Nicky Hartery

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William Buick riding Masar wins the Investec Derby at Epsom. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Top trainer Ger Lyons has warned racecourses in Ireland to “be careful what you wish for” in relation to concerts and urged the sport here to focus mo(...)

Nicky Hartery: the new chairman of Horse Racing Ireland has been appointed on a five-year term. Photograph: Eric Luke

Businessman Nicky Hartery has been appointed the new chairman of Horse Racing Ireland. Hartery is chairman of the building materials company Cement(...)

 Horse Racing Ireland chief Brian Kavanagh:  “I don’t think there will be a dip in audience or viewers.” Photograph:  Morgan Treacy/Inpho

As the process of finding a new chairperson for Horse Racing Ireland begins, the semi-State body’s chief executive has dismissed fears of a potential (...)

The Anti-Doping Task Force was originally set up as a response to a number of steroids controversies including that of former top trainer Philip Fenton who was disqualified from racing for three years in 2014. Photograph:  Dylan Vaughan

The first meeting of racing’s reconvened Anti-Doping Task Force won’t now take place until next week when it will be chaired for the first time by the(...)

Nicky Hartery: current chairman of CRH and has been a nonexecutive director of Musgrave since 2010

Musgrave, the owner of SuperValu and Centra, has appointed one of Ireland’s most senior corporate figures as its next chairman. Nicky Hartery, a form(...)

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold addressing the company’s agm in Dublin. Photograph: Gary O’ Neill

Albert Manifold, the chief executive of CRH whose total pay package hit €10 million last year, brushed off concerns over levels of executive pay from (...)

CRH recently announced the €6.5 billion acquisition of assets from Lafarge and Holcim. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

CRH, the building materials giant, has appointed UK- based former investment banker Lucinda Riches to its board. Ms Riches will take up her non-execut(...)

Helena Morrissey: “We want sustainable change in business culture – not the appearance of change.” photograph: brenda fitzsimons

If Sheryl Sandberg’s treatise to women is to Lean In to their careers, Helena Morrissey has a somewhat different piece of advice for women looking to (...)

Helena Morrissey: the chief executive of Newton Investment Management said the Republic lags behind the UK, with female participation on the boards of the top 25 companies at just 13 per cent.

A new group launched in Dublin last night will work towards increasing female participation on the boards of Ireland’s top 25 companies to 30 per cent(...)

 CRH chief executive Albert Manifold and chairman Nicky Hartery  at the CRH annual general meeting yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

CRH is preparing to spend up to €1.5 billion on acquisitions, as it forges ahead with a sell-off of underperforming units bought during the last boom (...)

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