‘The worst company I have ever come across’: John Griffin, chairman of Irish TV, on Carlyle, the company that bought Addison Lee, the cab company he founded. photograph: dave meehan

Minicab millionaire John Griffin is showing off his new iPhone 6, which he acquired earlier this week. He has an “IT guy”, who sorted it out for him, (...)

John Griffin:  cockney Irish minicab millionaire

John Griffin, the cockney Irish minicab millionaire, is no big fan of Carlyle, the US private equity giant that paid £300 million to take over his Add(...)

John Griffin: reaching an agreement with the two US companiescould see the potential audience for Irish TV grow by tens of millions

Irish TV, the Mayo-based television station that is focused on the diaspora, is in talks with Comcast and Time Warner with a view to massively widenin(...)

Robert Easton, head of Carlyle’s CCI team: ‘This successful fundraising process reflects the promise in the Irish economy’

US equity group Carlyle and its Dublin-based partner Cardinal Capital are set to announce a number of high-profile investments in Ireland in coming(...)

Hillary Rodham Clinton signs copies of her book “Hard Choices” at Bookends Bookstore earlier this month in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Bloomberg estimates that the potential candidate for the 2016 presidential election earned $12 million since leaving her post at the State Department in February 2013. Photograph: Michael N. Todaro/Getty Images

Hillary Clinton has earned at least $12 million in 16 months since leaving the State Department, according to an analysis of data compiled by Bloomber(...)

I hear Carlyle’s State-backed €300 million SME fund, started with €125 million from the National Pension Reserve Fund, will soon close its fundraisin(...)

It is safe to presume that the excitement surrounding Bank of Ireland’s trip beyond the 20-cent frontier this week was not particularly contagious bey(...)