The Spanish company disagreed with an adjudicator’s October decision and Sisk went to the High Court to enforce it

John Sisk & Son, the Dublin-headquartered building company, has been awarded judgment of more than £10 million (€12.9m) by the UK High Court again(...)

The money was paid to staff despite Government attempts to cut such extra payments in the public sector. Photograph: Thinkstock

ComReg, the communications regulator under fire from the telco industry over the time it is taking to deal with complaints regarding Eir, paid its st(...)

Petroceltic ran out of funds after it was unable to raise cash on the bond markets late last year. It has also been unable to raise fresh equity due to the blocking stake held by Worldview

Worldview Capital, an activist fund based in the Cayman Islands that owns a 29 per cent stake in Dublin-based exploration company Petroceltic Interna(...)

The scheme in the Doughill Forest area, near Strokestown was  conceived by Coillte and the tail end of the boom and it had obtained planning permission as the sole developer in 2012

Coillte and Bord na Móna have agreed a joint venture to build out a €90 million wind farm in Co Roscommon. The two semi-State companies are also unde(...)

Celtic Pure’s Padraig McEneaney: he said the business grew by 27 per cent last year, with sales of about €8.6 million. For 2016, it is targeting the €10 million sales barrier for the first time.

Celtic Pure, the Monaghan-based mineral water company, will later this year put into operation a plan to raise up to €5 million to finance an expansi(...)

Dublin heavyweight CRH was down 2.3% on the day

Global equities slipped yesterday, hit by weakness in the commodity sector, as concerns over the Chinese economy resurfaced after it allowed the yuan (...)

Michael Carvill, managing director of Kenmare Resources, said if it cannot raise the extra portion to pay down debt, it would seek a debt-for-equity swap. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Iluka Resources, the Australian company that walked away this week from a drawn-out bid to buy Irish miner Kenmare Resources, says it remains interes(...)

PrePayPower CEO Andrew Collins:  he said the company would record double-digit percentage growth in 2015. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

PrePayPower (PPP), the electricity company backed by investors including Ulric Kenny and Andrew Collins, almost doubled its revenue last year to €78.5(...)

Vodafone Ireland’s Ciaran Barrett, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney and Peter Collins, managing director of Carrigaline Court Hotel:  LightSpeed is being initially launched in Carrigaline. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Vodafone will today launch LightSpeed Broadband, its new high-speed fibre broadband offering delivered over its €450 million Siro fibre infr(...)

The developer will put in place infrastructure ahead of plans for an initial 1,400 apartments next year

Planning permission will be sought this week for the first stage of a €2 billion town centre development at Cherrywood in south Dublin that w(...)