Liam Kavanagh

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The Irish Times is acquiring Landmark Media. which includes Irish Examiner, Waterford News & Star, Western People and Kildare Nationalist. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Times DAC has agreed a deal to acquire all the publishing and media interests of Landmark Media Group, the Cork-based company that owns the (...)

Managing director Liam Kavanagh said it was a “successful year” for ‘The Irish Times’. He expressed disappointment, however, that “newspaper sales have not yet found a floor and continue to fall”.

The Irish Times DAC, the publisher of this newspaper, made an operating profit last year of more than €1 million. This was up from an operating loss o(...)

The Irish Times has won distinctions in two categories at the Global Media Awards in New York. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The Irish Times has won distinctions in two categories at the Global Media Awards in New York, including a gold medal for a recent native advertising (...)

At the launch of the Irish Times Business Person of the Month award in association with KPMG were: ‘Irish Times’ business editor Ciarán Hancock; Shaun Murphy, managing partner, KPMG in Ireland, ‘Irish Times’ managing director Liam Kavanagh; and Michele Connolly, partner and head of corporate finance, KPMG in Ireland. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A new monthly award to mark excellence and outstanding achievement among Irish business leaders has been launched by The Irish Times. The inaugural I(...)

The Irish Times has reported a strong rise in the number of customers paying for content last year. New figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations(...)

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects, the book written by Irish Times journalist Fintan O’Toole, has been turned into a definitive stamp series by An (...)

Irish Times managing director Liam Kavanagh: “If we don’t make a profit we won’t exist.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Times Ltd made an operating loss of €1.1 million before exceptional items in 2015, compared with an operating profit of €840,000 the previo(...)

Clare Duignan: retired as managing director of RTÉ Radio in 2013

Two non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of The Irish Times Limited. The appointments of Clare Duignan and Rhona Murphy follow t(...)

Some 100 of the Republic’s top chief executives from business and the arts will appear at a conference next week to discuss how companies use new tec(...)

The judge said if Shop Direct paid €5,000 to Pieta House suicide prevention charity he would strike out the charge. Regarding The Irish Times Ltd, he told the company to pay €3,000 to Pieta House. Photograph: The Irish Times

Two companies have been ordered to pay sums of money to charity in lieu of convictions after they were prosecuted for email marketing offences. The (...)

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