A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Lower sales of Ballygowan bottled water, and a continued fall in the sale of third-party alcohol brands to pubs drove a 1.6% drop in annual revenues at the Irish division of British drinks group Britvic.
Wed, 27 Nov, 2019
Further office development is to take place on the last remaining commercial site in Eastgate in Cork’s Little Island.
Wed, 30 Oct, 2019
While plastic, which is polluting the seas, may take 1,000 years to decompose, the production of aluminium creates far more carbon dioxide, so cans are problematic, too, says
Fri, 18 Oct, 2019
I FINISHED writing my fifth novel this week. It’s a first draft, I hasten to add, and an extremely messy one at that, so I’m not getting overly excited. I know too much about the amount of work that lies ahead of me for that.
Sat, 25 May, 2019
Evidence against a thief for burgling an apartment in Cork included a fingerprint at the window, DNA on a Pepsi can, DNA on a cigarette, and a phone credit receipt linked to him.
Thu, 16 May, 2019
Farmers in the state of Gujarat, India, are seeking government intervention after Pepsi Co, whose products include Pepsi, Lays, Doritos, Tropicana, 7up, sued for farmers for allegedly infringing its rights by growing a potato variety registered by the company for use in its Lays crisps.
Fri, 26 Apr, 2019
Each year, there is one particular aspect of the festive season which gathers particular momentum. Normally, they are of the consumable variety and quickly become oversaturated. Beauty advent calendars anyone?
Sat, 15 Dec, 2018
Revenues at the Cork arm of soft-drink giant PepsiCo decreased by 16% with lower volumes of Pepsi cola concentrate shipped out of the region last year.
Fri, 30 Nov, 2018
Two decades after they brought us ‘Girl Power’ and momentarily took over the world, a new exhibition pays tribute to the Spice Girls. From tracksuits to platforms,takes a look.
Sat, 04 Aug, 2018
Supermarket foods with reduced salt are expected to surge in demand as the condiment is set to be the next target for health professionals, according to a new report.
Sat, 23 Jun, 2018
In the interests of brevity, I’ll paraphrase: women would love to eat Doritos like men but are afraid of being judged as geezer-birds. Cue Lady Doritos
Mon, 12 Feb, 2018
Sat, 09 Dec, 2017
Almost 300 jobs have been announced in Dublin and Cork after two multinationals opened research and development facilities.
Tue, 03 Oct, 2017
Over the past decade, a little-known herb 200 times sweeter than sugar has become a €3.5bn global industry, showing up in everything from Coca-Cola drinks to Heinz ketchup.
Wed, 16 Aug, 2017
Shares in French food group Danone rose after the New York Post newspaper said in a report over the weekend that Danone could be a takeover target.
Tue, 15 Aug, 2017
pipes in on the debate surrounding Pepsi ad.
Mon, 10 Apr, 2017
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Wed, 05 Apr, 2017
Warehouse/industrial units ranging from €300,000 to €1.5m on Cork City’s outskirts have come to market this month, at Little Island and at the Kinsale Road.
Thu, 09 Feb, 2017
Google has taken over from Apple as the world's most valuable brand in an annual ranking amid signs the technology giant has "reached saturation point".
Wed, 01 Feb, 2017
Fri, 30 Dec, 2016
Reinvigorating a brand is always an option, but often it’s best to leave well enough alone, writes
Thu, 17 Nov, 2016
Thu, 10 Nov, 2016
Mon, 15 Aug, 2016
Far from being a manufactured product, Girl Power defined Britpop better than a battling Blur and Oasis, says
Mon, 18 Jul, 2016
The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland has welcomed the announcement of plans to introduce a new £520m (€660m) levy on sugary drinks in Britain within two years.
Thu, 17 Mar, 2016
The Irish operations of UK-owned soft drinks producer, Britvic has seen a return to annual growth, with revenue up 1.3%, in constant exchange rate terms, and sales volumes ahead by 2.6%.
Thu, 26 Nov, 2015
Mon, 23 Nov, 2015
Retired football star David Beckham, an international celebrity both on and off the field, was named People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive”.
Thu, 19 Nov, 2015
Thu, 05 Nov, 2015
Thu, 08 Oct, 2015
These facts about Coca-Cola may just have you think twice before drinking a lot of the fizzy drink in future.
Mon, 31 Aug, 2015
Toyota moved into damage-control mode after its new communications chief, Julie Hamp, an American and its first senior female executive, was arrested on suspicion of illegally bringing pain killers into Japan, just two months after her appointment.
Sat, 20 Jun, 2015
In keeping with the Good Friday tradition, high priests are baying for blood — except this time the cause is life and not death by crucifixion.
Fri, 03 Apr, 2015
Most companies proclaim to be driven by their customers’ needs but few seem as genuine in that regard as teamwork.com - a company which by happy coincidence has seemingly landed upon a name that encapsulates not just their service but the ethos of the company too.
Mon, 19 Jan, 2015
The publication yesterday of the utterly unambiguous November 2010 letter from the then ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet to then Minister for Finance, the late Brian Lenihan, shows how power is used and how real and pressing vulnerability — a country facing economic collapse and the chaos that would ensue could only be described in those terms — turns national politicians into supplicants rather than negotiators.
Fri, 07 Nov, 2014
Irish companies including Glanbia have used undisclosed deals with the government in Luxembourg to slash their tax bills in their own country, according to documents released by an international group of newspapers including the Irish Times.
Thu, 06 Nov, 2014
Apple and other large multinational firms are unlikely to scale back their Irish operations due to the abolition of the so-called "Double-Irish" tax loophole but it will prove challenging to encourage similar companies to set up here in future.
Wed, 05 Nov, 2014
A soaring consumer focus on health and wellbeing has heightened global retailer interest in Origin Green, the single brand which Bord Bia is using to market the Irish food industry overseas.
Fri, 19 Sep, 2014
On the day she received word that Pepsi was chosen to name her its president, Indra Nooyi left work early (about 10pm) to go home and share the thrilling news with her family.
Sat, 05 Jul, 2014
Almost one third of the world is now fat, and no country has been able to curb obesity rates in the last three decades, according to a new global analysis.
Fri, 30 May, 2014
Paddy Power’s insensitivity about Oscar Pistorius is not the first example of ill-advised advertising, says Dave Kenny
Fri, 23 May, 2014
Singers MIA and Janelle Monae have shared the stage during separate concerts on opposite coasts of America through the magic of holograms.
Fri, 04 Apr, 2014
On International Women’s Day, Marianne Perez de Fransius explores why increased female participation in the workplace is of benefit to all facets of society.
Sat, 08 Mar, 2014