O’Driscoll’s Roaring Water takes a €130k dip into the red
The loss recorded last year contrasts with a profit of €2.1 million made the year before, and reduces accumulated profits from €10.9 million to €10.7 million
Company Watch: Open Orphan could realise £20 million in first non-core asset IPO
Co-founder Cathal Friel has indicated that a series of spinouts could unlock £750 million for shareholders in the Dublin-based pharma company
Two big to fail: will the sale of Davy undermine Irish banking?
Davy Stockbrokers is likely to be bought by Irish Life or Bank of Ireland, and with AIB buying Goodbody, it will create two banking behemoths, raising a number of questions as to what that will mean for the market here
LA firm increases Kingspan stake despite negative Grenfell publicity
Capital Group’s holding now stands at 5.32 per cent, worth more than €707 million at the current share price
ICG executives benefit from €3.5m in share-based payments
Last week, executives at Irish Ferries’ parent company sold shares vested to them in a 2018 incentive scheme
Glanbia executives enjoy €7.5m share award windfall
Awards come as investment firms bet against the company’s shares in a series of risky short trades
Arm of BlackRock builds up €20m short bet that Glanbia shares will continue to fall
Food company’s stock price has swung up and down since start of pandemic with performance nutrition products hit hard
Irish funds industry hits record high of $4.2 trillion, new data shows
Figures compiled by Monterey Insight, an independent fund research company, show the value of Irish-domiciled funds grew by 10.4 per cent to a market size of just over $3.3 trillion.
Raise EIIS cap to boost Iseq, says Euronext letter
Euronext lobbies government to raise tax relief on investments to encourage private companies to go public
Comment: GameStop saga highlights problem of boards’ reliance on stock prices
A new model of corporate governance that depends on human, board-level judgement is clearly needed
Aidan Regan: Wall Street’s aristocrats prepare to head off barbarians at the gate
Last week proved that Reddit’s 'degenerates’ can beat professional investors at their own game. But for how long?
Comment: Wall Street does not reflect what’s happening on Main Street
While the US stock market has held strong, much of it depends on a positive view of the 2021 economy – one which now seems overly optimistic