Willie Mullins:  “That looked very good to me. I’d imagine he will improve a good bit.” Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Ascot got Faugheen on Saturday: 24 hours later Navan got Vautour: Thurles on Thursday can look forward to getting Un De Sceaux and Willie Mullins’s (...)

Willie Mullins: “This race will tell us a lot, and I’m not looking beyond that at the moment.” Photo:  Lorraine O’Sullivan

There may be no Grade One championship at stake but Willie Mullins still faces a particularly pressurised weekend as two of the best young prospects (...)

The ground floor is let to Redcoral Catering Ltd, trading as Insomina, at a rent of €105,000 per annum

Kenneth Rouse of BNP Paribas Real Estate is guiding €2.5 million for a mixed use investment at 8 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, which is curren(...)

Broadcaster Gabby Logan: Perform board membership. Photograph: Tim Whitby/Getty Images

Online sportscaster Perform yesterday told shareholders to reject an €875 million offer by Len Blavatnik’s Access Group – owner of Warner Music – to t(...)

Douglas shopping centre in Cork: in receivership since July 2012

Six more Irish shopping centres are to be offered for sale in a single lot by Lloyds Banking in a further move to recover some of the development loa(...)

It’s less than a month to go to the announcement of this year’s Mercury Music Prize shortlist, and Ladbrokes are first out of the traps with odds as t(...)

Ladbrokes’s Irish business was impacted by unfavourable football results in the first half of the year, and this was compounded by a high percentage of winning favourites at major racing festivals.

Despite a boost from the World Cup, net revenues fell by 10.6 per cent to £37 million (€46.4m) at Ladbrokes’s Irish operations in the first six months(...)

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TODAY Results: Acer; American Apparel; Nuance Communications. Indicators: Japanese consumer confidence index (July). Other: Bank of Ja(...)

A section of the crowd at Ballybrit Galway races. Numbers at the annual event were up by 13 per cent on 2013, but while gamblers may be back sipping champagne, they’re still betting cautiously. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Celebrating his long-shot victory at Galway Races, local lawyer Joseph O’Hara headed to the champagne tent to spend some of his €1,000 winnings.During(...)

Gerry McIlroy’s successful  lucrative bet on his son’s British Open success inspired Vinny Fitzpatrick to wager on his son’s future sporting successes. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/RPA

Watching the Tour de France survivors snake their way through the Pyrenees, it struck Vinny Fitzpatrick he would get juicy odds on Oisín, his brawny b(...)