Felix McKenna, Urbeo Residential’s new chief executive. He was previously a member of the Nama executive team, and is a former director of property services at Eircom

Former Nama executive Felix McKenna has been appointed as chief executive of Urbeo Residential, a new fund established to invest in long-term rental a(...)

Calculating the financial fallout from the investment in what once was Telecom Éireann is a tricky business. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

I know you have dealt with the issue of Eircom shares on several occasions but the recent news about the company possibly being sold yet again reminde(...)

Some 30 staff will start initially at HCL Technologies’ call centre in Limerick. Photograph: iStock.

A global Indian technology firm with a €6 billion annual turnover, is to create up to 100 jobs at its new call centre in Limerick. HCL Technologies (...)

Pierse McBride, of Middletown, Derrybeg, Co Donegal, took an action on behalf of his family over the death of his father in 2007. Photograph: Collins Courts

A family has secured a €147,000 settlement over their father’s death hours after his daughter’s wedding as a result of falling into an excavated hole (...)

Bottom-fishers may be best waiting until the end of July, when Snap’s post-IPO lock-up period expires. Photograph: Lucas Jackson

Things continue to get worse for Snap shareholders, with shares in the photo-sharing company last week falling below March’s $17 IPO price for the fir(...)

Under EU regulations, eir must provide reasonable access to other providers which request use of access products, services, features, or additional associated facilities in the markets which enable those provider to offer equivalents in the retail market to products offered by eir.

Telecoms watchdog Comreg is seeking to impose multi-million euro penalties on Eir over alleged failure to comply with its obligation to allow access t(...)

Jack and Declan O’Connor of BHSL: “we have developed a unique and patented system to convert poultry manure into energy for use on the  farm”

BHSL was born out of necessity. Jack O’Connor had a 25,000-bird poultry shed on the family farm and was told by Limerick Country Council in 1998 that (...)

It’s  important to step back from instinct and take a cold look at the case for investing. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Will AIB shares be at lower prices than at present when floated on the open market? Would you advise to buy then? Mr S.B., email There’s nothing lik(...)

The Government has already received €6.6 billion from AIB, all of which has been used to repay the national debt. The next tranche of capital from the bank should be used to invest in infrastructure.   Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Government is trying to shut down the debate over what should be done with the proceeds of selling AIB. It blames the EU’s Stability and Growth Pa(...)

Share prices can go up and down and anyone considering buying AIB shares in the offering should first take some advice from a investment professional. But here are a few things that are worth considering.

The near €3 billion AIB share sale is set to be the biggest in Europe this year and the largest stock market flotation of a State asset since Eircom i(...)