Former Quinn Group chief executive Liam McCaffrey: “We are hopeful that if the deal goes ahead, ourselves, management and Endless will invest further in developing the company and creating new jobs.” Photograph: Collins

A consortium of former senior executives in the Quinn Group and a group of northwest businessmen have teamed up with Endless LLP, a UK private equi(...)

Some of the Quinn Group premises are on the farm where Séan Quinn grew up, land that the entrepreneur hasn’t been allowed walk on since April 2011. Photograph: Alan Betson

It was a case of the Quinn Group is dead, long live the Quinn Group yesterday with the announcement that a team made up of former management and local(...)

Former Quinn Group CEO Liam McCaffrey is leading a consortium of eight former senior executives of the group, including former group development director Kevin Lunney, former group finance director Dara O’Reilly, and former radiator division chief executive Denis Doogan, to acquire the group’s  packaging and construction industry supplies (CIS) divisions for an undisclosed sum. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/THE IRISH TIMES

A consortium of former senior executives in the Quinn Group and a group of Northwest businessmen have teamed up with Endless LLP, a UK private equity (...)

Peter Mathews:  posited the view that it was time we heard from the executives who led the banking sector to the point of collapse in late 2008.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

No conference on financial matters would be complete without a long-winded statement, ahem, question from Peter Mathews, the Independent TD for Dublin(...)

Former billionaire Sean Quinn. Photograph: Collins

A hearing to decide if members of bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn’s family have adequately explained 67 transactions involving movement of substantia(...)

A hearing in relation to transactions involving the Quinn family has been adjourned. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

A hearing to decide whether members of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn’s family have adequately explained 67 transactions involving movement of substa(...)

Seán Quinn: His family has filed a legal action seeking compensation from the State.  Photograph: Collins

The family of former billionaire Seán Quinn has filed a legal action seeking €4.5 billion from the State to compensate it for the loss of its busin(...)

Developer Bernard McNamara: reported to be in the running to redevelop Canada House in Dublin on behalf of its owner, Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Collins

McNamara back in the game The Sunday Times reports that Bernard McNamara, the developer who ran up debts of €2.7 billion at the height of the boom bef(...)

The IBRC wind-up is the largest insolvency in Irish corporate history. About €21.7 billion of loan assets were brought to market in six separate sale processes late last year and early this year. Photograph: Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images

Like a bad smell, it was once feared that IBRC/Anglo would hang around, at least until its long-term wind-down target date of 2020. A slow, orderly di(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly made orders under which various members of Seán Quinn’s family are to provide sworn affidavits outlining their explanations for 63 transactions. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Explanations from members of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn’s family concerning transactions involving movement of substantial sums between national (...)