Ian Hunter

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Even the large investor that UDG originally had in the bag to support the deal can’t be counted on to the extent that was once hoped

It seemed that UDG Healthcare would be just another Irish company to exit the market with barely a whimper, when the group revealed four weeks ago tha(...)

Dermot Desmond has agreed to keep the additional €10 million credit line in place for Datalex until the end of 2022.

Datalex, the travel retail software group for airlines and one-time darling of the Irish stock market, has faced its fair share of headwinds in recent(...)

Magners enjoyed a boom in England more than a decade ago.

Like Italy, hovering in sixth place among the bookies to win Euro 2020 in July, Irish cider and beer maker C&C Group is struggling to recapture i(...)

Investec is preparing to spin off its money manager by the end of the first quarter of 2020. Photograph: iStock

Investec is making cuts to its equities business in Ireland, as Brexit looms. The firm is making three roles in the institutional equities team in Du(...)

Joe Rokocoko reckons Leinster will have enogh to see off Saracens in the Champions Cup final. Photo: Dave Winter/Icon Sport

Racing 92’s former All Black wing Joe Rokocoko has faced both Saracens (2016) and Leinster (2018) in Champions Cup finals and in his experience he fee(...)

Aryzta said it would raise the cash by issuing new shares, giving the right to current investors to buy the stock in proportion to their existing holdings

Analysts believe shareholders will back troubled Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta’s bid to raise €800 million despite seeing the group’s value fall by €420 mi(...)

Aryzta chairman  Gary McGann and chief executive  Kevin Toland. Analysts agree that the management team has inherited most of the problems with which they are now wrestling. Photograph: Alan Betson

There’ll likely be no cake to celebrate the 10th birthday this month of Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta. It is probably looking to raise some dough. In the w(...)

Troubled Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta is not due to publish accounts for its last financial year until October 1st.

Investors in troubled Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta face having their holdings diluted by more than 40 per cent should the group decide to issue new shares(...)

Industry analysts have played down concerns about a possible backlash against Irish food companies in the wake of a high-level study linking processed(...)

Gary McGann, chairman and Kevin Toland, CEO Aryzta. Photograph: Alan Betson

Shares in Swiss-Irish bakery group Aryzta fell to their record low on Friday after an analyst from financial services company Vontobel cut his price t(...)

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