Ken Fennell of Deloitte: the privately owned Boylesports has approached Mr Fennell and is in talks with him regarding an alternative plan

(...), they normally have the examiner’s support from the outset. Solicitor Barry Lyons of law firm Lyons(...)

The High Court heard that Irish law only permits third-party funding of a court case where there is some form of connection between the litigant and whoever is putting up the money

  Persona and Sigma Wireless should reveal details of a deal with a third party to fund their case against the State and Denis O’Brien, th(...)

IAG chief executive Willie Walsh

International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) is still keen to buy Aer Lingus despite the Government’s delay in deciding whether or not to sell the(...)

Ormonde chairman Mike Donoghue  welcomed the result. “We can now move forward with a comprehensive funding package into the development of Barruecopardo as an important tungsten mining operation,” he said.

US fund Oaktree Capital is poised to take a majority stake in Ormonde’s Spanish tungsten mine after shareholders in the Irish-listed company voted ove(...)

The Cabinet is likely to wait until after Friday’s referendums and the Carlow- Kilkenny byelection before deciding on a sale of the State’s Aer Lingus shares but sources say  it could take several weeks before the Government makes its views known. Photograph: Alan Betson

A Government decision on the sale of the State’s 25.1 per cent stake in Aer Lingus to International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) will have to wai(...)

Cityjet said on Monday that it is cutting the two services from June 30th after Cardiff Airport’s authorities decided to support another airline to fly the routes in direct competition with the Dublin-based carrier.

Cityjet is axing its services from Cardiff to both Edinburgh and Paris after the Welsh airport backed a rival to the Irish airline on the two routes.C(...)

PwC tax partner  Ronan Mac Nioclais has suggested local authorities have granted fewer planning permissions so far in 2015 than during third quarter of 2014

Shortages of finance and skills are threatening the building industry’s revival, according to a new study.The PwC construction industry survey says 9(...)

 Commission chairwoman Isolde Goggin: searches are part of an ongoing investigation that is expected to take some time. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A competition investigation launched last week with a raid on the offices of CRH subsidiary Irish Cement is looking for evidence it is abusing a domi(...)

Galway-based Ward & Burke has operations in the Republic, Canada and Britain and specialises in sanitary and water services, for which it designs and builds treatment plants, tunnelling and pipelines. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Growth in its Canadian and British businesses helped boost turnover and profits at Irish civil engineering group Ward & Burke last year, figures (...)

Deloitte’s Ken Fennell was appointed examiner by the High Court for the Ladbrokes restructuring.

A number of Ladbrokes’ landlords say they will join forces to get better terms from the bookmaker, which wants to surrender about one-third of its (...)