Cavan’s Eugene Keating locks horns with Kieran Duffy and Drew Wylie of Monaghan in the Ulster Championship two years. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Even allowing for the usual vagaries, the 1995 Ulster Championship was a spin-the-wheel job. Down came into it as All-Ireland champions and were finis(...)

Ulster Bank has hundreds of guarantees given by property investors and developers which it is trying to sell. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

  Property movement Property movement Lone Star, the largest single investor in Irish property since the crash, plans to further sell (...)

Drugs group Icon is forecasting revenue to be in the range of $1.6-1.675 bn for 2015, an increase of 7-11 per cent, and earnings to be in the range $3.45- $3.60, an increase of 20-25 per cent.

Dublin headquartered drugs group Icon grew its revenues by 12.5 per cent to $1.5 billion (€1.3 billion) in 2014, thanks to strong growth in the fou(...)

Icon headquarters at Leopardstown, Co Dublin. The medical outsourcing provider has posted a 14.1 per cent increase in third quarter revenue.

Medical outsourcing provider Icon has posted a 14.1 per cent increase in third quarter revenue.The company said net revenue for the three months to th(...)

Icon had turnover of $349.6 million (€252 million), up from $316.8 million in the same months last year.

Clinical trials group Icon has reported a 10 per cent rise in net revenue in the first quarter of this year.The company said it had turnover of $349.6(...)

Chief executive Ciarán Murray said the work and investment of the past few years had contributed to the group’s strong revenue growth over recent times, but this was expected to moderate in 2014.

Fourth quarter turnover at Icon, the Dublin-based, Nasdaq-listed provider of services to the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry, grew by 1(...)

“What was interesting was that all the young people said, ‘I sound like a junkie’, and all the older people said, ‘I sound really common’. And that’s because they never hear their own accents on TV,” says DCTV’s Ciaran Moore (right) with Barry Lennon. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

“What’s the password?” asks the Irish Times photographer of the man who’s knocking on the door.“DCTV is broke,” says the man and laughs. It’s Ciaran M(...)

The Dream Team: Martin O’Neill greets Roy Keane during their Premier League days in 2008.

What is the role of a number two? Well, that depends on the number one. I did it just the once, under Mick Lawlor at Home Farm for two years and six m(...)

Icon’s financial results for the third quarter, showing that net revenues grew 19 per cent year on year to $339.8 million

Icon, the Dublin-based, Nasdaq-listed provider of services to the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry, has been recording steady, upward growt(...)

Eimear Kenny (left), ICON’s HR vice-president, and Helen Brophy, director of executive education with the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School

Leading global contract research organisation ICON has teamed up with the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School to establish the ICON Bu(...)