Alan Walsh, CEO of One51

Ballet aficionado and chief executive of stock exchange-bound homebuilder Glenveagh Properties Justin Bickle has padded the company’s almost 400-page (...)

Alan Walsh, chief executive of One51. Photograph: David Meehan

One51, the rigid plastics manufacturer, said on Friday it has received an indicative and conditional €2.50-a-share offer from UK private equity firm C(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh. The firm said it plans to reorganise its structure and that of its North American plastics unit IPL. Photograph: The Irish Times

Plastics group One51 will have a market value of about €500 million on the basis of a deal it plans to carry out with two Canadian firms that own a mi(...)

Regency Hotel: crime-scene tape at the hotel in 2016; it is now the Bonnington. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

On February 5th, 2016, at least four gunmen burst into the Regency Hotel in Drumcondra in Dublin, where a weigh-in for a WBO lightweight boxing match (...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh. Photograph: Dave Meehan

One51, the Dublin-based rigid plastics manufacturer, said on Monday that its planned restructuring and flotation were the best way to “secure” value f(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh has spent his seven years in charge of the firm  unravelling its collection of disparate investments. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A Canadian public pension fund manager is poised to increase its stake in One51 to more than 33 per cent as the Irish rigid plastics manufacturer rest(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh: advancing IPO plans. Photograph: Dave Meehan.

One51, the former Irish investment group that has evolved into an international rigid plastics maker, said on Friday it is looking to restructuring th(...)

Jobbio founders John and Stephen Quinn. More than 6,000 companies are signed up to the platform. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Dublin-headquartered hiring marketplace Jobbio has raised an additional $10 million (€8.4 million) and announced plans to double its workforce locally(...)

The Sporting Emporium, Dermot Desmond’s Dublin-based casino, is still in the red, largely due to start-up costs incurred some 12 years ago.

The Sporting Emporium, Dermot Desmond’s Dublin-based casino, is still operating in the red, largely due to start-up costs incurred some 12 years ago. (...)

Dermot Desmond’s firm Daon has  provided services to the Irish Government for the public services card and passports.

Two tech firms – one owned by businessman Dermot Desmond – involved in the creation of a controversial biometric database in India, are providing serv(...)