Sean Quinn and his wife, Patricia, who, with her five adult children, is challenging  liability for  €2.34 billion in loans made by Anglo to various Quinn companies. They claim the loans  were for the unlawful purpose of propping up the bank’s share price. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation has asked a judge to direct that the Quinn family’s action aimed at avoiding liability for €2.34 bill(...)

Managing director Liam McCaffrey: said he expected jobs announcements and investment in the coming months. Photograph: Collins

More than 70 new jobs have been created since Quinn Industrial Holdings took control of the Construction Industry Supply (CIS) and Packaging businesse(...)

John McCartin and Seán Quinn. His reasoning is that if he was to be elected a TD, that role would not be compatible with his work dealing with the fallout from the Quinn Group collapse. Photograph: Lorraine Teevan

The decision of Leitrim councillor John McCartin not to seek a nomination for Fine Gael in the forthcoming general election is a welcome development i(...)

Councillor John McCartin and Seán Quinn: Mr McCartin is a director of QBRC Ltd, formerly Quinn Business Retention Company Ltd.

Leitrim Fine Gael councillor John McCartin, who played an important role in the return of a large element of the former Quinn Group in the Border area(...)

Imtech headquarters in Gouda, the Netherlands. Photograph: Bas Czerwinski/AFP/Getty Images

The private equity fund that backed the buyout of parts of the former Quinn Group last year is poised to swoop on the Irish arm of troubled Dutch eng(...)

The family of businessman Sean Quinn and State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) have agreed to mediation of their long running and bitte(...)

Hours after the sale of Clerys went through last Friday, the High Court appointed Kieran Wallace and Eamonn Richardson of KPMG as joint provisional li(...)

Independent TD Catherine Murphy. Ms Murphy sparked an incident earlier this week when, using Dáil privilege,  she said had received information that businessman Denis O’Brien was paying a rate of about 1.25 per cent on his massive loans from IBRC and that this rate represented a ‘subsidy’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The bruising encounter between the Oireachtas, parts of the media and billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien over the past three weeks has shifted the (...)

Aoife Quinn pictured leaving the Four Courts on Wednesday after winning a separate Court of Appeal court hearing Photograph: Courts Collins

Members of businessman Sean Quinn’s family have been refused permission by the High Court to make a crucial amendment to their case aimed at avoiding (...)

Aoife Quinn and the Quinn family’s legal team leave the Four Courts  after a Court of Appeal hearing. Photograph: Courts Collins

Businessman Seán Quinn’s family have been granted permission to amend their legal action to argue they never signed the final version of two of six(...)