A file image of bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne  (right)  with his attorney James Berman outside the Federal Court in New Haven.

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne is alleged to be involved in a $14 million construction project in the US, while a house he developed is on the(...)

DCC’s agm in Dublin last July. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

DCC, a quoted distribution services group, has brought in specialist food industry investment bank Stamford Partners to explore options for its food d(...)

It is the first time   Gayle Killilea has been obliged to face examination in relation to her husband’s hearing. Photograph: Collins Courts

Gayle Killilea, wife of developer Sean Dunne, has been instructed by a US court to attend the office of bankruptcy trustee Richard Coan to answer que(...)

Seán  Dunne filed for bankruptcy in the US in March 2013 owing $942 million (€690 million). He was declared bankrupt in Ireland four months later in unprecedented parallel bankruptcies.

A US bankruptcy official has accused property developer Seán Dunne of trying to send him on “a wild goose chase” to obtain information and documents i(...)

Walford on Shrewsbury Road

The mystery owner of Walford, the Shrewsbury Road mansion which is Ireland’s most expensive house, has been granted planning permissi(...)

Developer Seán Dunne

Bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne told creditors at a hearing in Connecticut last month that over his career he and his companies sold abo(...)

The area of lower Manhattan for where Mr Dunne’s building project is planned. Photograph: Google Maps

The son of bankrupt builder Sean Dunne would lose out on a profit of $2.8 million (€2.2 million) on a proposed development in New York based o(...)

Seán Dunne with his attorney, James Berman, before a meeting with creditors in New Haven Federal Court yesterday.

Bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne gifted his wife Gayle Killilea €58 million in cash to buy Ireland’s most expensive house, he told a US b(...)

Seán Dunne waits in a security check line before a meeting with creditors at Federal Court in New Haven, Connecticut, yesterday. Photograph: Steve Miller

Property developer Seán Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea had a prenuptial agreement drafted in 2004 that would give her assets if their marriag(...)

Sean Dunne admitted he was involved in negotiations to purchase this site at 74 Grand Street in New York from a company belonging to his wife, Gayle Killilea. 6:10

‘Banks bust brains”, “wealth wrecks worlds” and “profits plunder planets” are among the whitewashed slogans emblazoned on hoarding around the c(...)