Two apartments – Geneva, Switzerland
Nama says: bought for 4.65 million Swiss francs (€3.8 million) in July 2008; sold for 5.3(...)
‘Banks bust brains”, “wealth wrecks worlds” and “profits plunder planets” are among the whitewashed slogans emblazoned on hoarding around the c(...)
Sean Dunne is alone among the one-time super-wealthy Irish property developers in seeing his finances investigated by officers of two bankrupt(...)
Dublin saw a 17 per cent increase in residential property transactions last year compared with 2012, and the total value of those transactions (...)
The official managing the bankruptcy of Seán Dunne has asked a US court for permission to borrow $160,000 (€118,000) from the National Asset Managemen(...)
The highest-ranking court in the United States caused another stir this week when on Monday it put a halt to same-sex marriages in conservative Utah, (...)
In a recent reader poll in Time magazine on the most annoying phrases of 2013, the word that received the most votes was “twerk”. This verb denotes(...)
The financial crisis has certainly taken its toll on Irish business. Businesses have been lost. People have gone bust. Reputations have been damaged. (...)
Within the timeframe of the past 70 years, good journalism has never been so important. Events, conflicts, great uncertainty and a deluge of questi(...)
1 Which five companies were admitted to trading on the Irish Stock Exchange in 2013?
2 Which companies will Ervia oversee next year?
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