75 Merrion Square: the refurbished building with 5,494sq ft is on the market with Murphy Mulhall for more than €2.5 million which equates to €4,898 per sq m/€455 per sq ft

The Georgian office market has bounced back strongly over the past two years and, given that the prime Dublin 2 Grade A office vacancy rate now stands(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly (right) with his son Gavin O’Reilly, pictured in 2008. Photograph: Alan Betson.

A meeting of creditors of Sir Anthony O’Reilly to see if a formal deal can be reached on the sale of his assets and the division of the proceeds is l(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly, the businessman often said to be Ireland’s first billionaire, is  applying for bankruptcy in the Bahamas today. Photo: PA

Sir Anthony O’Reilly has been declared bankupt in a court hearing in the Bahamas and is now to be allowed file for an insolvency arrangement, the Supr(...)

The west Cork holiday home of former billionaire Sir Anthony O’Reilly has sold for about €1.5 million, 18 months after it came on the market for €2(...)

64 Fitzwilliam Square: ornate plasterwork, colourful murals, marble pillars and fireplaces and a mass of gold leaf decorations

Dublin’s most flamboyant corporate headquarters goes for sale today at over €4 million. The redbrick Georgian house at 64 Fitzwilliam Square is no dif(...)

 Gavin O’Reilly, chairman of Red Flag. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Red Flag, which specialises in strategic communications and has offices in Dublin, Brussels and London, has several connections to Independent News an(...)

Denis O’Brien: Called off the initial public offering  at the 11th hour after investors declined to meet his valuation of the business. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

As Denis O’Brien tells it, he woke up yesterday morning feeling “very happy” at his decision on Tuesday night to pull Digicel’s planned $2 billion (€1(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly and his wife Chryss. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

BUSINESSMAN Sir Anthony O’Reilly has failed to overturn a High Court order requiring him to provide additional information to AIB Bank about his asset(...)

The goal of the second annual Irish Run the World event is to raise another $100,000 for Irish charities.

Everyone knows about St Patrick’s Day, or “St Patrick’s month” as it’s known in the US. But what about the other 11 months of the year? Is there room (...)

James Stafford:  took over his family’s coal-importing business, transforming it into a major player in the coal market. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The businessman and art collector James Stafford, who has died aged 70, was a leading figure in the Irish business world in the 1970s and 1980s, who l(...)