Mount Wolseley hotel resort in Carlow

The owners of the troubled Mount Wolseley hotel resort in Carlow are unhappy that their refinancing proposal has been rejected in favour of another in(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly: Failed in effort to obtain stay on €45m judgment against him

The sun yesterday streamed in through the glass ceiling of Court Number 1, but for Sir Anthony O’Reilly, dark clouds were already starting to gather.(...)

Bids from a subsidiary of Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp and Midland Web Printing Ltd, were made for Buzreel Ltd, in liquidation, at just before 4pm.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien, Ireland’s largest owner of private media assets, made a successful bid yesterday for the company that publishes Buy and Sell, in a proc(...)

In a statement, Siac said “until this matter is resolved the company continues to trade normally with extended court protection”.

Building group Siac has said it intends to continue trading normally pending the outcome of a last-minute appeal that threatens to overturn a H(...)

A last-minute challenge to court approval for a survival scheme for key companies in construction giant SIAC has placed the companies and the jobs of 219 employees “in peril”, the Supreme Court was told today.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

A last-minute challenge to court approval for a survival scheme for key companies in construction giant SIAC has placed the companies and the j(...)

The Central Bank has secured orders permitting the public release of some of the material used to support its application leading to Newbridge Credit Union being subsumed into Permanent TSB for €54 million.

The Central Bank has secured orders permitting the public release of some, but not all, of the material used to support its application leading to New(...)

Nama took over the loans allegedly made to the men by Bank of Ireland. The agency and appointed receivers over certain properties provided as security. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Asset Management Agency is seeking €33 million summary judgment against two Dublin businessmen arising from various property loans.The pr(...)

The High Court has appointed a interim examiner to the well-known fashion retailer A-Wear. The chain, which employs more than 350 people and operates (...)

Mr Justice Peter Charleton: seeking to have his ruling set aside simply because he did his family banking with Bank of Ireland was “frankly absurd”

A High Court judge yesterday rejected claims he was biased when considering Bank of Ireland’s application to have solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his ps(...)

A Homebase store in Dublin. The DIY chain employs 558 people in 15 stores here, of whom 114 are full time. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The High Court has confirmed an examiner for DIY chain Homebase, which now has until September to prepare a survival scheme. Homebase House & Gard(...)