Nama claims Mr Crosbie failed to disclose substantial assets to the agency and paid his wife €1.4 million just prior to it taking over his loans in 2010

Businessman Harry Crosbie has accused the National Assets Management Agency (Nama) of trying to “bully” and “bulldoze” him and will ask the courts nex(...)

Nama yesterday claimed in the Commercial Court that businessman Harry Crosbie   had misappropriated funds from his companies which should have gone to Nama, and given cash gifts to his children. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

The National Asset Management Agency has claimed Dublin businessman Harry Crosbie failed to disclose substantial assets to the agency and paid his wif(...)

The Elan Corporation plant in Athlone, Co Westmeath. Photograph: John Cogill/Bloomberg News

The Commercial Court has approved the €6.27 billion acquisition of the Elan pharmaceutical group by US firm Perrigo. Mr Justice Peter Kelly made the r(...)

More than 100 members of Element Six’s  defined
 
-benefit plan are suing the fund’s trustees for breach of duty. Photograph: Reuters

Multinational Element Six “siphoned off” more than €165 million in assets in the months before it told workers it could no longer contribute to their (...)

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange contends they may not

The Irish Stock Exchange has asked the Commercial Court to rule whether or not decisions made by it may be judicially reviewed. The exchange co(...)