The 92-bed hotel was put on the market last June by receivers acting on behalf of Ulster Bank after an umbrella company operated by former owner Chris Crehan racked up debts of almost €90 million.

Northern Ireland businessman Tom O’Gorman, who famously turned a £1 investment in Cove Energy into a holding worth €8.8 million, has acquired the Clyb(...)

Shire’s tax affairs have been a source of controversy since it moved its headquarters from the UK to Ireland in 2008

Shire has been advised that the $1.6 billion “break fee” received from AbbVie after the collapse of their abortive merger is not taxable — exposing th(...)

Netflix, the video-streaming service that is expanding aggressively across Europe, does not plan to increase its monthly charge despite the introduction of the new tax. (Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)

Europe’s tax showdown could be headed straight to people’s wallets. With the new year, a change in fiscal rules in the European Union is increasing(...)

Seán Quinn: Total drawdown is expected to be €1.1-1.3 billion

The administrators of Quinn Insurance Ltd, which was previously run by now bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn, have told the Department of Finance the to(...)

Financial services companies operating in Europe could now see their VAT bills soar as previously VAT-free services will be subject to the tax, at rates of between 15 and 27 per cent.

Up to two-thirds of IFSC-based companies in Ireland could be adversely affected by an unexpected VAT ruling handed down this week by the highest court(...)

The resort comprises two separate hotel properties and 12 apartments

Breaffy House resort in Co Mayo, which had been on the market guiding in the region of €3 million, has been bought out of receivership by Great Nation(...)

Michael O’Flynn  of the O’Flynn Construction group. The Cork developer said he had informed Blackstone that he had funds available   to immediately repay a loan of €16.7 million. Photo: Daragh Mac Sweeney/Provision

Michael O’Flynn has today written to Carbon Finance Ltd, a subsidiary of Blackstone, to inform the American multibillion investment fund that he can r(...)

The Central Bank paid out €20.5 million last year for work related to the banking crisis. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank of Ireland paid out almost €53 million in fees between 2008 and 2013 to seven legal and accounting firms for work related to the b(...)

A scene from Ripper Street by the BBC, which was filmed in Dublin’s Clancy Barracks. photograph: jonathan hession mag tv

Accountants, stereotypically known for their penchant for grey suits and being in bed by 10pm, aren’t usually...well...box office.This accountant is, (...)

  Cybercrime is costing the Irish economy more than €600 million a year, a new study has claimed. However, the estimated figure of €63(...)