia trading at a discount to peers for the first time in over two years”

JOE BRENNAN Shares in Glanbia received a boost in early trading on Tuesday after after analysts in Investec upgraded their stance on the nutrition gr(...)

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