Thomas Howard, Listowel, Co Kerry appearing at a special sitting of Ennis District Court on Saturday morning in relation to the false imprisonment of three people at Sixmilebridge on Thursday

A farm labourer told a Garda “I’m guilty” when charged with three counts of false imprisonment in the grounds of a country house at Sixmilebridge last(...)

The website of Cerberus Capital Management, which states the private equity firm has some $25 billion (€22.5 billion) in assets under management.

Cerberus Capital Management, the US private equity firm that bought billions of euro worth of Nama loans last year, has said it did not make any impro(...)

According to Tom Moloney of Construction Information Services, there are solid reasons for believing the sector has turned a corner. Photograph: Alan Betson

A construction summit in Dublin on Tuesday will bring together some of the leading figures in the industry at a time of renewed optimism in the sector(...)

The Digital Hub is currently home to 89 digital enterprises, with some 650 full-time employees

Paul Holden has been reappointed as chairman of the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA) for a further two years. Mr Holden, who has served as chairm(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh received €386,777 in remuneration last year, down from €387,210 in 2013. While his salary rose by €501 to €366,001, his taxable benefits reduced by almost €1,000 to €20,776

The National Asset Management Agency spent €400,000 in 2014 on ‘gardening leave ’ costs associated with 17 departing staff, according to the agency’s (...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh said the agency had a very strong performance in 2014, posting an after-tax profit of €458 million. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency made an after-tax profit of €458 million in 2014, more than double the €214 million surplus of the previous year.(...)

Richard Burrows, who was Bank of Ireland chairman in 2008, outlined in  detail yesterday the events of September 29th. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The night of September 29th, 2008, will be forever be etched in the history of the Republic, with the then government issuing a systemic guarantee th(...)

The purchase of the luxury Savoy hotel group in London and the €1.166 billion purchase of the Jurys Inn budget hotel chain were among  high-profile deals put together by Derek  Quinlan (above) before the banking and property markets crashed in late 2008. File photograph: Alan Weller/Bloomberg

Derek Quinlan, one of Ireland’s most prolific property financiers in the boom years, has been called to give evidence before the Oireachtas Banking In(...)

Former AIB chairman Dermot Gleeson testifying at the banking inquiry

After four months of an unnecessarily elongated context phase, the Oireachtas banking inquiry finally got down to business this week with the appearan(...)

Former managing director of AIB , Donal Forde, at Leinster House for the hearing of the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne

Two of the most senior players in AIB at the time of the financial crash in 2008 went before the Oireachtas banking inquiry in the second day of the n(...)