Mikhail Fridman, co-owner of Alfa-Bank and a partner in TNK-BP Holding, has eschewed sensitive sectors such as the media

Julian Horn-Smith is the common denominator between Denis O’Brien and Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman. For most of the last decade, the former Vodafo(...)

LetterOne Technology founder Mikhail Fridman, whom Forbes says is Russia’s second-richest man, with a $15 billion fortune. Photograph: Konstantin Zavrazhin/Getty Images

Denis O’Brien, the founder of Digicel, has reportedly been lined up to join the advisory board of a new fund, founded by a Russian oligarch, that plan(...)

Ronald Emmett  claimed he had been “practically set up” and was told there would be a minimum of €30,000 in the EBS Killiney branch that day.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

A judge has praised a garda for his bravery in chasing and arresting a robber he believed to be armed, while also praising the manager of the raided p(...)

The High Court case surrounding houses on  Grangegorman Road Lower has been adjourned for 24 hours. Photograph: Eric Luke 2:56

The High Court has adjourned for 24 hours an application by a receiver for an injunction preventing interference with him taking possession of a numbe(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he wants to see the Portlaoise hospital report published but added two organisations using public money should not be in “court situations”.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he wants to see the Portlaoise hospital report published but added two organisations using public money should not be in(...)

SiteServ chief executive Sean Corkery: “It was a good deal and the taxpayer came out the right side of it in my view”

The sale of Siteserv to a company owned by businessman Denis O’Brien in 2012 was a deal that was good for the taxpayer, the utility group’s chief exec(...)

 Brendan O’Brien of Siptu said: “This is an issue where, for too long, two agencies refused to address the issue. The relationship has been characterised by competition, inter services rivalries. Somebody has to intervene and say this is not good enough we need to put patients safety first.” Photograph: Alan Betson /The Irish Times

Members of the trade union Siptu working in the Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) are to ballot for industrial action in response to moves to transfer parts o(...)

Fire services personnel protest outside Government Buildings in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Firefighters may strike if the Government proceeds with a proposed reduction in crewing numbers, according to trade union officials.Speaking at a rall(...)

‘If you are discouraging people from calling 999 in the case of a genuine emergency, that is appalling policy that is inevitably geared towards putting human lives at risk,” said Conor Faughnan of AA Roadwatch. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Almost half of the €9.3 million owed to local authority fire services by Irish homes and businesses last year was not paid, figures reveal. Accordin(...)

A rally in support of the jailed protesters will be held in Dublin today, Friday, and is expected to draw thousands of people. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times 0:57

The jailing of five water protesters for defying a court order has been portrayed as a “political act” by a leading figure in the anti-water charge(...)