Monday, August 20, 2018
Mistakes, I've made a few: what I've learned in the first year of my startup Start-up Diary: Richard Rodger, Voxgig founder Richard Rodger, Voxgig founder When I started to write this startup diary nearly a year ago, one of the main topics...
China pledges to match tariffs on $16bn of American goods US President Donald Trump is planning further tariffs China said it will begin imposing 25pc duties on an additional $16bn (€13.8bn) of American goods immediately after US levies take effect, making...
Grain prices rise by over €10 per tonne Wheat selling at €175-185/t and dried grain at €205-210/t Massey Ferguson's 300 HP Activa S6 Combine in action Grain prices have hardened by around €10/t over the last few days on the back of...
Top Japanese bank contacts EU clients over Germany move due to Brexit fears Japanese banking giant Nomura has started contacting clients to transfer business from London to Germany as it ramps up preparation for a hard Brexit. Photo: PA Japanese banking...
Food is forecourt future as 'fuel' for motorists drives sales Problem Solver with Feargal Quinn Feargal Quinn. Photo: Tom Burke Q: What will the rise of internet shopping and other challenges mean for the future of food retailing? A: This is an exciting...
How this 180-cow farm is managing the effects of the drought The drought has cost us €16,000 in additional feed, we’re just hoping he milk price holds,” says Adrian Claffey a dairy farmer from Mount Temple, Co Westmeath. Adrian, who is...
UDG offloads Aquilant final distribution business for €23m Aquilant, which distributes specialist medical equipment in Ireland, the UK and the Netherlands. Stock image UDG Healthcare has sold its Aquilant division for €23m to private equity firm H2 Equity Partners. The unit, which...
British-Irish chamber urges Brexit state aid exemptions Stock photo: PA Wire/PA Images Ireland should seek exemptions from the EU State Aid rules to help businesses hit hard by Brexit, according to the leading lobby group for businesses with operations in the...

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Revenue increases at Kerry, but currency headwinds impact results Kerry Group ceo Edmond Scanlon Photo: David Conachy Revenue at Kerry Group rose 1.4pc year-on-year to €3.2bn in the six months to June 30. The growth in revenue reflected volume growth of 3.6pc...
New Leinster star Joe Tomane reveals the unusual approach he made that landed him in Dublin   Joe Tomane called his agent to see if Leinster were interested For all of the scouting that goes on worldwide nowadays, sometimes a good deal...

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