Lazard, the international investment bank, is handling the sale of Quinn Glass which was renamed Encirc at the start of the year. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Encirc employs 1,000 people and has annual revenues of more than €300m

 Alan Byrne, editor and chief executive of The Racing Post, at the launch of the Irish Racing Post with Rory McIlroy and Ruby Walsh in 2010. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Move secures future of racing bible

Coolmore Australia principal Tom Magnier: led campaign against proposed coalmine. Photograph: Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images

Magnier family stud wins three-year battle against proposed development

Brian Lenihan: correspondence with former Anglo Irish Bank chairman relates to late January 2009 and early February 2009. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Family of bankrupt ex-billionaire wants Drumm email password broken

The loans being put on the block were originally taken out by customers of Bank of Scotland Ireland during the boom before it became a unit of Lloyds.

Oaktree Capital, Goldman Sachs and Kildare Partners already active in Irish market

Eason’s acquisition of two retail units in Cork brings its total footprint there to six outlets. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Acquisition will add about €5m in turnover to book and stationary retailer

Developer Bernard McNamara: to oversee €20 million expansion of the K Club. Photograph: Collins

Businessman advising Mulryan on recovery

The list includes two retired judges, lawyers who have worked on state investigations into child abuse, a retired financial regulator from Jersey and a banker formerly based in Hong Kong. From left: Justice Daniel O’Keeffe, Martin Moloney, Ita Mangan and Judge Clare Leonard. Photograph: The Irish Times

Central Bank names 13 members of high powered panel to investigate allegedly rogue banks and bankers

The inquiry has the power to fine regulated corporations up to €10 million or 10 per cent of turnover depending on certain factors. Individuals can be fined up to €1 million provided this will not bankrupt them.

Irish Nationwide, whose collapse cost €5.4bn, expected to be first up

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