Siobhan Talbot

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Businesses can expect more questions from investors in future about their post-Covid travel policies as they peddle their sustainability reports. Photograph: iStock

As companies around the world draw up tentative plans to get staff back into the workplace, ditching Zoom, while tempting, may be a step too far for o(...)

Glanbia recorded an 11.2 per cent rise in revenues to €2.04 billion

Glanbia has launched a new share buyback programme of up to €50 million and upped its interim dividend for shareholders after recording a stronger tha(...)

The biggest gainer in the year was Flutter Entertainment chief executive Peter Jackson, who received a 258 per cent pay increase.

With hundreds of thousands out of work on pandemic related subsidies, many people will have seen their pay decline substantially over the past year. (...)

‘We need to put in the effort to attract visitors and get out there to promote Ireland as a destination of choice. If we miss out now it will be harder to recover,’ says Sharon Higgins, Ibec’s director of member services.

Ibec has launched a campaign to support the recovery of Ireland’s experience economy as the State emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic. According to I(...)

Glanbia managing director Siobhán Talbot.

Global nutrition group Glanbia said revenues rose amid strong demand for its performance nutrition and nutritional products. In an interim managemen(...)

Glanbia repurchased 4,790,502 ordinary shares on Euronext Dublin at an average price of €10.4373.

Global nutrition group Glanbia said on Monday it has completed its €50 million share buy-back. It was launched on November 9th, 2020, and the goal of(...)

Nikki Canavan, Bank of Ireland’s senior director of corporate banking, Irish Times business editor Ciarán Hancock, and Irish Times managing director Liam Kavanagh at the announcement of the bank’s sponsorship of the  Irish Times Business Awards.  Photograph: Conor McCabe

Bank of Ireland has signed up as the main sponsor for the Irish Times Business Awards. The awards celebrate excellence and outstanding achievement a(...)

Glanbia Performance Nutrition  generated €1.13 billion in sales last year. Photograph: Drew Nash/Times-News/

For 10 years there was nothing but good news reports about Glanbia’s performance nutrition business. The company had magicked up a €1 billion business(...)

Siobhan Talbot, group managing director of Glanbia

Irish food group Glanbia has reported a double-digit decline in profitability, with sales of its performance nutrition products hit by Covid-related r(...)

There are three female CEOs on the Iseq 20:  Irish Residential Properties Reit chief  Margaret Sweeney, above,  Bank of Ireland’s Francesca McDonagh and  Glanbia head Siobhan Talbot. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Ireland’s top 20 Iseq companies have the highest ratio of female chief executives among stock indices globally at 15 per cent, according to a new repo(...)

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