The ABP Group, one of Europe’s largest beef processing businesses, is headquartered in Ardee, Co Louth, and has operating plants in Ireland, the UK, Poland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria and Spain

Silverbirch Investments SA, a Luxembourg company associated with Larry Goodman’s ABP group, increased its size to €262 million, from €159 million, du(...)

Larry Goodman: said the group pays substantial millions in corporation taxes on the profits earned and is tax compliant in all jurisdictions in which it operates.

The Revenue Commissioners are reviewing the international corporate structures used by Larry Goodman’s ABP Food Group and other businesses, in the lig(...)

Larry Goodman: his business empire involves myriad companies, many of which are unlimited and do not publish accounts, in Ireland, the UK, Jersey, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Often ownership goes from Co Louth to the UK to Jersey and back to Co Louth.  Photograph: Alan Betson

On August 23rd, 2013, three people assembled in Luxembourg before Maitre Joseph Elvinger to make yet another change in the international structures th(...)

RTÉ’s Bryan Dobson, the Reputations Agency’s Catherine Walsh, the Business Journalists’ Association of Ireland’s Sarah McCabe and Dublin Simon Community’s Mary Murray launching the 15th annual quiz, in aid of Dublin Simon Community. Photograph: conor healy

What is the highest possible break in snooker? (No, it’s not 147.) What is, when calculated via its share price, the most valuable company on the I(...)

Larry Goodman. Luxembourg company Parlesse Investments Sarl has shares in, and loans out to, a range of Mr Goodman’s businesses. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

A Larry Goodman company based in Luxembourg made a profit of €52.6 million in 2013 and paid just 0.4 per cent tax, according to accounts in the tiny E(...)

Computer generated image of the LXV block: Because of strong interest in the building the capital value of the property will be boosted by at least €12m

A landmark office development funded by billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien is to set a benchmark for rents in Dublin.Leading aircraft leasing compa(...)

Bank of Ireland, Baggot Street: Was bought in 2006 by a consortium led by Derek Quinlan, Paddy Shovlin and hotelier brothers Anthony and Patrick Fitzpatrick for €212m

The redevelopment of the former Bank of Ireland headquarters on Baggot Street has been given the go-ahead by An Bord Pleanála. The building is one of (...)

Simon Coveney said the Irish beef industry is already very engaged on the ground in China Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney says China is likely to be a bigger market for Irish beef exports than the US.He also expects beef producers h(...)

Minister Coveney is joined at the official launch of Irish beef on the US market by two-star Michelin chef, Paris-based Jean Paul Jeunet, and Dublin-born Cathal Armstrong

Irish beef exports to the US are unlikely to hit targets set by Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney until the licence is extended to include mince(...)

Paul Murphy:  accused by Simon Coveney  of “trying to infer something I do not think is relevant or exists”.

Ireland produces the highest- quality beef on the planet, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney has said as he was questioned about Larry Goodman’s (...)