Bob Etchingham

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Applegreen chief executive Bob Etchingham said he was ‘very pleased’ with the trading performance. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The price of fuel at Irish petrol pumps is set to increase as early as next week following the attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure last weeken(...)

Applegreen CEO Bob Etchingham: ‘The deal moves us up the food chain.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Forecourt retailer Applegreen said on Wednesday it has agreed to acquire a 40 per cent holding in 23 highway services plazas in Connecticut, investing(...)

Before Wednesday, Applegreen had 121 sites in the US.

Forecourt retailer Applegreen has agreed to rent 46 service stations on an initial 10-year agreement in the US. The Dublin-listed group agreed to ac(...)

Applegreen’s UK-based business continued to perform well despite Brexit. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Petrol station operator Applegreen is not ruling out selling 29 hotels it acquired when it bought British rival Welcome Break for €360 million. Speak(...)

Applegreen increased the number of sites it operates in 2018.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Car fuel prices in the Republic are unlikely to increase as a result of Brexit despite the fact we import all of our motor fuel, the chief executive o(...)

 Applegreen  CEO Bob Etchingham. The company is due to report results on Tuesday. Photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Monday Indicators: US housing market index (Mar). Tuesday Results: Applegreen, Mincon, FedEx. Indicators: Euro zone construction output (Jan), lab(...)

Some 84 per cent of chief executives are looking to expand their businesses over the coming year. Photograph: iStock

A considerable majority of Irish business leaders intend to expand their businesses despite macroeconomic issues, which could trouble the country’s co(...)

Applegreen chief executive Bob Etchingham says company has a significant war chest available for acquisitions.

Forecourt retailer Applegreen has raised €175 million in a share placing as it moves towards completing the acquisition of a majority stake in UK coun(...)

Revenue in the Republic increased by 5.8 per cent and gross profit was up 10.9 per cent in the first half

Forecourt retailer Applegreen has reported a 27 per cent rise in first-half revenues to €854.9 million , a period in which it added 26 sites to its po(...)

Applegreen’s capitalisation was just north of €550 million before the mega deal with Welcome Break took the markets by surprise on Thursday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Applegreen’s proposed €361.8 million acquisition of a majority stake in UK forecourt operator Welcome Break is a big deal for the Irish-listed company(...)

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