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The retail sector saw heightened M&A activity thanks to deals such as Musgrave’s purchase of Donnybrook Fair

A number of headline-grabbing deals including the $635 million (€549 million) acquisition of Dublin-headquartered Adapt Pharma boosted M&A activi(...)

Sirius chief executive Howard Millar: was chief financial officer and deputy chief executive of Ryanair until 2014. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Former Ryanair finance chief Howard Millar is leading a new aircraft leasing business that plans to raise almost €220 million by floating on the Lond(...)

Spanish lender Bankinter said this week it was acquiring Irish consumer finance lender Avantcard through its purchase of certain assets of Madrid-based EVO Banco from private equity firm Apollo.

Twenty-four hours before then taoiseach Brian Cowen gathered with officials in Government Buildings on September 29th, 2008, to hammer out the fateful(...)

Bankinter is looking to expand its international consumer finance business.

Bankinter is set to become the first foreign-owned bank to enter the Irish market since the financial crash through its purchase of AvantCard, a consu(...)

MMC said the deal is expected to achieve synergies of about €214 million within three years of completion. Photograph:  iStock

US-based Marsh & McLennan (MMC) is buying British insurance and reinsurance broker Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) for £4.3 billion (€4.8 billion), t(...)

The Hilton Hotel in Kilmainham, Dublin, is owned by Tifco

US private equity firm Apollo Global Management has agreed to acquire Ireland’s second-largest hotel chain Tifco in a deal said to be worth up to €600(...)

In New York, Tesla rose 5.7 per cent after analysts said the electric carmaker was on track to be profitable and cash flow positive in the second half of the year. Photograph: Georgios Kefalas/EPA

Investors’ increasing optimism that the Italian government’s 2019 budget will respect European Union fiscal rules pushed up European banks across the (...)

July’s total is 155 per cent more than the 31 recorded on February 1st, 2016, when the newspaper’s crane survey was launched. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There were 79 cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on July 1st from the seventh floor on The Irish Times building on Tara Street. This is a rise(...)

Top of the sales lists was Jack B Yeats, whose Morning Glory rose above its top estimate to make €175,000 (€80,000–€120,000)

Is Irish art finally coming out of the shadow of recession and back into the sun? There were certainly some glittering prices at Whyte’s Important Ir(...)

Johnson Controls the world’s largest producer of automotive batteries

Johnson Controls International is drawing interest from private equity firms KKR & Company and Apollo Global Management for its power solutions bu(...)

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