No 2 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin, is the seventh office investment in the area to have changed hands this year. Photograph: Eric Luke

Another of the original office blocks in Dublin’s IFSC has been sold in an off-market transaction. Ardstone Capital, the private investment manager, (...)

 Aoife Quinn: formerly owned  the Holiday Inn Hotel in Nottingham, control of which was seized by Anglo Irish Bnk in 2011.  Collins Courts

Family members of businessman Seán Quinn have been told that the former Anglo Irish Bank has been unable to locate 135 original documents, including (...)

Aoife Quinn, in an affidavit on behalf of her mother and siblings, said her  family “cannot be expected to have any confidence” in the discovery process undertaken by IBRC”. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Family members of bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn say they have no confidence in a disclosure of documents process by Irish Bank Resolution Corporatio(...)

Richie Boucher: interviewed for NYT pullout

Speaking of US-Irish relations, the denizens of New York were treated, if that’s the word, to a celebration of our State’s economic exploits last week(...)

Peter Coonan playing David Drumm in TV3’s ‘The Guarantee’

In a world of coincidences, here’s a delicious one.Peter Coonan, the ‘Fran’ actor from Love/Hate, is playing former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive D(...)

 The Department of Foreign Affairs: organised training and briefing programme. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A group of government officials, leading Communist Party cadres and executives from state-owned enterprises from Shanghai, Suzhou, Nanjing and Beijing(...)

The Central Bank paid out €20.5 million last year for work related to the banking crisis. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank of Ireland paid out almost €53 million in fees between 2008 and 2013 to seven legal and accounting firms for work related to the b(...)

Seán Quinn: His family has filed a legal action seeking compensation from the State.  Photograph: Collins

The family of former billionaire Seán Quinn has filed a legal action seeking €4.5 billion from the State to compensate it for the loss of its busin(...)

Developer Harry Crosbie, whose companies owe Nama about €430 million, is to ask the High Court to prevent Nama from pursuing him further over his debts, to remove Grant Thornton as receivers to the theatre, and “compensate Mr Crosbie for leaks made by Nama of personal information regarding his financial affairs”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Harry Crosbie, the Dublin docklands developer who built Point Village and the Grand Canal Theatre, has launched a lawsuit against the National Asset M(...)

Glass ceiling: companies with one or more women on the board have delivered higher average returns on equity and better average growth

The US Federal Glass Ceiling Commission defined a “glass ceiling” as a political term to describe the unseen, yet unbreachable barrier, that keeps min(...)