Oliver Loomes

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Sunil Sharpe, DJ and spokesman for the Give Us The Night campaign.

The Irish nightlife industry has accused the Government of “short-sighted ignorance” in failing to allow it resume some form of activity under the new(...)

Oliver Loomes (l), managing director of Diageo Ireland, with Ballymore’s chairman and chief executive Sean Mulryan. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Diageo has picked Sean Mulryan’s property development company Ballymore to develop part of the Guinness Brewery in Dublin as a new urban centre. Guin(...)

Social distancing partitions at a pub in Dublin. Guinness has announced a new €14m fund to help Irish pubs. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Guinness has launched a €14 million fund to help Irish pubs preparing to reopen following the easing of coronavirus restrictions. The “Raising the B(...)

Guinness: bar staff fear job losses due to Covid-19. Photograph: Tim Clayton/Corbis

Guinness has announced it will set up a €1.5 million fund to help support bar staff and the elderly in light of the coronavirus public health crisis. (...)

Oliver Loomes: “ Exports of Irish drink products have been growing every year . .  We are in a golden age of innovation and that is helping to drive that growth.”

The rapid growth in Ireland’s drinks industry is being fuelled by a combination of energetic new entrants and innovation on the part of established pl(...)

New fathers can take 26 weeks paid paternity leave at the Guinness maker in several markets including Ireland. Photograph: Luke MacGregor / Reuters.

Drinks giant Diageo is introducing 26 weeks fully paid leave to new fathers in Ireland and many of the markets in which it operates, matching the bene(...)

Multi-can packs will be replaced with cardboard packs, which are sustainably sourced, recyclable and fully biodegradable. Photograph: Naoise Culhane/PA Wire

Guinness is to introduce 100 per cent recyclable and biodegradable cardboard to replace plastic from its beer packaging, including the plastic ring ca(...)

Three companies in race to develop urban centre at Guinness Brewery 3:03

Property players Hines, Ballymore and U&I will shortly enter the final lap of the race to develop part of the Guinness Brewery as a new urban cent(...)

Oliver Loomes and Colin O’Brien of Diageo consider a new urban quarter at  St James’s Gate in the Liberties. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Property players Harcourt, Hines, Quintain, Oxley and U&I are vying for a place on a shortlist to develop part of the Guinness brewery as a new ur(...)

Oliver Loomes, Diageo: “We operate on an all-island basis. I think we have one of the most integrated operations of any business in Ireland.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Diageo trucks, mostly emblazoned with the Guinness logo, make the journey across the Border 13,000 times a year, says Oliver Loomes, who runs the comp(...)

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