Denis O’Brien wants the web companies to share their revenues with him. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien has long held a grudge against web companies for allegedly hitching a free ride on the networks of telco operators such as his Digicel, (...)

Operating profits at PM Group rose by 24 per cent to €9 million in 2014.

PM Group, the Tallaght-headquartered construction services firm that yesterday published 2014 sales of €350 million, has reported a strong pick-up in(...)

Denis Desmond, the concert promoter, has described a politically controversial £150,000 (€203,000) payment to one of his companies by the Scottish go(...)

Digicel chairman Denis O’Brien  described   business tactics of web giants as “unacceptable”. Photograph: Reuters

Digicel, the Caribbean mobile operator Denis O’Brien is preparing to float in the coming days, has started blocking web ads on its network that have (...)

‘Another Clerys should not be allowed to happen again,’ said Patricia King of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. Photograph: Leah Farrell/ Photocall Ireland

Six months on from its sale, Clerys remains shuttered while its new owners work on redevelopment plans. But the shoddy manner of the sacking of its st(...)

ESB said it made capital investment of €405 million over the six-month period, down by 10 per cent.

ESB grew its revenues and profits in the first six months of the year, although its progress was crimped by factors such as the weakening euro against(...)

Yoga: there is a lunchtime keep-fit class at Government Buildings

A civil servant was recently spotted striding across Dublin city centre. Apparently, the apparatchik had come from a yoga session at the Department o(...)

Bohemians player Ismahil Akinade: club’s 22 players were paid a total of just €155,000 between them, or an average of €7,000 each. Photograph: Colm O’Neill/Inpho
Wage woes for the Bohs

Dublin-based Bohemians soccer club is probably just happy to be alive after recent deals with the council and its bankers over Dalymount Park freed it(...)

The Economist: PR consultant Brendan Bracken took umbrage

PR consultant Brendan Bracken took umbrage at an editorial in The Economist magazine that ignored his ancestor’s role in its history. Educational publ(...)

Ted Webb, Patrick Kennedy  and Ciaran Bolger at the Deal Drivers Ireland conference in Dublin. photograph: chris bellew/fennells

I hear Mergermarket assembled a high-powered coterie of corporate financiers, business executives and lawyers in the Shelbourne hotel on Thursday afte(...)