Pat and Mary Crimin said they plan to retire after a lot of ‘soul searching’.
Turnover at Quinn Industrial Holdings topped €200 million during 2017.
The local industry hopes to treble sales by 2022 – despite the already crowded market.
The seventh Lord Revelstoke established Lambay Irish Whiskey in partnership with Camus Cognac.
Restaurant Salamanca has voiced its concern about the plans to redevelop St Andrew’s Church.
But the Cork-based cooperative has warned about a volatile ‘butter bubble’.
Celebrity chef Darina Allen also talks about being a glass-half-full person.
Swiss-Irish firm Aryzta had previously been ordered to pay €12,500 to the ex-employee.
Bamboo wants to prove its model in Singapore and London to attract more investors.
Mór Irish Gin’s Eoin Bara also talks about how he stopped emails from ruining his sleep.
The AIL Group blamed some of its historic losses on ‘onerous rental agreements’.
The project is being led by Michael Wright, owner of the Wright Venue in Swords.
Ornua’s boss said no matter what deal is struck, Irish dairy will lose out from Brexit.
Vault Whiskey Store has appealed the refusal for its €138m development.
She started out selling Christmas hampers, but now Yvonne Dolan is making on-the-go smoothies.
Guinness is on top and AIB is singing – but its rival Bank of Ireland is licking its wounds.
The coffee chain’s revenue increased by more than €1.5 million last year.
The restaurants industry recently said Ireland needs an extra 8,000 cooks.
The tech company will face stiff competition from established players like Deliveroo.
We took a look inside the Irish coffee company’s Dublin roastery as it nears its 20-year anniversary.