Albert Manifold

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We’re not the smartest guys in the room,” CRH CEO Albert Manifold told investors at its annual general meeting last year. “But we’re not too stupid either.”

Few things rattle public companies as much as the arrival of activist investors, saying, in the manner of a new-age life coaches: “We’re here to help (...)

 Albert Manifold, CRH chief executive.

As activists go, Stockholm-based Cevian, which disclosed on Wednesday that it has built up a stake of less than 3 per cent in CRH, prides itself in ha(...)

CRH CEO Albert Manifold. ‘CRH has been substantially restructured by the CEO over the past five years,’ says Davy.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

CRH shares jumped on Wednesday after Europe’s biggest activist investor said it has built up a stake in the building materials giant, prompting specul(...)

Chief executive of building materials group CRH Albert Manifold received €8.659m in total remuneration in 2017 including basic pay of €1.44m. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Chief executives at top Irish companies received total remuneration packages of more than €2.3 million on average in 2017, a new report drawn up by th(...)

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold in the Roadstone Cement Quarry in Dublin. The company’s share price has been battered in recent months. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A day after Ireland’s largest plc published its latest quarterly update, Mary Rhinehart, who only joined the board last month, stumped up $27,340 for (...)

‘CRH’s trading update is largely as expected, with third-quarter trading impacted by wet US weather,’ said Davy analyst Robert Gardiner. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

CRH forecast on Tuesday that earnings would reach an all-time high of €3.35 billion this year but analysts are likely to lower their estimates, as the(...)

Albert Manifold, CEO of CRH plc: Last week, the Dublin-based company launched the second phase of a share buyback programme. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Building materials giant CRH has spent $46.6 million (€40.1 million) on the purchase of an Illinois-based maker of concrete manholes and pipes as it c(...)

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(...)

CRH delivered earnings growth in the first half of 2018. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold has said he sees “light at the end of the tunnel” for the group’s embattled business in the Philippines, which it (...)

Former Paddy Power Betfair chief executive Breon Corcoran (R) saw his salary increase 105% before he left the bookmaker. Photograph: Eric Luke

The bosses of Ireland’s top 20 companies earned, on average, 33 times more than their staff and secured pay increases twice as large as their employee(...)

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