Joseph Sheehan pictured leaving the Four Courts. Photograph:  Courts Collins

A SHAREHOLDER in Dublin’s Blackrock Clinic is entitled to an order that the cost of redeeming a loan he had taken out to invest in the facility is €16(...)

While Yahoo has disclosed some details around the operation of the account, such as IP addresses used, the internet company has so far resisted disclosing the content of communications

Yahoo is fighting legal attempts by the special liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) to compel the internet giant to hand over emai(...)

Topaz has more than 2,000 employees and close to 35 per cent of the consumer market in Ireland

The sale of fuel chain Topaz to the Canadian retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard has been completed with Niall Anderton named as the Irish company’s new(...)

Inquiry team: chairman Ciarán Lynch (centre) with Mark McSharry TD, Senator Michael D’Arcy, Michael McGrath TD, John Paul Phelan TD, Kieran O’Donnell TD, Senator Susan O’Keeffe, Eoghan Murphy TD and Senator Sean Barrett. Photograph: Eric Luke

After 20 months of toil the Oireachtas banking inquiry published its final report this week, in three volumes. It followed public testimony from 131 (...)

Bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn, his wife Patricia and daughter Aiofe during a rally in support of Quinn and his family in Ballyconnell, Co Cavan. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

The family of businessman Sean Quinn have lost their appeal over being refused permission to make certain amendments to their action denying any liab(...)

Chairman Ciaran Lynch  (c) and members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry at the publication of the inquiry’s report at Leinster House, Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The State could have saved more than €9 billion by imposing losses on senior debt holders at the six Irish banks, the National Treasury Management Age(...)

Jean Claude-Trichet: former ECB president remarked a “bomb” would go off in Dublin if a haircut was imposed on senior bondholders. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Treasury Management Agency advised the Government in March 2011 that haircuts of €9.1 billion could have been imposed on senior bondhold(...)

Michael Fingleton, the former chief executive of Irish Nationwide Building Society, arrives at the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

I was going to start this column by saying that the week ahead would be dominated by the report of the banking inquiry. But it probably won’t be. Afte(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen had sought full access to 12 documents he believed would show the Department of Finance  was lobbied by interests linked to Sir David Barclay and Sir Frederick Barclay concerning acquisition of Mr McKillen’s “fully-performing” loans as part of a hostile takeover strategy concerning the London-based Maybourne hotel group.

Property investor Paddy McKillen has failed in a High Court appeal over the release of documents which he claimed would show the Department of Finance(...)

Michael Fingleton challenged the Central Bank’s decision to subject him to an inquiry. Photograph:  Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive Michael Fingleton must pay the costs of his failed legal bid to prevent the Central Bank cond(...)