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 Tom O’Mahony: “we remain committed to expanding Origin’s footprint”

Pre-tax profits at agri-services group Origin Enterprises fell 25.7 per cent to €65.5 million in the 12 months to the end of July as adverse weather a(...)

Dr Edward Jones and Dr Martin Glavin, of the Connaught Automotive Research, with Liam Kilmartin, college of engineering and informatics, NUI Galway and Valeo’s automated parking R&D director Derek Savage: the groups have teamed up to develop technology to make self-driving vehicles safer

Researchers at NUI Galway have teamed up with motor parts group Valeo Vision Systems to develop technology to make self-driving vehicles safer. The C(...)

 Valeo Foods,  owner of the Jacobs biscuit brand, has appointed Hilliard Lombard as managing director of its  Irish business

Valeo Foods, the owner of Batchelors and Fruitfield, has beefed up its senior management team by hiring Hilliard Lombard, the former head of Aryzta’s(...)

Revenues at agri-services group Origin Enterprises fell by 4.6 per cent in the six months ending January 31st as the company reported a pretax loss of(...)

A French-owned automotive equipment company with a research facility and plant in Ireland, an Irish clothing chain with six stores in France, and a Fr(...)

The leisure centre of the McWilliam Park Hotel: the hotel was built in 2006 with backing of high-profile property developers

Bubble-era property developers such as Seamus Ross of Menolly Homes and Garrett Kelleher of Shelbourne Developments are backing a high-profile hotel (...)

Valeo’s test car - a Mercedes S-Class - spotted on the M50

There was that momentary frisson of excitement that you might have just caught a glimpse of the future. In the week of Back To The Future day, it was(...)

Origin has reached agreement to acquire the Romanian agri-service firms Redoxim and Comfert for a combined €54.4 million

The Irish-listed agri-services group Origin Enterprises has announced the disposal of its 32 per cent stake in Valeo Foods to CapVest Partners in an €(...)

Aer Lingus: shares in the national airline closed up 2 per cent to €2.47 while Ryanair also ended the week up 2 per cent to €12.44

Global markets signalled growing faith in Greece’s ability to clinch a bailout as US and European stocks climbed and the euro jumped the most against(...)

Apple chief Tim Cook: the company’s 0.9 per cent drop yesterday weighed heavily on the S&P. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

The Iseq in Dublin, up 1.3 per cent, le d the charge among European bourses as stocks climbed on optimism a resolution to Greek debt talks is close. U(...)

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