Sunday, October 21, 2018
'Pig farmers are losing €3,000 a week and some will go to the wall in the coming months' Pig farmers will go to the wall in the coming months, according to the IFA Pigs Committee Chairman Tom Hogan, with some...
West Bank settlement desperate to be rid of crocodiles no-one wants There are fears the fast-breeding reptiles could escape into the River Jordan. Crocodiles rest at a a farm in the Jordan Valley, West Bank (Dusan Vranic/AP) An Israeli West Bank settlement...
Card Factory shares slump after extreme weather prompts profit warning The company said weak consumer conditions were also affecting the business. The heatwave has hit footfall on high streets and knocked retailers as a result (Ben Birchall/PA) Card Factory shares tumbled after...
Tui suffers double-digit earnings drop while heatwave holds back summer bookings The travel giant said summer bookings were unlikely to outperform due to the hot weather. Tui CEO Fritz Joussen said it was a good third quarter (Tui/PA) Shares in Tui tumbled...
Transfers centre – live Kepa Arrizabalaga has signed a seven-year deal at Chelsea while Mateo Kovacic has arrived at Stamford Bridge on loan. Mateo Kovacic is a Chelsea player for the season (Nick Potts/PA) Chelsea sign Athletic Bilbao's Kepa Arrizabalaga for a...
Earnings fall at Glanbia, despite increase in revenue Glanbia chief executive Siobhan Talbot Earnings before interest, tax and amortisation at Glanbia fell by 7.3pc year-on-year in constant currency to €123.7m in the six months to June 30. During the period revenue at...
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...
Q&A: Others will fear legal action St Raphael's Q: Why is the leading representative body for credit unions suing one of its former members? A: The representative body for the sector, the Irish League of Credit Unions, told its member credit unions...

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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...
Corbyn concerned about Kroenke’s takeover of Arsenal Labour leader backs Arsenal Supporters Trust’s opposition to development. Arsenal fan Jeremy Corbyn, pictured, has spoken out against Stan Kroenke’s proposed full takeover of the Gunners (John Linton/PA) Jeremy Corbyn has voiced the Labour Party’s...

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