Some 250 jobs were saved at Mothercare Ireland after it exited examinership in late October

The economy may be in recovery mode but Irish companies are continuing to turn to examinership as they seek to deal with legacy issues such as unsusta(...)

Wind farms will be among the businesses in which the  Goodbody 2015 EIIS fund will be likely to invest, along with hotels, nursing homes and manufacturing facilities. Photograph: Carlos Jasso/Reuters

Meanwhile, away from the ranch, Goodbody stockbrokers has teamed up with with Hughes Blake accountants to launch a joint venture, EIIS Management, bas(...)

Mothercare Ireland, a franchise of Mothercare UK which has traded here for 23 years, entered examinership in July

Some 871 jobs were saved in SMEs through the examinership corporate recovery process in the first nine months of the year, according to new figures(...)

Among the companies to emerge from examinership this year was the sports retail chain Elverys

Close to 1,250 jobs were saved in SMEs through the examinership corporate recovery process this year, according to new figures.A study from chartered (...)

Close to 1,100 jobs have been saved since the beginning of the year by placing companies in examinership, the corporate rescue mechanism that allows t(...)

Bids from a subsidiary of Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp and Midland Web Printing Ltd, were made for Buzreel Ltd, in liquidation, at just before 4pm.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien, Ireland’s largest owner of private media assets, made a successful bid yesterday for the company that publishes Buy and Sell, in a proc(...)

 Accountant Alan Hynes: In the collapse of Tam, 80 investors, up to half of whom may have been clients of Mr Hynes’s accountancy practice, Hynes & Co, lost €18 million.

Liquidator Neil Hughes described as “difficult to follow” an explanation drafted by Wexford accountant Alan Hynes as to what happened to €3.1 million (...)

 Wexford accountant Alan Hynes told the tribunal he had neither “diverted nor misappropriated” any of the money.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The ongoing tribunal of inquiry into complaints against Wexford accountant Alan Hynes finished its eleventh day of evidence on Tuesday, and is to resu(...)

The Chief Justice, Mrs 
Justice Susan Denham, yesterday agreed to fix June 5th for a priority hearing of the appeal by Dermica Ltd.

An appeal over the planned sale of the troubled Buy and Sell magazine will be heard by the Supreme Court next month.The Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Sus(...)

Denis O’Brien, owner of Communicorp, of which Demirca Ltd is a subsidiary. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A High Court judge has approved a bid by Midland Web Printing Ltd for the troubled Buy and Sell magazine on conditions including that the sale is e(...)