The Irish Ferries vessel Ulysses leaves Dublin port. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Revenue at ferry group Irish Continental, which owns Irish Ferries, slumped 22.5 per cent in 2020, as measures to combat the spread of Covid-19 restri(...)

The introduction of the WB Yeats cruise ferry helped  strengthen  ICG’s financial position last year.

Transport group Irish Continental Group (ICG) said earnings and revenue increased in 2019 as the company delivered an in-line performance, despite Bre(...)

The Irish Ferries vessel Ulysses leaves Dublin port .Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Revenue at Irish Continental Group rose 6 per cent in the first six months of its financial year, but the ferry group took a hit as scheduling changes(...)

John B McGuckian has served as ICG chairman for the past 15 years and been on the board for more than three decades.

Ferries operator Irish Continental Group (ICG) has been pressed by a leading shareholders’ adviser to replace its chairman, John B McGuckian, the seco(...)

The late delivery of new Irish Ferries ship WB Yeats caused cancellations.Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

Ferries operator Irish Continental Group (ICG) saw its earnings drop almost 16 per cent last year as the group suffered technical issues with its Ulys(...)

Ferry operator Irish Continental Group’s fuel costs rose 25.2 per cent to €40.3 million in 2017. Photograph: Eric Luke

Share advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) has recommended that shareholders in Irish Continental Group (ICG) reject the company’s (...)

ICG owned Ulysses. Photograph: Eric Luke

Increased fuel costs and weaker sterling led earnings at Irish Ferries owner Irish Continental Group (ICG) to fall 3 per cent, results for the year en(...)

ICG chief executive Eamonn Rothwell. Full-year results released on Monday saw the shipping group’s 2016 earnings before ebitda jump 11 per cent to €83.5 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Wednesday marks a decade since Irish Continental Group’s (ICG) chief executive, Eamonn Rothwell, launched an abortive €471.3 million takeover for the (...)

Cork developer Michael O’Flynn. Photograph: Alan Betson

Cork developer Michael O’Flynn and Kildare Partners, which is backed by billionaire Ellis Short, have completed the refurbishment of a high-spec offi(...)

 Ellis Short: His private equity firm, Kildare Partners, recently raised a $2 billion fund to invest in Europe. Photograph:  Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Kildare Partners, which is backed by billionaire Ellis Short, has bought two of the biggest shopping centres in the North for £135 million (€170 milli(...)

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