Pearse Lyons

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The Staycity Aparthotel on Chancery Lane, Dublin 8, is just 850m from St Stephen’s Green.

The exponential growth of Dublin’s tourism sector coupled with the city’s accepted status as a destination for international capital should result in (...)

Alltech president and CEO Mark Lyons played a supporting role in bringing the sides together in Kentucky

US governors and Chinese business and political leaders meeting in Kentucky have vowed to deepen business and trade links despite a trade war between (...)

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(...)

If you convert the meat on an average Irish cow carcass (about 210 kilos of meat) into hamburgers, it would equal about 1,825 quarter pounders

Food has not changed much in the past decade. A Sunday roast or mid-week dinner might have new takes or added exotica. But the expected meat and veg a(...)

Mark Lyons: at the helm of Alltech, the firm founded by his late father, Dr Pearse Lyons.

For a man whose shoulders now carry the burden of a multibillion-euro company, Mark Lyons is incredibly relaxed. In March 2018, Dr Pearse Lyons, his (...)

Aonghus Giggins

Ireland is world-renowned both for its farming practices and its attraction as a tourist destination. A Co Louth farming family decided to mix both se(...)

The only one who seemed well-prepared and asked a succession of erudite, intelligent questions – and who seemed genuinely interested in the answers – was Sinn Féin senator Pádraig Mac Lochlainn (pictured, with microphone, in 2017). Photograph: Alan Betson

Business journalists don’t get out that much. We tend to be kept locked in the basement to crunch numbers and write about profits and bonds. If we’re (...)

Alltech chief executive Mark Lyons announcing details of the latest accelerator programme at Dogpatch Labs in Dublin. Photograph: Yohei Ishikawa

Ireland should focus more attention on developing its agtech start-up scene given the widespread expertise in agriculture, the chief executive and pre(...)

MagGrow chief executive Gary Wickham

Dublin-headquartered agritech company MagGrow has raised €3 million in funding. It says the money will be spend to support growth in target markets an(...)

Sisters Kate, left, and Annie Madden of FenuHealth. Photograph: Tom Honan

It’s rare to hear business partners talking about fitting meetings in during school trips abroad and the disadvantages of sitting beside each other on(...)

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