Number 1, Harbourmaster Place, Dublin was originally bought for around €26 million.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Another of the original tax-driven office buildings in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre has been sold in an off-market deal. Business(...)

A BlackBerry  Classic smartphone: company results are out on Friday.    Photograph: Pau Barrena/Bloomberg
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The High Court was informed last week that the case had been settled and it was struck out by Mr Justice Raymond Fullam

EY, which was auditor to Worldspreads prior to its 2012 collapse, has settled a lawsuit brought against it by the KPMG administrators of the bust spr(...)

10 Harcourt Street: opposite KPMG

An opportunity to develop and link up a new office building with a Georgian house on Dublin’s Harcourt Street will arise shortly when CBRE offers th(...)

 Johnny Ronan: client of Paddy Spain.   Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / THE IRISH TIMES

Paddy Spain, who died last week, was a founder of commercial property agents Spain Courtney Doyle. He was predeceased last year by one of his partners(...)

KPMG’s Shaun Murphy: “We know Ireland is small and that we punch above our weight, but competition for attention is intense in a very crowded market.”

St Patrick’s week triggers an annual migration of Irish politicians around the globe, donning the shamrock, pressing the flesh and talking up Ireland.(...)

Catherine Murphy, Independent  TD for Kildare North.

Statement by Siteserv Holdings Limited in response to recent media reports Siteserv Holdings Limited is disappointed that Catherine Murphy T.D.(...)

Liquidator Kieran Wallace of KPMG will announce  a significant surplus has resulted from the liquidation, after funds are repaid to secured creditors. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The State and other unsecured creditors are set to get an interim payout from the liquidation of IBRC before the end of this year.The joint liquidator(...)

Vodafone is calling itself a “pioneer” in adopting this kind of global maternity benefits policy.

Vodafone has become one of the first multinational companies to offer new mothers equal minimum maternity leave across the globe, despite some countri(...)

Mark Redmond of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, and Laura Mahoney of the Royal Irish Academy with an Intel Quark chip on a Galileo board, designed in Ireland. It is an example of world-class research innovation conducted in Ireland as a result of US FDI

Nominations are now being sought for the inaugural US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards. Developed by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland and th(...)