Patrick Coveney

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Alan Williams: described as a “great spokesman” for Greencore

Greencore’s chief financial officer Alan Williams has quit to join UK builders’ merchant Travis Perkins in a development that hit shares in the conven(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney. Shares in the company tumbled in late July as it reported that its sales momentum had slowed in  the three months to June

Food company Greencore may see its shares surge more than 20 per cent in the next year as it benefits from expansion into the fast-growing United Stat(...)

Gary and Paul O’Donovan celebrate winning silver. Photograph: ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

The internet has gone mad for two rowing Irish brothers – that’s rowing as in boats, not bickering – and their unpretentious, down-to-earth banter. S(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney.

Greencore shares fell on Tuesday as the convenience food group’s sales momentum slowed in its fiscal third quarter and its United States business con(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney: “The Sandwich Factory will extend our reach into customer channels in which we are currently under-represented.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Greencore Group has bought UK-based The Sandwich Factory from Cranswick in a deal worth up to £15 million (€18 million). The Sandwich Factory produc(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney: he criticised Wetherspoon head Tim Martin for  lashing out at then UK chancellor George Osborne, the IMF, the Bank of England, blaming them for a potential slowdown following the Brexit vote. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney is by no means prolific on Twitter – he’s sent just 441 tweets since April 2015 – but they are usually worth(...)

“Are we going to choose Nigel Farage’s vision – one which takes Britain backwards, divides rather than unites, and questions the motives of anyone wh(...)

Noel Whelan: “The most significant impact of a vote for Brexit would be further dramatic political and economic instability within the EU at what is already a vulnerable time.”

Referendums campaigns are peculiar political animals. They give rise to alliances and divisions other than along traditional political fault lines or (...)

Greeencore chief executive Patrick Coveney told a Dublin Chamber of Commerce meeting on Wednesday that “it would be very, very bad for the Irish,European and world economies if Britain voted for a so-called Brexit. My personal judgment is that that’s what they’re going to do.”

The chief executive of one of Ireland’s largest companies believes Britain is poised to vote to leave the EU. Patrick Coveney of Greencore said his b(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney said it is currently putting in place additional manufacturing capacity at three new facilities in the US. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Greencore sees its massive investment building up a US conviencience foods business in recent years delivering the type of profit margins enjoyed by t(...)

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