Dr Paul Gough, founder of Nualtra: the Limerick-based company is growing strongly in Ireland and Britain and targeting €20 million in annual sales by 2020

When dietician Paul Gough went to his father-in-law, the chief executive of Actavo (formerly Siteserv), Seán Corkery in 2012 for help with funding a n(...)

 The row between Nualtra and Aymes  sides has its roots in a claim by Aymes, and the previous owner of its trademark Nutrimedical, that Nualtra’s Nutriplen products violates trademarks for its Nutriplete.

Nualtra, an Irish health supplements company backed by Digicel directors Leslie Buckley and Seán Corkery, has told the High Court that its rival in a(...)

Actavo, the Denis O’Brien-owned engineering services company previously known as Siteserv, is expanding into the US.

Actavo, the Denis O’Brien-owned engineering services company previously known as Siteserv, says it is on course to break €500 million in sales this ye(...)

Topaz recently got  clearance to buy Esso for €75 million. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Topaz, which has been sold to Canadian company Couche-Tard, came under the control of businessman Denis O’Brien in December 2013, when he bought loans(...)

Siteserv, which is to be rebranded, was sold to Denis O’Brien by IBRC. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Mortgage transfer Specialist loan-servicing firm Certus will cease trading next year with the loss of about 320 jobs, according to the Sunday Times. T(...)

Denis O’Brien: there is speculation that Digicel may be preparing to sell the vestiges of its business in the emerging economy of Myanmar, or Burma if you have an old-school colonial bent.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

It may seem to regular readers that we are obsessed by Denis O’Brien’s Caribbean telco Digicel around these parts, given the frequency with which we c(...)

Siteserv chief executive Sean Corkery: Politicians were asking the public to connect disparate issues concerning the Siteserv sale, Irish Water contracts and Mr O’Brien’s finances. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Siteserv has written to Ceann Comhairle Seán Barrett asking for the record of the Dáil to be amended regarding statements made under parliamentary pri(...)

Reds v Blues: Chelsea play Manchester United in the Premier League recently. Blue-coloured brands are thought to portray dependability and strength, while red brands convey exuberance and excitement. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

It looks to be a case of the blues versus the reds across the Caribbean telecommunications sector, where Denis O’Brien’s Digicel is facing a new chall(...)

Parish priest of Mourneabbey Fr Joe O’Keeffe said the purpose of the Mass was to pray for the safe return of Karen Buckley at this anxious time for the whole community.

Parishioners in Mourneabby began arriving for a vigil mass for missing student Karen Buckley as a 21-year-old man was detained in Glasgow.Friends, rel(...)

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(...)