Entering Áras Eibhear on Brennanstown Road in Carrickmines is reminiscent of how Alice in Wonderland might have felt after she drank the magic shrink(...)

Luas operator Transdev claims drivers are seeking pay rises of more than 50 per cent, which the company is not in a position to pay. Photograph: The Irish Times

Staff at the Luas light rail system in Dublin are to stage two 48-hour strikes next month as part of a dispute over pay. Trade union Siptu, which re(...)

Cerberus paid Nama €800m for Project Arrow, a portfolio of more than 1,900 loans secured on properties in Ireland, Britain and elsewhere, on which €6.25bn was outstanding

US company Cerberus has appointed receivers to a series of properties and companies whose debts it bought from the State and Ulster Bank in separate d(...)

People are allowed to claim tax relief owed from previous years but there is a four-year limit to back-claims.

Taxpayers have been urged not to throw money away as the deadline for claiming tax relief looms. Every year millions of euro in relief, to which Ir(...)

Chief Rabbi Dr Yaakov Pearlman and Ralph Jacob at the Kosher Corner with a loaf of Irish Pride, certified Kosher at Super Valu Churchtown, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

An independent accountant’s report shows that bakery Irish Pride, which is shortly due to be sold out of receivership, could have been saved through a(...)

Bank of Ireland: Davidson Kempner outbid Oaktree Capital Management for the so-called National Portfolio.

US investment group Davidson Kempner has won the race to acquire a portfolio of retail parks brought to market by Bank of Ireland. The bank is believ(...)

The Meadow on Stations Road in Newbridge, Co Kildare

Agent Kelly Walsh in Dublin is seeking in excess of €5 million for a 21-acre site with planning permission for 168 houses and 78 apartments at The Mea(...)

Nutgrove Retail Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14: currently bringing in rent of €4.1 million

Nutgrove Retail Park in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 is one of five retail parks in receivership to be offered for sale on the instructions of Bank of Irela(...)

The administrators of Quinn Insurance must provide additional details of their claim that the company’s financial statements “materially understated” the company’s liability for insurance claims and contributed to its “enormous losses”.

The joint administrators of Quinn Insurance Ltd (QIL), who are suing the firm’s former auditors Price WaterhouseCoopers for some € 800m, have been or(...)

The Project Steel portfolio, which came to the market last November seeking €13.5 million while producing a total rent roll of €2,321,769, included 24 predominantly warehouse units in Dublin, Galway, Mullingar, and Monaghan

Allsop Space has agreed the sale of most of its Project Steel portfolio of industrial buildings prior to auction today for €11 million.The portfolio, (...)