John Teeling

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The London-listed explorer holds interests in 37 licenses. Photograph: iStock

Gold and zinc exploration company Connemara Mining has raised £230,000 (€267,000) from directors and existing shareholders. The company, of which whi(...)

John Teeling of the Great Northern Distillery  with an old still

Whiskey entrepreneur John Teeling has said he is “disappointed” that plans for warehouses in Co Louth were refused by An Bord Pleanála having spent mo(...)

Manufacturing at the Combilift Forklifts. Ahead of Brexit, Combilift is applying to the Revenue  for authorised economic operator status, which allows for a quicker passage through checkpoints. Photograph: David Sleator

Many Irish businesses were caught in the fallout from Brexit almost as soon as UK voters chose to leave the world’s biggest trading bloc, in June 2016(...)

Botswana Diamonds, which is chaired by John Teeling, said there was progress “on a number of fronts” for the company.

Operating losses at Irish explorer Botswana Diamonds increased by almost 45 per cent last year as the company lamented a lack of investment and a sect(...)

A man walks past a display with portraits of Saudi king Salman bin Abdulazziz (C), his son Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (L) and the founder of the kingdom, King Abdulaziz al-Saud, in Riyadh. photograph: Fayez Nureldine /AFP/Getty Images

The pressure on business leaders to cut or suspend ties with Saudi Arabia following its apparently barbaric murder of a journalist illustrates the dan(...)

Petrel has 104.5 million ordinary shares in issue with each share of equal rank. Photograph: iStock

Irish oil company Petrel Resources raised £400,000 (€447,880) after placing an additional 21.6 million shares. The company, chaired by John Teeling, (...)

We all remember the last “soft landing” predicted for the housing sector. Wasn’t it just like floating down from a cloud on to a big pile of marshmallows using a picnic blanket as a parachute?

Everything was fine this week until the ratings agency Standard & Poors (S&P) apparently predicted a “soft landing” for the Irish property mar(...)

Jameson is the runaway success story with sales soaring 13 per cent to 6. 5 million cases in the 12 months to the end of August 2017

When it comes to the Irish whiskey sector it is rare for disputes between different producers to make it into public. There may be fierce rivalries (...)

The construction site of TurkStream and  Gazprom gas pipelines  in the Black Sea. Photograph:  TurkStream Project/Anadolu Agency/Getty

An executive from John Teeling’s Petrel Resources held informal talks with Russian gas monopoly Gazprom about developing an energy project in Crimea, (...)

One of the three-tonne copper pot stills is craned across the Dublin skyline on the final part of its journey to the Dublin Liberties Distillery in Mill Street, following a journey of more than 1,500km from Germany. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Demand for premium Irish whiskey brands such as Green Spot and Redbreast soared domestically last year, as sales jumped 41 per cent to more than 700,0(...)

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