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.(...)

The closure of ‘Metro Herald’ will result in the loss of 13 jobs.

Dublin newspaper Metro Herald will cease publishing this week. Friday’s edition of the freesheet will be its last, according to the joint venture comp(...)

Independent News & Media is set to announce that it is planning to advertise for a new editor of the country’s biggest selling newspaper as its current editor Anne Harris nears the end of her three year contract.

Independent News & Media is set to announce that it is planning to advertise for a new editor of the country’s biggest selling newspaper as its cu(...)

Independent News & Media’s first interim management statement since ex-Tesco executive Robert Pitt took up the chief executive reins contained som(...)

BuyandSell.ie chief executive Nóirín Ní Laocha said the letter to Communicorp staff was part of a wider move by the company to tell “everyone and anyone we know” about the relaunch.

Staff at Denis O’Brien’s Irish media group Communicorp have been encouraged by their bosses to sell their “unwanted stuff” and “earn some extra money (...)

Denis O’Brien: “In Ireland there might eventually be only one or two newspapers.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Like unhappy families, no two media moguls are alike. Rupert Murdoch, Gina Rinehart, Charles Foster Kane. all completely different. At least one of(...)

 Sir Anthony O’Reilly: his finances may have gone into the darkness, but his remarkable life remains a subject of fascination. File photograph: Frank Miller

The unexpected downfall of Tony O’Reilly was all over the papers. It was January 1963 and for the first and only time in his life, O’Reilly had been d(...)

Leslie Buckley, chairman INN, voting at Independent News and Media AGM earlier this year. Photograph: David Sleator

Independent News & Media will seek to implement more cuts over the next 18 months as it seeks an appropriate cost structure for the transition tow(...)