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Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy: “We’re looking at one or two acquisitions on a weekly basis”

Irish fintech company Fenergo is to take on an extra 300 people before the end of next March to bring total headcount to about 1,000 as it moves into (...)

“We decided that Dublin was the best location for EquiLend’s new EU-based entity.” Illustration: Getty Images

EquiLend has become the latest company to set up an office in Dublin to serve its European clients once the UK leaves the European Union. The company(...)

Aryzta entered a standby underwriting agreement with banks earlier this week. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Troubled baking group Aryzta confirmed that its lenders had unanimously agreed to amend its banking facilities on Friday. The Cuisine De France owne(...)

The catalyst for the trading loss was a series of backfiring bets on the price difference between German and Nordic power markets. Photograph: iStock

One of Norway’s richest men has blown a €100 million hole in a stability fund that ensures the safety of derivatives trading in European electricity m(...)

Helsinki-based Amer Sports, which owns the Wilson tennis racquets used by Serena Williams, soared on news that it has received a takeover approach.

European shares dipped on Tuesday amid reignited concern about the US trade war with China, though Helsinki-based Amer Sports, which owns the Wilson t(...)

Aryzta owns brands including Cuisine De France. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Shares in Aryzta jumped as much as 18 per cent on Tuesday as the Swiss-Irish baked-goods group said that a group of investment banks have conditionall(...)

Wall Street. It took Amazon just 165 trading sessions to grow its market value from $600bn in January to $1 trillion, the Wall Street Journal noted last week. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Signs of froth are becoming evident in US markets for the first time since before January’s correction. That’s according to Citigroup and Goldman Sach(...)

Pfizer – which got about 2 per cent of its $53 billion in 2017 revenue from the UK – highlights the pharmaceutical industry’s dilemma as it braces for a rocky, no-deal Brexit

European companies aren’t alone in their Brexit pain. US-based Pfizer says its costs for dealing with the upcoming split will reach $100 million. The(...)

CRH, led by chief executive Albert Manifold, had already bought back €350 million of shares.

CRH, the largest company on Ireland’s Iseq index, has started the second phase of its share buyback programme, authorising its broker UBS to repurchas(...)

 Cushman and Wakefield has failed to inspire investors in the weeks since its August 2nd debut.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Cushman and Wakefield Plc, the biggest US real estate listing since January, will get a chance to rebound from a sluggish debut with a round of analys(...)

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