Rosheen McGuckian: “I’m not secretly driven, I know that for a fact.” photograph: brenda fitzsimons

As NTR chief executive Rosheen McGuckian (Rosh for short) tells it, she’s something of an accidental CEO. Her journey to the top of the corporate ladd(...)

Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, above,  is understood to be the preferred bidder for “Portfolio 14”, a mixed bag of loans owed by over a dozen businesses. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, above, has bought loans associated with one of Dublin’s best-located office blocks for about €75 million. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, is understood to be the preferred bidder for “Portfolio 14”, a mixed bag of lo(...)

Several units of the Cork City Fire Brigade remain at the scene of a blaze at a waste recycling plant in Glanmire on the outskirts of the city. (...)

Gardaí believe the fatally injured man was attended to by four or five persons following the incident at the Greenstar facility at Ballymount Industrial Estate and appealed for them to make contact. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A man was killed at the Greenstar waste recycling facility in Ballymount Industrial Estate in west Dublin yesterday. The man is believed to have been (...)

Suir Bridge. The Roche family, which founded the original National Toll Roads, still holds a 38 per cent share in the business with investment company One51 also a major shareholder.

NTR share buybackInvestment group NTR is examining the prospect of organising a share buyback or a special dividend to return €100 million to sharehol(...)

Greenstar’s recycling facility in Old Fassaroe, Bray. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland’s biggest waster management group, Greenstar has been sold to US private equity company Cerberus by a receiver for an undisclosed figur(...)

Greenstar entered receivership last August but has been sold to US private equity company Careberus, it has been announced.   Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Greenstar, the largest waste management company in Ireland, has been sold to US private equity company Careberus by a receiver. David Ca(...)