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Grafton chief exective Gavin Slark

Building materials group Grafton said group revenue rose by close to 50 per cent in the first half of the year as it experienced strong than expected (...)

Gavin Slark, chief executive of Grafton Group

Building materials company Grafton Group has agreed a deal to sell its British traditional merchanting business for £520 million (€604 million) to Huw(...)

Dixons Carphone, owner of Currys PC World, jumped nearly 6 per cent to 130.2p after the business said it had swung to a £33 million pretax profit in the year to May 1st. Photograph: PA Wire

European shares slid on Wednesday as investors locked in profits following a five-month winning streak, fearing inflation and the possible impact of (...)

Ms Cunningham said members were “severely tested” by protests in Dublin .Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Garda members were “really concerned” that pandemic measures “became viewed as Garda regulations and not health regulations,”the general secretary of (...)

Kerry Group added 3.4%  to €112.10 as investors continued to cheer news  of its €853m purchase of US preservative-maker Niacet, days after striking a deal to offload its low-margin meats and ready-meals business

European shares advanced on Tuesday as mining and energy stocks benefited from stable commodity prices, with Kingspan and Kerry Group standing out as (...)

Gavin Slark, chief executive of Grafton Group. “The acquisition of IKH is an exciting development that gives Grafton a presence in Finland for the first time and broadens its market position”

Building materials distributor Grafton Group has signed a deal to acquire Isojoen Konehalli Oy and Jokapaikka Oy (IKH) for €199.3 million, a move that(...)

Airlines suffered as British prime minister Boris Johnson’s decision to stall reopening in England prompted fresh fears about air travel’s recovery in Europe. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA

Dublin lagged other European markets as investors swerved leading Irish stocks on a day when equities elsewhere hit record highs. DUBLIN Ryanair Hol(...)

 Gardaí enforce coronavirus restrictions and move people on from South William Street, Dublin, on Sunday, May 30th. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Gardaí have reported “lingering” public order issues related to street drinking in Dublin city centre but say the city has been transformed since outd(...)

Belgard Retail Park is regarded as one of the foremost retail parks in Dublin. The scheme is anchored by B&Q.

With online shopping having come into its own following the unwelcome arrival of Covid-19, the sale by New York-headquartered Marathon Asset Managemen(...)

Brown Thomas concierge Shane Murphy welcomes back customers, who pre-booked shopping appointments, to the store on Grafton Street.  Photograph: Laura Hutton

Traffic was bumper-to-bumper along Grafton Street on Friday morning as vans lined up to drop stock off at shops getting ready for what they are hoping(...)

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