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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(...)

Bob Etchingham, ceo Applegreen, he founded the business in 1992 with one station in Ballyfermot. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Applegreen knew just how to make a splash when it emerged seven weeks ago that its service station on the M1 in Lusk sold the golden ticket behind a €(...)

Bob Etchingham, chief executive of Applegreen. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Applegreen is more likely to turn to shareholders for cash to finance a deal in the UK or US in the coming years than see its two founders sell furthe(...)

Auction Results: Tuesday (September 27th) Christie’s, London. Auction titled “Brian Sewell – Critic & Collector”; the art collection of the late,(...)

An All-Ireland hurling final programme from 1950 featuring Tipperary and Kilkenny

Two September auctions timed to coincide with this month’s All-Ireland hurling and football finals are filled with items of interest to collectors of (...)

Applegreen: Lounges will have desk spaces, wifi and recharging facilities.

Executive service Motorway service area company Applegreen is planning to add “executive lounges” to its petrol stations in the Republic, having alre(...)

Applegreen goes public. Pictured at the Irish Stock Exchange on June 19th 2015 are (l-r) Joe Barrett, COO, Applegreen plc; Orla O’Gorman, head of equity, ISE; Paul Lynch, CFO, Applegreen plc and Bob Etchingham, CEO, Applegreen plc.

For Irish fuel group Applegreen, thoughts of bringing the company public in order to raise investment to accelerate growth first began to gain tractio(...)

The Irish company had a market cap on admission of about €299.7 million and a total of 78.9 million ordinary shares in issue

Shares in Irish service station operator Applegreen began trading in Dublin on Friday, raising €91.7 million for the company and its owners. Some 24.1(...)

Established in 1992, Applegreen has 98 forecourts in the Republic,

Irish fuel group Petrogas is preparing to press the button on an initial public offering of its Applegreen service station business. The Irish (...)

Applegreen has 98 forecourts in the State, including 12 dealers and eight motorway stations

Irish fuel group Petrogas is targeting an initial public offering of its Applegreen service station business for June, The Irish Times has learned.It(...)

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