Paul Coulson

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Denis Casey pictured in 2016. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

After former Irish Life and Permanent chief executive Denis Casey lost his appeal against his conviction in the Supreme Court on Thursday, we profile (...)

Financier Paul Coulson’s Ardagh said the “footprint adjustment” was aimed at improving the group’s competitiveness.  File photograph: Alan Betson

Irish financier Paul Coulson’s Ardagh Group revealed on Thursday that it plans to close a second US glass-container plant in a little over a years, si(...)

McNamara development: how the proposed complex, on the site of the Swiss Cottage pub on Swords Road in Santry, in north Co Dublin, would look

A company with links to the boom-time developer Bernard McNamara has submitted an application under the fast-track planning process for a €41 million (...)

The 528sq m Clonmore, on Shrewsbury Road in Dublin 4,  went sale agreed in late October.

Icon chairman and former chief executive Ciarán Murray has emerged as the buyer of a property on Shrewsbury Road for €8.1 million, in the top resident(...)

Paul Coulson holds an effective 33 per cent stake in the listed Ardagh business. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ardagh Group, the metal and glass containers group led by Irish financier Paul Coulson, has downgraded its full-year financial forecast for a second t(...)

Ardagh, built up over the past two decades through a series of acquisitions by chairman and chief executive Paul Coulson, is the third-largest global manufacturer of metal beverage cans, with leading positions in glass food and beverage packaging and metal food packaging.

Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said on Monday it has lowered its outlook on Ardagh Group’s debt ratings, citing the group’s “aggressive” financial po(...)

Clonmore 15A Shrewsbury Road Ballsbridge Dublin 4

In 2007, Shrewsbury Road in Ballsbridge was the sixth most expensive street in the world. Over the years it has become something of a bellwether for (...)

US president Donald Trump met European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker at the White House, claiming the US and EU “love each other”.

US president Donald Trump had one of his trademark changes of heart this week. “Tariffs are the greatest!” he tweeted ahead of a crucial meeting with(...)

Paul Coulson of Ardagh Group. The financier  on Thursday backed US president Donald Trump’s plans to slap tariffs on “effectively subsidised” Chinese glass imports. Photograph: Alan Betson

Financier Paul Coulson, perhaps Ireland’s biggest darling of global “junk-bond” debt markets as he built up his Ardagh Group, is finding public equity(...)

Ardagh chairman and chief executive Paul Coulson, said the group’s second-quarter figures reflected good performances in three of its four divisions.

Paul Coulson, chief executive of Irish-led packaging giant Ardagh, on Thursday backed US president Donald Trump’s plans to hit some Chinese imports wi(...)

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