Adrian Daly, who set up Source Pensions in 2009. Photograph: Eric Luke

Firm was set up in 2009 by its principal shareholder and chief executive, Adrian Daly

Seán Dunne jnr leaving the Employment Appeals Tribunal in Dublin on Thursday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Employment tribunal hears Quinn jnr deny he was in possession of Blackberry phone

Seán Quinn jnr (35) claims he was unfairly dismissed by Quinn Insurance and is entitled to two year’s gross pay. The company disputes the claim. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Employment Appeals Tribunal reserves judgment

 Sean Quinn junior told an employment appeals tribunal he was currently unemployed but “I believe I am close to recommencing.” Photo: PA Wire

Sean Quinn jr tells employment appeals tribunal he felt victimised

Abridged accounts for EJ King Bar Ltd, Clifden, Co Galway, show it had accumulated profits at the end of February last of €4.2 million, down from €4.5 million at the end of the previous financial year. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Companies in EJ King group show varying fortunes

The Q-Park group of Irish companies is part of a Europe-wide business with more than 80,000 parking spaces owned by Q-Park NV, of the Netherlands, which is in turn owned by investors.

Pre-tax losses at Q-Park Ireland were €2.16 million, down from €8.16 million

The glass business in Co Fermanagh that was formally part of the Quinn Group has been sold to a Spanish glass concern for slightly more than €400 million.

Aventas confirms sale of glass business in Co Fermanagh to Spanish group Vidrala

Seán Quinn  said he had “no legal or beneficial interest in QBRC now, or any entitlement to one in the future. I am not employed by QBRC and/or any company or otherwise and my sole income remains my State pension.

Businessman says he has no legal interest in materials firm, and no entitlement to one

Students on UCD campus at Belfield: the university is one of Nationwide Controlled Parking Systems’s clients. Photograph: Frank Miller

Company’s clients include Dublin City Council, Irish Rail, Aldi and UCD

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