The sale of graham  Harris’s assets with borrowings repaid to Nama means he will be one of the largest single debtors to exit at par from the State agency to date

American hotel giant Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide is in advanced negotiations to acquire four apart-hotels in London from developer Graham Ha(...)

John Dennehy (left) chief executive of Zartis, which has  teamed up with Russian technology human resources veteran Artem Zurukin

Zartis. com, a recruitment software firm backed by Enterprise Ireland, AIB and Seán O’Sullivan’s SOSventures, has formed a joint venture to target the(...)

Including annual leave, privilege days, performance days and bank holidays, it is possible for employees of the Central Bank to take more than 40 days’ holidays a year. This is not out of line with many jobs in the public sector.

The Central Bank of Ireland has agreed a new performance management system with trade union Unite. The agreement means bonus payments will contin(...)

IBRC Assurance was restructured by management under its then chief executive Mike Aynsley. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The liquidator of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation has secured a preferred bidder to acquire the assurance arm of the former Anglo Irish Bank. The (...)

Independent News & Media is set to announce that it is planning to advertise for a new editor of the country’s biggest selling newspaper as its current editor Anne Harris nears the end of her three year contract.

Independent News & Media is set to announce that it is planning to advertise for a new editor of the country’s biggest selling newspaper as its cu(...)

Fab.com began as a gay social network before it pivoted into an e-commerce site selling everyday design products like tables, clocks and posters.

PCH, the technology supply chain business founded by Liam Casey, is in talks to acquire Fab, an online design product retailer for a reported $15 mill(...)

Meath-based property investor Willie Smyth who founded the Fitzwilliam Business Centre in 1995.

Four bids have been received for a portfolio of serviced business centres, development land and retail parks with a face value of €287 million that(...)

Ray Grehan, who went bankrupt in the UK on December 30th, 2011, with a total deficiency of £417 million (€523 million)

Ray Grehan, one of the highest-profile developers in the boom, has agreed to a bankruptcy restriction order in the UK for seven years after failing t(...)

University Hospital Galway: one of the Saolta group of hospitals, along with Mayo General Hospital, Sligo Regional Hospital, Roscommon Hospital and Letterkenny General Hospital. Photograph: Eric Luke

The HSE has directed its internal audit unit to review the circumstances of how a private company won a contract to install critical quality and safe(...)

Talks have been going on between Johnny Ronan and Nama over his personal and company debts since last March. Photograph: Collins

Developer Johnny Ronan is on the verge of buying out his loans of €300 million from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) with the financial bac(...)