St Edmund’s in west Dublin:  the units for sale  are producing a  rent roll of €2,435,000 and a yield of 7.5 per cent based on  the guide price

Almost half of a multi-family residential development on sale from today near Liffey Valley Shopping Centre in west Dublin is expected to be of intere(...)

AIB has arguably lagged behind other banks  – notably Ulster Bank, Lloyds/Bank of Scotland and Danske – in resolving its non-performing loans.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

AIB is believed to have hired accounting firm Grant Thornton as a consultant to advise on a wide range of issues relating to its large book of proble(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Gerald C Crotty, chairman of Mayo Renewable Power, at the announcement of the project last year.

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to the company building a biomass-fuelled power plant in Co Mayo. The plant located in (...)

Grant Thornton tax partner Peter Vale estimates that the interest costs on the Apple tax deal could come to a further €6 billion. (Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters)

Apple may ultimately be hit by a €19 billion bill in Ireland on foot of a landmark EU ruling that the US technology giant received selective tax treat(...)

Mayo Renewable Power ran into financial difficulty in recent weeks

The company behind a renewable energy project launched last year by Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been granted High Court protection from its creditors. T(...)

A proportion of BMD’s work involves replacing and upgrading parts of customers’ plant and equipment and the company draws most of it from Ireland and Britain. Library photograph: iStock

BMD & Company, the specialist mechanical engineering contractor bought out of the old Bowen Construction Group, had profits last year of €1 millio(...)

The Techrete site on the seafront in Howth, Co Dublin.

Development work on a high- profile apartment and housing scheme in Howth, Co Dublin, is finally to proceed this autumn following the granting of plan(...)

REI said underlying consumer confidence seems to be eroding

Retailers continued to experience difficult trading conditions during the second quarter with industry growth rates remaining flat, new figures show. (...)

The lands, on the other side of the M50 to the Ikea store in Ballymun, extend to  166.43 acres

Agent Knight Frank is quoting more than €10 million for one of the most significant warehouse and distribution land banks to come on the Dublin market(...)

Dunnes Stores’ refusal to release €15 million funds allegedly due under a settlement agreement is frustrating the ability to fund continuing works at the Point Village development in Dublin’s docklands, it has been claimed at the Commercial Court.

Dunnes Stores’ refusal to release €15 million funds allegedly due under a settlement agreement is frustrating the ability to fund continuing works at (...)