Harry Crosbie: claims he is being “bullied” by Nama and has objected to a maximum of €5,000 in monthly living expenses, among other conditions. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Businessman Harry Crosbie lost up to €20 million investing in shares in Yahoo and AIB at the peak of the boom. Mr Crosbie’s failed investment t(...)

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre at Grand Canal Dock. Photograph: Alan Betson

The first thing to grasp about the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, the premium arts venue in Ireland that is now being offered for sale by Nama for just (...)

The then taoiseach Brian Cowen tours the Grand Canal Theatre with Harry Crosbie ahead of its opening in March 2010. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatrein the Dublin docklands, is to be offered for sale on the international market at over €20 million – a long way short of t(...)

The Government has sanctioned the designation of 66 hectares of riverside lands, previously under the control of the Dublin Dockland Authority, for the new planning zone. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A fast-track planning scheme which would allow buildings up to 88 metres or 22 storeys high in Dublin’s docklands has been approved by An Bord Pleanál(...)

Two fully glazed stand-alone restaurants on high-profile sites along the river Liffey campshires at North Wall Qu(...)

 Former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank Sean FitzPatrick, after being been acquitted on all charges. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

After 43 days of evidence, the moment Seán FitzPatrick had been waiting for came just after 5pm today: acquittal. Less than an hour later he wa(...)

MV Naomh Éanna, the CIÉ transport ship that serviced the Aran islands for years, is awaiting scrappage at Grand Canal  Docks in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Joyce’s Ulysses publisher Sylvia Beach and writers Brendan Behan and Breandán Ó hÉithir were among the many who travelled and reminisced about travell(...)

Public Accounts Committee vice-chairman Kieran O’Donnell said the accumulated loss to the taxpayer from development projects entered into by the DDDA, which included the CHQ development at Custom House Quay (above), was €185 million. Photograph: David Sleator

Records taken in advance of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority’s (DDDA) purchase of the Irish Glass Bottle site regarding its potential financ(...)

Dublin Docklands Development Authority Building on Sir John Rogersons Quay. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The Acting CEO of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA), Eileen Quinlivan is appearing before the Public Accounts  this morning to(...)

In July, the Federal Trade Commission warned that the takeover of Veralliato by Ardagh could result in US consumers paying higher prices for beers and spirits.

Packaging group Ardagh has to repay the $1.4 billion raised to pay for its proposed purchase of US rival Verallia having missed a deadline for appr(...)