Dublin’s Blackrock Clinic: Larry Goodman is now its biggest shareholder.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Goodman increases stake in Blackrock Clinic: Larry Goodman has taken control of a further 8 per cent stake in Dublin’s Blackrock Clinic, makin(...)

The decision of the US court will be watched closely by other property developers who are considering taking against against Nama in the US rather than in Ireland.

A New York judge has dismissed a case being taken by developer John Flynn and related entities against the National Asset Management Agency and the(...)

 Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: said the Government hoped to reduce interest payments on Ireland’s national debt by up to €375 million a year. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Central Bank yesterday upgraded its growth projections for the economy to 2.5 per cent this year, suggesting recovery was stronger than previously(...)

Jim Mickle has directed two pretty good films with Cold in July. The first is a rural noir (decorated with a very satisfactory second-act twist) that (...)

In May 2012 Philip Marley met Dana Wilkey, a celebrity in America after she appeared on the reality TV show The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills, in London.
The battles of Philip Marley

On Saturday, April 13th, 2013, Philip Marley texted his former business partner Bill Nixon a single word: “Family.” The text from the north Dublin bus(...)

A ruling was due last night in the US bankruptcy application of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), which was objected to by developers John Fly(...)

The ongoing case in Delaware, in which developer John Flynn is trying to scupper IBRC’s application for bankruptcy protection for $1 billion of its US(...)

Rathnew’s Nicky Mernagh gets to grips with Baltinglass’s Jason Kennedy during the Wicklow senior football  final at Aughrim. Photograph: Garry O’Neill/Inpho

Rathnew 3-9 Baltinglass1-14A late surge by Rathnew that brought crucial goals by Leighton Glynn and James Stafford saw the men from the village snatch(...)

Outside the Delaware courthouse is a statue to a former Irish-American mayor of Wilmington. Inscribed on the monument are the words of WB Yeats.

The American state of Delaware is an unusual battleground for the latest skirmishes over the special liquidation of the former Anglo Irish Bank, now I(...)

The court was told last month that former Anglo chief executive David Drumm, who moved to the US after resigning from Anglo in 2008, is willing to testify on Mr Flynn’s behalf
 about the overcharging
.

Anglo Irish Bank and its successor Irish Bank Resolution Corporation overcharged customers by an estimated $1.6 billion (€1.2 billion) and continued t(...)