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# Kerry Group

Last year
# Russia
Irish-based building materials company Kingspan exits Russian market
Yesterday, Kerry Group said it was suspending all operations in Russia and Belarus.
# Ukraine
Irish food giant Kerry Group to suspend operations in Russia and Belarus
The company, which employs 250 people in Russia and Belarus, said it is “horrified” by the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
All time
# Evolution of food
'Sustainability is driving consumption': Why Kerry is introducing more meat-free products
The dairy giant is investing in plant-based products but milk and cream still rise to the top.
# charleville
Management operating Cheestrings production line during strike at Kerry Group plant
Employees at the plant are currently engaging in their third 24-hour work stoppage.
# Industrial Action
Workers let go by BCD Travel to picket Kerry Group
SIPTU representatives claim that the company is refusing to make redundancy payments decided by the Labour Court.
# diet dreams
LowLow takes on diet clichés in new ad campaign
“Cos women and muffins can’t co-exist”
# in the nip
VIDEO: Is this nudie Irish ham ad offensive?
Farmers in the nip, eating sandwiches. Offensive, or just misleading?
# Your Say
Poll: Are you satisfied with the government's progress in job creation?
As news breaks of the second big job announcement this week we ask: Are you happy with the government’s progress in job creation?
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added School Around the Corner
Here are the things we learned, shared and loved today.
# Jobswatch
Kerry Group to create 800 jobs over next three years
The number is set to rise to 900 in 2016 with an additional 400 construction jobs created to construct the new campus in Naas, Co Kildare.
# Big Money
GALLERY: The 15 most valuable companies on the Irish Stock Exchange
There’s been some speculation about some firms delisting from Dublin. Here are the 15 biggest ones trading here.
# Kerry
Major Irish-based food firm reports rise in profits
Kerry Group, the maker of well-known brands including Denny, Low Low and Charleville, saw a significant upturn in business.
# Reputation
Google is Ireland's most reputable company, while John Player, Quinn and AIB come last
Google, Kerry Group and Apple are top of the class when it comes to corporate reputation in Ireland.
# Financial Results
Kerry Group achieves €2.6 billion in revenues in first half of 2011
Despite rising input costs and a competitive market, Kerry Group has reported a pre-tax profit of €175m for the first six months of the year.
# Big Deals
The 11 biggest companies on the Irish stock exchange
Some names you’ll probably know, and some you mightn’t – but, in terms of sheer value, here are the big boys.
# Kerry Group
Kerry Group reports 56 per cent jump in profits
Kerry’s pre-tax profits for 2010 hit €392.8m – a significant jump on the €251.9m reported for 2009.
# Kerry Group
Kerry Group ride the storm with 41% profit increase
The food group reports pre-tax profits of €162.3m for the first half of the year – up over €47m on 2009.