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The biggest deal of the year involved the Square Town Centre in Tallaght, Co Dublin, which was sold for €250 million to Oaktree Capital from Nama

Spending on commercial property last year was 30 per cent above the 15-year average in the Republic, according to a major report by real estate agent (...)

Punters at Cheltenham, which is the subject of our Inside Business podcast.

Mars Capital, one of the biggest foreign buyers of Irish mortgages in the aftermath of the financial crisis, is bringing its loan portfolio in-house a(...)

No 4/5 Dawson Street, Dublin. The 994sq m building produces a rental income of €399,360. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A new investment opportunity on Dublin’s fast-changing Dawson Street is almost certain to be of interest to both private and institutional developers.(...)

A Dublin friend who moved to a Kerry town a decade ago soon gave up on British weekly magazines “because the local gossip is far better”. Photograph: iStock

A century ago, with the sulphurous crack of a match, the good people of Delvin, Co Westmeath, set fire to a book. The Valley of the Squinting Windows (...)

Dundrum Town Centre  drove much of the growth in Hammerson’s business in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Retail property developer Hammerson has met with key figures in the dispute over the future of one of its sites in Dublin that includes the location o(...)

David Browne pictured at the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

There was little doubt David Browne would follow a road familiar to his ancestors and become an architect. Even as he started secondary school in Clon(...)

 David Drumm arriving at court this week. Photograph: Collins.

The former company secretary at Anglo Irish Bank said she amended minutes of an audit committee meeting to include a reference to the transaction with(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm  arriving at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on Monday, where he has pleaded not guilty to conspiring with others  to defraud depositors and investors  by “dishonestly” creating the impression that bank deposits in 2008 were €7.2 billion larger than they were. Photograph: Collins Courts

The former head of treasury risk at Anglo Irish Bank has said the €7.2 billion loans to Irish Life and Permanent in September 2008 were approved “post(...)

‘I wanted my professional and sporting careers to not alone continue in Ireland, but flourish; after all, I was coming back to my homeland.’

While living in Australia, I followed the news from Ireland closely. In 2015 and 2016, Enda Kenny repeatedly pleaded with the Irish abroad to bring th(...)

Anglo Irish trial: David Drumm denies conspiracy to defraud and false accounting. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Central Bank of Ireland didn’t query a report on the liquidity of Anglo Irish Bank that David Drumm discussed with them in October 2008, a witness(...)

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