Mick Wallace claimed €45m in “fixer fees” were paid during the sale of the northern Irish property loans to New York company Cerberus in early 2014. Photograph: The Irish Times

Belfast developer Gareth Graham is to meet United States law enforcement agencies on Friday to discuss his claims about State agency Nama’s €1.6 billi(...)

Mr Kenny said in the Dáil he would have his officials check to see whether such a letter was received from US company Fortress. Photograph: Reuters

Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s officials have no record of receiving a letter from the losing bidder for Nama’s loans in the North, US company Fortress, expr(...)

 DUP leader and former Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson: has denied claim that he was earmarked to benefit from the Project Eagle sale. Photograph: Getty Images

June 2013: Sammy Wilson, then Northern Ireland minister of finance and personnel tells Michael Noonan that parties interested in buying Nama’s norther(...)

Dublin is ranked 48 on this year’s Global Financial Centres Index, which was published on Wednesday, up from 52 in the 2014 edition.

Dublin has moved up six places in the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI) over the last year. The Republic’s capital is ranked 48 on this year’s lis(...)

The Rhatigan Property Group challenged the right of  Beltany Properties to appoint a receiver to the Radisson Blu Hotel on Golden Lane in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Rhatigan Property Group and merchant bank Goldman Sachs have settled a legal battle over an €80 million debt and the ownership of a high-profile h(...)

Oil explorer Kosmos is withdrawing from three licences in the Porcupine Basin, to the west and southwest of Kerry, where it has shared interests with Europa Oil & Gas and Antrim Energy. File photograph: Bloomberg

US-listed oil and gas explorer, Kosmos, is pulling out of its three joint ventures off the Irish coast, its partners confirmed on Tuesday. Kosmos is w(...)

The Lufthansa Group now operates 40 flights a-week out of Dublin to destinations that include Frankfurt, Munich in Germany and Geneva in Switzerland.  Photoraph: Adam Berry/Getty Images

German airline, Lufthansa, expects to carry more than 500,000 passengers on its Irish services by the end of 2015. Christian Schindler, its regional d(...)

 Dermot O’Loughlin: said the note he sent to workers advocated that they get financial advice about the best way to use what was due to them from the old scheme.    Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Trustees of the former Irish airline workers’ pension scheme clashed with a trade union official representing workers who had invested in the insolv(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh: hn 2014 he  signalled the company could go ahead with a flotation within two years.  It is understood the company is on track for this. Photograph: Dave Meehan

One51, the plastics manufacturer and waste-management firm, could be on track for a flotation in the middle of next year. One51 said on Friday it ha(...)

OpenHydro’s Open-Centre turbine in Orkney, Scotland. The tidal energy developer said on Friday it plans to raise €55 million as it gears up to commercialise its technology.

Tidal energy developer, Openhydro plans to raise €55 million as it gears up to commercialise its technology. The Dublin-based company said on Friday (...)