Patrick Coveney

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Chief executive Patrick Coveney said the sandwich maker was operating in a highly competitive sector and that its pay rates were in line with industry norms.

Up to a third of workers at Greencore’s UK plants at certain times of the year are paid at or close to the minimum wage.Most are agency staff, who are(...)

For many people, the name Greencore will be forever linked to sugar, the firm having been formed through the privatisation of the Irish Sugar Company(...)

Patrick Coveney chief executive of Greencore: ‘We’re operating in an industry where retail prices for products are falling and we have to be very competitive on all the components that go into our costs.’ Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/Irish Times

Greencore likes to tout itself as one of the great Irish success stories. Forged from the ashes of the loss-making Irish Sugar company, it has risen t(...)

Glenthorne: sold at auction last month for almost 30 per cent above the guide price of €2.75 million

It likely will not please the Greencore boss Patrick Coveney to know we have learned he is the buyer of Glenthorne, a plush Ranelagh house recently so(...)

After 10 years in their Rathmines home, Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney and his family are moving on. During their time at 6 Leinster Squar(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney. The convenience food group reported a 14 per cent increase in operating profit to £37.2 million for the 26 weeks to March 28th. Photo: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

PAMELA NEWENHAMGreencore has sold its foodservice desserts business Ministry of Cake for a total consideration of £11 million, including an upfront ca(...)

 Martin Naughton:  did the honours for Ireland Day. Photograph: Alan Betson

Business & Finance publisher Ian Hyland got luckier with his timing this year(...)

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore , Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London greeting President Michael D. Higgins, on his arrival at a Youth Workshop at City Hall  in London earlier today. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Ireland and the United Kingdom can enjoy a era of “boundless possibilities”, President Michael Higgins has said on the back of political change tha(...)

The new facility in Rhode Island will employ 370 people when it opens in 2015. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Convenience food group Greencore is to move its East Coast operations in the US from two manufacturing facilities in Massachusetts to a new £20 mil(...)

Greencore’s expansion in the US will deepen its manufacturing capability and widen its product range “to more fully serve the food to go needs of our customers in the small store channels” the grou said today. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Convenience food group Greencore has stepped up its expansion in the US with the acquisition of a US manufacturer of food to go products and a (...)

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