Invested: Slow start for Ferrari means a long race ahead
Iconic Italian carmaker’s stock market debut zoomed off the grid seven months ago - but things haven’t quite gone as planned
'What makes a good horse rider? It’s all hands and balance and brain'
Enda Bolger was nervous appearing alongside his hero Bruce Springsteen. But Cheltenham is his true stage
Invested: New Adidas chief gears up for long race ahead
Adidas’s incoming chief executive Kasper Rorsted is a stock market darling, but he will need all of his corporate wiles to keep the German sportswear giant ticking over, writes Ed Micheau
Wylie operator: Sage tycoon on money, horses and how we can live longer
Businessman rolls out new fitness venture he hopes will add five years to people’s lives
Trinity Biotech earnings rise 27% during third quarter
Trinity Biotech produced something of a curate’s egg last week when it announced a 27 per cent increase in earnings per share in its quarter-three results.
Serviced funds in Ireland hit ‘magic’ $1 trillion mark
Funds serviced in Ireland topped the magical $1 trillion mark for the first time at June 30, 2006, up 28 per cent year on year, according to the latest international study of the financial services industry.
Cadbury demands Coolock staff accept plan to cut 450 jobs
Cadbury Ireland has told its staff it will close its manufacturing plant in north Dublin if a ratonalisation programme involving up to 450 job cuts is not accepted.
Desmond’s €1bn airport windfall a mere 10 years in the making
The old saying that you need money to make money certainly applies, but it sure helps when you are also blessed with an instinct for an opportunity.
Texaco to follow Statoil out of Irish petrol market
Chevron, the parent company of Texaco Ireland, is preparing to put some or all of the company’s estimated 220 petrol stations in the Republic up for sale in the near future.
EU veto could scupper Ryanair takeover bid
Aer Lingus and the government have been told by advisers that the best prospect of Ryanair’s proposed €1.48 billion takeover failing rests with a narrow interpretation by the EU Commission of competition on the Dublin to London market and the dominan