Catherine Murphy outside the Dail last month. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

In April, Independent TD Catherine Murphy called on the Government to order a full independent inquiry into a number of IBRC transactions, including t(...)

Michael Noonan: Told Catherine Murphy that Davy wrote to the department to confirm that Mr Carville had only advised Siteserv

Des Carville, the Davy adviser to Siteserv who co-ordinated its 2012 sale to a company controlled by Denis O’Brien, previously helped the prominent st(...)

The new group of investors i includes the chain’s management and private investors such as Emmet O’Neill, a nephew of Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Denis O’Brien, the Digicel founder and Independent News & Media shareholder, has sold the BB’s Coffee & Muffins chain to a group of investors(...)

Catherine Murphy, Independent  TD for Kildare North.

Statement by Siteserv Holdings Limited in response to recent media reports Siteserv Holdings Limited is disappointed that Catherine Murphy T.D.(...)

The Central Bank Commission reportedly prefers the option of a 15 per cent mortgage deposit, rising by one per cent each year over the next five years. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank is considering a five-year run-in for its new 20 per cent mortgage deposit rule, according to the Sunday Independent. The Central (...)

The demutualisation of stock exchanges is a trend which has seen other exchanges, including Toronto, Hong Kong and London, restructure in recent decades. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It has been years in discussion, but this morning the Irish Stock Exchange finally announced that it has demutualised, changing its corporate s(...)

Michael Noonan: said biggest payout by the department was €1.72 million to Arthur Cox. Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Legal and consultancy firms were the largest beneficiaries of the €7.6 million paid out last year by the Government’s two public finance departments.N(...)

Legal firm A&L Goodbody has lost two big advisory contracts over a “conflict of interest” connected with the lottery licence competition.The firm (...)

Under planned operating terms, the licensee will have greater flexibility to operate online. Currently the business
justless than
under 3 per cent of its revenue from online sales, substantially less than operators in other jurisdictions.

An Post and UK operator, Camelot, have won the licence to run the National Lottery under a new 20-year contract that will allow for a greater shift(...)