The owner of the Birds Eye and Findus food brands has agreed a €225m deal to buy Green Isle Food's Goodfella's Pizzas, including operations in Kildare and Longford. The owner of the Birds Eye and Findus food brands has agreed a €225m deal to buy Green Isle Food's Goodfella's Pizzas, including operations in Kildare and Longford.
Environmental threats including freak weather, economic inequalities and cyberattacks all make the list of top fears in the Global Risks Report for 2018. But most remarkable was the surge in geopolitical concerns after a year of escalating rhetoric between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that has arguably brought the world closer to a nuclear conflict than it has been in decades.
Shareholders led by Denis O'Brien have injected an additional €10m into industrial and engineering services group Actavo, papers filed with the Companies Office show. Shareholders led by Denis O'Brien have injected an additional €10m into industrial and engineering services group Actavo, papers filed with the Companies Office show. The financing round took place in December.
@namawinelake They re 'selling' the site to their own parent funds to prop up development. Forecast margins have been slashed since 2012. If Nama still controlled it they'd now have to double down or risk being squeezed out.
Shouldnt care but am annoyed by trolls calling for O'Connell monument in Westminister. He campaigned for decades to break the connection and was absolutely clear he attended on suffrance. Same idiots would be outraged if Westminster did plonck him in between Cromwell and Thatcher
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