Belfast developer Paddy McKillen: Victory in the Irish case would present grounds for claiming mistrial in the British case. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Property developer Paddy McKillen has succeeded in joining members of the Barclay family and related parties to a High Court case that he is taking ag(...)

H&M managing director Carlos Duarte in the company’s new outlet on College Green.

H&M, the Swedish fashion retailer that opened a new flagship store on College Green in Dublin on Friday, is seeking new locations for expansion in(...)

Talks have been going on between Johnny Ronan and Nama over his personal and company debts since last March. Photograph: Collins

Developer Johnny Ronan is on the verge of buying out his loans of €300 million from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) with the financial bac(...)

Developer Paddy McKillen: “This refinance marks the end of a very turbulent period that began when the banks became destabilised.” Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Developer Paddy McKillen and his business partner Padraig Drayne have completed the refinancing of £110 million (€140 million) of their borrowings fro(...)

Developer Paddy McKillen: London hotel company Coroin made profit of £7.78 million last year. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Developer Paddy McKillen’s upscale London hotel company Coroin made profits of £7.78 million (€9.8 million) last year, according to accounts filed (...)

Reduction in debt seen as a “major win for the Irish taxpayer”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Property investor Derek Quinlan has cut his debts by more than €3 billion through a series of asset sales over the past five years, the Sunday Indepen(...)

A windsurfer taking advantage of the high winds pictured in Malahide today. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Development Securities, the British listed fund which plans to invest up to £20 million (about €25 million) in equity into Irish property details, (...)

Dev Sec confirmed it was part of a consortium – including developer Johnny Ronan (above) – that has bought a development site on Burlington Road, in Dublin 4, for €40.5 million. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Development Securities plc, the British listed fund backing Johnny Ronan, plans to invest up £20 million (about €25 million) in equity into Irish pro(...)

Johnny Ronan has teamed up with Paddy McKillen and US and UK investment backers to develop a 1.7 acre site in Dublin 2. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien /The Irish Times

Contracts have been exchanged on the purchase of a €40.5 million 1.7-acre development site in Dublin by UK property developer Development Securitie(...)

Johnny Ronan: the developer has worked with  Paddy McKillen in the past

Property developers Paddy McKillen and Johnny Ronan have teamed up to re-enter Dublin’s office construction market backed by a multibillion America(...)