Five-star Carlisle Bay Resort in Antigua

Nama has begun the process of finding a buyer for a loan book linked to part of the valuable property portfolio held by Pat Doherty’s Harcourt Develo(...)

Reflections of Positano 1 by Michael Flatley sold for €34,000

The last big Irish art auction of 2015 provided further confirmation of renewed confidence and increased market demand. Morgan O’ Driscoll Auctioneer(...)

‘Reflections of Positano 1’ by Michael Flatley

The unlikely artistic trio of Paul Henry, Jack B Yeats and Michael Flatley account for the top lots in the last big Dublin art auction of 2015. View(...)

Gary McGann, chairman of Paddy Power: ‘It’s people, the talent you left embedded, that’s what matters most.’ Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Gary McGann strolls around the president’s room at the RDS, pointing to familiar faces from decades-old photographs on the walls. “Ah, I know him t(...)

Gary McGann, former non-executive director of Anglo Irish Bank, arriving at the Banking Inquiry, September 3rd, 2015. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Although Gary McGann is highly respected within the business sphere for several fine achievements in a 47-year executive career, his five years as a d(...)

Listed packaging group Powerflute, which is chaired by Dermot Smurfit, has said its full-year performance is likely to be ahead of expectations. Photo: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Listed packaging group Powerflute, which is chaired by Dermot Smurfit, has said its full-year performance is likely to be ahead of expectations. In a (...)

In April 2012, the Central Bank suspended Marketspread’s licence for three weeks, citing concerns over audit and capital adequacy

Financial spread betting business, Shelbourne Markets, lost €911,000 in the year running up to its sale to London-based ETX Capital, the latest figur(...)

Game Account Network is still confident in the long-term prospects for real-money gaming in the years ahead.

Executives of gaming software firm Game Account Network (GAN) were not paid bonuses in 2014, as the company incurred losses of some £2.6 million for (...)

Gerry Delaney says the most important part of financial statements is the projected cash flow forecast.

For week three of the AIB Start-up Academy, the finalists received an introduction to finance and learned why managing finances and accounts are criti(...)

Smurfit Kappa chief executive Gary McGann: “I think we would have to consider it if we could get into the FTSE 100. There is no particular merit to us moving right now.”

The chief executive of Smurfit Kappa, Europe’s largest paper and packaging maker, has said the company would consider moving from Ireland to the UK i(...)