Kendrick Investments held 99 per cent of Topaz   prior to its sale to Couche-Tard. Photograph: David Sleator

Denis O’Brien and Alimentation Couche-Tard, the Canadian company to which he sold the Topaz chain of forecourts for €258 million cash, have agreed a (...)

The company behind the Topaz fuel and convenience store chain is suing a Dublin-registered company for €4.7m over alleged failure to complete a share purchase agreement. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Denis O’Brien and Alimentation Couche Tard, the Canadian company to which he sold the Topaz network of filling stations last year, have become embroil(...)

Accounts lodged by Valero Energy (Ireland), the local subsidiary of the US giant behind Texaco, show its sales fell 20% to €1.25bn last year from €1.55bn in 2014

Profits at petrol and oil supplier Texaco grew by two-thirds to €25.3 million last year, according to the latest figures. Accounts lodged by Valero (...)

The three-storey detached block has a floor area of 1,985sq m and 68 car parking spaces let to Topaz Energy

One of the original office buildings at Beech Hill office campus in Clonskeagh, Dublin 4, goes for sale from today at a guide price of €7.5 million an(...)

Topaz owner Alimentation Couche-Tard has  boosted its presence in southeast US after buying CST Brands. Photograph: Dave  Meehan

Canadian convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard, which bought Topaz last year, said on Monday it would buy US convenience store chain CST(...)

If the storm of publicity that followed the closure of Clerys was “unmerited and distressing”, it was entirely self-inflicted. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Maurice Bracken, who worked for Clerys for more than 30 years before the staff were turfed out when the building was sold last June, tells an interest(...)

Topaz has more than 2,000 employees and close to 35 per cent of the consumer market in Ireland

The sale of fuel chain Topaz to the Canadian retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard has been completed with Niall Anderton named as the Irish company’s new(...)

Brian Hannasch, president and chief executive   of Alimentation Couche-Tard and Emmet O’Neill, chief executive of  Topaz: When congratulated for keeping the deal a secret, O’Neill smiled and said: “We like to keep things under the radar. That’s how we roll.”  Photograph:  Johnny Bambury/Fennell Photography

Emmet O’Neill, the gregarious nephew of Denis O’Brien and chief executive of the billionaire’s Topaz group, practically bounced into yesterday’s anno(...)

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