Telecoms company Eir is seeking to raise at least €350 million to take out a high-interest bond.

Telecoms company Eir is seeking to raise at least €350 million to take out a high-interest bond. It is examining options including raising fresh equ(...)

Chief executive Richard Moat envisaged that Eir would bid alone for the NBP, which will be awarded in two regional tranches

Eir, which yesterday reported half-yearly revenues up 4 per cent to €653 million, has vowed to press ahead with the rollout of fibre broadband to 300,(...)

Bloodstone Building: completed by property developer Seán Dunne shortly before the property crash in 2008

Blackstone, the world’s biggest private equity firm, is on track to make a profit of €43 million on two office buildings it bought in Dublin’s south d(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said he ‘inadvertently’ provided incorrect information during his response to a Parliamentary Question on May 6th, 2015.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The amount written off following the sale of Siteserv by Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) was €119 million, some €9 million more than previ(...)

Robbie Keane: fundamentally solid, occasionally infuriating, but remarkably consistent

The announcement by Eircom on Tuesday that it had rejected a bid of up to €3.3 billion for the business was peculiarly timed. The offer was apparently(...)

Anchorage Capital, which has global operations and is headquartered in New York, did not comment when asked if it was the “credible” bidder referred to by Eircom.

The ownership of Eircom is back up for grabs after it rejected a “credible” offer of up to €3.3 billion, while its biggest shareholder has also sold a(...)

Denis O’Brien, whose company Millington was the successful bidder in the sale of Siteserv in 2012. There were eight bids lodged for the company early in that year. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Financier Walter Hobbs, appointed by the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation to represent it in the Siteserv sale, has defended his role in the process.(...)

Eircom, which has been controlled by lenders led by Blackstone since exiting examinership, may seek to raise as much as €1 billion in its stock-market flotation. Photograph: Eric Luke

Eircom has filed a prospectus with the Central Bank as it works toward joining the stock market for the third time in 15 years, according to three peo(...)

Sean Reilly’s portfolio was recently boosted when Airbnb took a 21,000 sq ft lease in the Watermarque building (pictured).

Lone Star, the Dallas based private equity fund, has acquired the loan portfolio of developer Sean Reilly for €220 million or a discount of 41 per cen(...)

Even in its demise, Irish Bank Resolution Corporation is proving its ability to cause ripples, and headaches, on other shores. It emerged this week th(...)