The Bulmers cider maker C&C is backing this week’s Cheltenham Gold Cup. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/ Getty Images)

UK fund manager Artemis Investment Management has accumulated a stake of more than 3 per cent in C&C for the first time in more than a decade, as (...)

C&C  said its core Scottish and Irish-branded businesses, including Bulmers cider, which is known as Magners in the UK,  enjoyed positive trading momentum

A better than expected performance from drinks distributor Matthew Clark will boost earnings and limit liabilities at Bulmers Cider maker C&C. (...)

The Bulmers brand is included in C&C’s product portfolio. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Drinks group C&C said full-year results would be in line with expectations following the key Christmas period. In a trading update for the four m(...)

Bulmers performed well for C&C in the first six months of its fiscal year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish drinks group C&C said favourable summer weather and the impact of the World Cup helped lift sales of its products in the first half of its f(...)

Stephen Glancey, chief executive of C&C, in the company’s warehouse. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish companies are moving to stockpile goods in Britain to safeguard supply chains as deadlock between the UK and the EU pushes them to sharpen plans(...)

 C&C chief executive Stephen Glancey: revenue and profit fell in the year to the end of February due to severe weather. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Bulmers/Magners cidermaker C&C, which on Wednesday reported a decline in full-year sales and profits, claims it has received approaches from s(...)

 Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Revenue and profit at drinks firm C&C fell in the year to the end of February, as severe weather hit results in the second half. Overall net reve(...)

Matthew Clark and Bibendum are both owned by Conviviality, which announced plans to call in administrators last month

Drinks group C&C has acquired Matthew Clark, the leading independent distributor to the UK pub trade, and wine business Bibendum. The Irish compa(...)

C&C said that it will resume responsibility for selling and marketing its portfolio of cider brands – including Magners, Woodchuck and Wyders – in the US from April

C&C’s struggling US cider brands distribution deal with California-based Pabst Brewing Company has been abandoned after less than two years. In (...)

C&C chief executive Stephen Glancey said the Admiral investment doesn’t present significant financial risk for the company. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Beer and cider maker C&C has completed its €40 million minority investment in Admiral Taverns. It is understood that C&C will take a 47 per(...)

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