Noel Smyth

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Led by chief executive Alan Walsh, IPL Plastics has factories in the Republic, Canada, the US, the UK, Europe and China.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

Madison Dearborn looks poised to buy IPL Plastics after the Irish-Canadian manufacturer’s shareholders backed a €356 million sale to the US investor. (...)

 IPL Plastics CEO Alan Walsh. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Given that two-thirds of shareholders have to vote for it at the end of next month, it would be wrong to say that IPL Plastic’s €356 million sale to U(...)

IPL chief executive Alan Walsh  Photograph: Dave Meehan

IPL Plastics is a step closer to a €356 million sale to US investor Madison Dearborn after likely bidders decided against offering a higher price for (...)

IPL Plastics chiief executive Alan Walsh: current trading in the shares shows the market is pricing in a high probability of the deal going through, with little chance of  flushing  out a higher offer. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish boardroom doyenne Rose Hynes, a non-executive director at IPL Plastics, which makes everything from ice-cream containers to wheelie bins, is hol(...)

IPL chief executive Alan Walsh. The company’s Irish backers maintain that since the plastic maker floated on the Toronto market in 2018, raising €120 million, it has largely ignored their interests: Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish shareholders will press on with complaints to regulators against plastics maker IPL but have welcomed news that Madison Dearborn is offering to (...)

IPL chief executive Alan Walsh: IPL traces back to the old IAWS food and agriculture supplies business

News that Madison Dearborn is prepared to pay around €350 million for Irish-Canadian plastics-maker IPL may help resolve a row building between manage(...)

Solicitor and shareholder Noel Smyth says he will report  IPL Plastics, led by Aidan Walsh (above), to stock market regulators over the conduct of its agm. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Solicitor Noel Smyth says he will report wheelie bin and packaging maker IPL Plastics to stock market regulators on Wednesday, saying he was denied an(...)

A view of the pedestrian and cycle lane on Inns Quay, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

Banning traffic from College Green and other Dublin city streets would be “potentially highly damaging” to the Government’s plans for a phased reopeni(...)

Part of the artwork in Dublin city centre.

A new positive mental health initiative, based on the simple premise that we can change a person’s day with just one word, has appeared in Dublin city(...)

The SportsDirect premises on North Earl Street, Dublin 1, which was previously Boyers department store

UK-listed retailer Sports Direct is understood to have quietly sold its flagship premises on Dublin’s North Earl Street for about €20 million.The off-(...)

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