Aerogen chief executive John Power

Aerogen, the Galway-based medical technology and drug delivery company headed by John Power, saw turnover rise by 15 per cent last year. Accounts fil(...)

Director general of the HSE Tony O’Brien had told the PAC that St Vincent’s Private Hospital had “a parasitic dependence on the adjacent State-funded public hospital”. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Forensic auditors commissioned by the HSE to review financial arrangements within the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group in Dublin have made no adverse fi(...)

Protest: tenants  take part in a march  organised by Tyrrelstown Tenants Action Group. Photograph: Eric Luke

One of the companies at the centre of the evictions row in Tyrrelstown is part of a group of firms used by private equity funds to hold assets and tak(...)

BT, which operates on an all-island basis, said core revenue in its business division in the Republic was up over the year under review while ICT-related turnover declined slightly

Pre-tax profits at the Irish arm of BT Ireland rose 42 per cent to €44.1 million from €31 million a year earlier, new accounts filed at the Companies (...)

NTR chief executive  Rosheen McGuckian and chairman Tom Roche at the company’s EGM in Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

NTR shareholders have backed plans to spin out the company’s European wind energy business. The split, which is subject to High Court approval, will (...)

Pierse Contracting, which is in liquidation, held half the shares in Mall Developments. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A joint venture involving developer Eamon Duignan and the now defunct Pierse Contracting ended last year almost €30 million in the red, according t(...)

U2 drummer Larry Mullen and his partner Ann Acheson have sued their former accountants claiming they have suffered significant loss of more than €11m due to alleged unsuitable investment advice.  File photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

U2 drummer Larry Mullen and his partner have sued their former accountants claiming they have suffered significant loss of more than €11 million due t(...)

Ms Justice Iseult O’Malley restrained Tuskar from selling properties

A Wexford family consisting of two brothers and their father, and a company, Tuskar Property Holdings Limited, were restrained by the High Court yest(...)

Glohealth chief executive Jim Dowdall said the insurer’s  strong performance confirmed that consumers were seeking better value and better cover. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Glohealth, the Republic’s newest health insurer, ended last year with almost €6 million in assets, figures to be released shortly by the company will (...)

Celestial Green Ventures  is involved in the development of carbon credits from projects in the Amazon basin. Photograph: Getty Images

Celestial Green Ventures plc, a Dublin-based company that was listed for a time on an exchange in Germany, made a pretax loss of €864,617 in the 13 mo(...)