The Long Stone Pub on Townsend Street, in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A dispute over a publican’s alleged unlawful occupation of the Long Stone pub in Dublin’s city centre could delay the planned sale and redevelopment o(...)

The Tyrrelstown land, to be offered for sale in one or two lots, is located close to the Carlton Hotel in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

Agents Knight Frank are to seek buyers for development sites in Tyrrelstown in Dublin 15 and Kilcock, Co Kildare. The Tyrrelstown land, to be offered(...)

Simon Coyle, former managing partner at Mazars: “You had people with no tradition in investment buying Bulgarian and Spanish properties or shopping centres as parts of syndicates in Germany.”

Irish banks, which have focused in recent years on restructuring troubled mortgages and businesses, have yet to properly tackle unsustainable debt acc(...)

Mark Kennedy, managing partner at mazars, who is calling for more investment in the regions and less focus on debt repayment.

Europe has already moved on from the Brexit debate and the focus now should be on a transition plan for those EU states likely to be worst affected, a(...)

Sean Quinn at his cement plant at Derrylin in 1991. Photograph: Jack McManus

The Sunday Business Post reports that former billionaire Sean Quinn has held talks with accounting firm Mazars about how to buy back his former indust(...)

Man says receiver threatened to remove and sell any items on his land unless he removed it within seven days. Photograph: iStock

A “vulnerable” farmer fears proposed actions by a receiver appointed by a “vulture fund” over his lands could his destroy his business, the High Court(...)

Marina Village Apartments

With autumn upon us one of the busiest property selling seasons of the year is about to kick off. The listing below indicates there’s plenty of activi(...)

Start-up Genomics Medicine Ireland (GMI) has a 15-year partnership with multinational pharma group Abbvie to map the genomes of 45,000 Irish people in(...)

Olivia Buckley of the Irish Tax Institute: “Employees in Ireland have some of the highest effective tax bills in the world at certain salary levels.” Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography
The tax disadvantage

Despite Ireland’s much-vaunted 12.5 per cent rate of corporation tax, there is mounting anecdotal and other harder evidence to suggest that Ireland’s (...)

Nama has paid out €115.4 million in receivers’ fees since 2011. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The National Assets Management Agency (Nama) has paid out €115.4 million in receivers’ fees since 2011, according to latest figures. The single larg(...)