Celbridge Playzone’s debts to the Revenue Commissioners were paid in full while preferential creditors received 10 cent in the euro and unsecured creditors got five cent. Photograph: Joe St Leger

Celbridge Playzone, a Kildare-based children’s play centre, has become the first Irish company to exit examinership through the Circuit Court.In Naas (...)

Independent TD Stephen Donnelly will submit a bill to the Oireachtas tomorrow aimed at cutting the average cost of examinership from more than €70,000 to €20,000

Independent TD Stephen Donnelly will submit a bill to the Oireachtas tomorrow aimed at cutting the average cost of examinership from more than €70,000(...)

Neil Hughes, of Hughes Blake financial consultants, negotiated a deal with creditors at Trifik Industrial Services Ltd, which had been threatened with closure.

At least 13 jobs associated with Co Kildare-based Trifik Industrial Services Ltd have been saved, the High Court was told yesterday.Mr Justice Gerard (...)

Mr Justice Paul McDermott:  removed the protection of the courts from the company.

The High Court has ordered the winding up of Eventelephant, a software firm which creates web pages to advertise and sell tickets for events.The cour(...)