Fiona O’Carroll was appointed to the newly created position in August 2013 by former chief executive Vincent Crowley.

Independent News & Media’s managing director of digital, Fiona O’Carroll, is leaving the group, the company has confirmed.INM said Ms O’Carroll, w(...)

Former editor of The Irish Times Geraldine Kennedy arriving at Government Buildings  for a hearing of the banking inquiry. Photograph: Bryan Meade 2:26

Six current and former executives from The Irish Times, Independent News & Media and RTÉ went before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry yesterday. The(...)

Independent News & Media has sold its stake in APN. Photograph:  Bryan Meade

The new management at Independent News & Media (INM) will be in a sunny mood this morning, having disposed of its 18.6 per cent stake in Australia(...)

INM chief executive Robert Pitt: “Understanding the customer – the reader – is very, very important.” Photograph: Bryan Meade

The china in the Independent News & Media (INM) meeting room where management gave a briefing to journalists yesterday hailed from Waterford Wedgw(...)

Independent House on Talbot Street, Dublin, where INM has its headquarters. INM recorded an operating profit of €34 million in 2014. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Independent News & Media (INM) recorded an operating profit of €34 million in 2014, up 4 per cent on the previous year. The group’s revenue(...)

 Robert Pitt: new chief executive

Friday the 13th, which falls again tomorrow, is seen as unlucky by some – or so we have read on Independent.ie, which hasn’t been slow to publish arti(...)

A number of current and former media executives will appear before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry later this month as it continues its investigation i(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly has been gradually winding down his stake in INM since losing control of the business in 2012. Photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

Sir Anthony O’Reilly has reduced his shareholding in Independent News & Media (INM), a company he controlled for almost 40 years, to below 3 pe(...)

Independent House, on Talbot Street, Dublin. About one in eight editorial jobs will be lost at the company.

About 30 journalists employed by Independent News & Media have been informed that their jobs no longer exist as part of the company’s restructurin(...)

Independent News & Media chief executive Robert Pitt. Business plans are ‘eagerly anticipated’, says Davy Research.

Investors keen on buying media shares would have enjoyed a decent year on the stock market in 2014, with the FTSE Eurofirst 300 media index rising 10.(...)