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The healthcare worker who died worked in the east of the country. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A healthcare worker has died after contracting coronavirus in the Republic. The Irish Times has learned that the healthcare worker worked in the east(...)

Total Produce said demand from the food service sector has fallen but demand from retailers had remained “robust. Photograph:  Ariana Drehsler/AFP via Getty Images

Total Produce, the fruit and vegetable producer chaired by Carl McCann, has become the latest listed business to delay its planned shareholder meeting(...)

Adjusted pretax profit at Total Produce rose almost 28%    to €98.3m in   2019

Revenue at fruit and vegetable producer Total Produce rose 22.4 per cent in 2019, reaching €6.2 billion, preliminary results from the company showed. (...)

Food companies were out of sorts, with Glanbia off 0.7 per cent, Kerry Group down 0.3 per cent and Total Produce lost 0.7 per cent.

European shares rose on Wednesday to continue to recover from a steep sell-off earlier in the week, as investors continued to brush off concerns – for(...)

Imelda Hurley

State-owned forestry business Coillte has appointed its new chief executive, with Imelda Hurley taking up the position from November 4th. Ms Hurley p(...)

Just Eat  posted rapidly growing sales in the third quarter despite a backdrop of ‘softer consumer spending’. Photograph: Getty

Brexit and trade war optimism boosted global markets on Monday, as the British government found its planned meaningful vote on its Brexit deal blocked(...)

Wall Street advanced on strong earnings data from JPMorgan, UnitedHealth and Johnson & Johnson. File photograph: Getty

News that UK prime minister Boris Johnson could end the Brexit deadlock by agreeing to a customs border in the Irish Sea boosted shares on Tuesday aft(...)

US equity futures dipped after China appeared to pour cold water on a partial trade deal touted by President Donald Trump, saying it wanted to iron out details before signing it.

Stocks in Europe dropped alongside US equity futures after China appeared to pour cold water on a partial trade deal touted by President Donald Trump,(...)

Ryanair was one of the few to stay in positive territory, closing up 1.5 per cent as it and other low-fare airlines continued to benefit from the the fallout from Thomas Cook

European shares closed at a two-week low on Wednesday on investor fears about an impeachment inquiry into US president Donald Trump and worsening rhet(...)

Tesco has adopted UN sustainable development goal 12.3, which calls for a reduction by half in farm-to-fork food waste over the next decade. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Twelve major own-label suppliers of Tesco Ireland have pledged to substantially cut food waste, as part of a scheme run by the retailer to halve its f(...)

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