Apollo Group

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Dean Scurry from the group ‘Home Sweet Home’ who has stayed overnight in Apollo House helping the homeless people who have moved into the Dublin city centre property. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The occupation of an empty office block in Dublin by a group of housing campaigners would highlight the plight of those on the streets but was “not th(...)

The sale of Lumileds is the final step in Philips’s two-part sell-off of its lighting businesses. Photograph: Toussaint Kluiters/Reuters

Philips will sell an 80.1 per cent stake in Lumileds, its LED components and car lighting business, to US investor Apollo, receiving $1.5 billion in (...)

Food company Glanbia was down close to 3 per cent on today’s Iseq. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

European stocks fell, following their first monthly gain in three, dragged lower by equities that offer the highest dividend payouts. Britain’s top e(...)

Aisling Bea: “People go to me ‘oh, you’re doing acting now? And would you be interesting in keeping up the acting?’ And I’m there with tears rolling down my face.”

Aisling Bea is drinking a pint of beer outside a bar at the edge of Hollywood next door to an Upright Citizens Brigade venue and across the road from(...)

The 35 aircraft  Apollo Aviation is securitising   are leased to carriers such as American Airlines, Virgin and Viva Aerobús. Photograph: Mike Fuentes/Bloomberg

Irish-based aircraft finance specialist Apollo Aviation will realise $640 million from the securitisation of 35 aircraft leased to carriers such as A(...)

Director Roland Welke’s fluid staging gives every scene its own mood and look

Berlin is a city of ghosts and nowhere is the German capital more haunted than the Friedrichstrasse. Running north to south through Berlin’s historic(...)

Within the Project Eagle portfolio the top 55 properties accounted for £900m. Illustration: The Irish Times/Getty Images

Nama blocked potential bidders for its Northern Ireland loans from hiring local agencies to value the properties against which the debts were secured(...)

U2 perform at the 3 Arena. The Live Nation-controls the companies that run the venue saw profits rise 75 per cent. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Live Nation-controlled group of British and Irish companies that run the Three Arena (3Arena) in Dublin recorded a near 75 per cent jump in profit(...)

Mike Gleaves (left), chief technology officer and founder at Arralis with Eamonn Boland, COO and company secretary: the company’s technology has potential applications from drone guidance systems, airport radar and driverless cars. Photograph: Conor McCabe.

The Irish Times Innovation award for 2016 has been won by an Irish start-up behind a radar chipset with potential applications ranging from air defenc(...)

Destined for demolition, Hawkins House and Apollo House. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Plans to redevelop Hawkins House, announced with great fanfare last June, have run into problems with Dublin City Council’s planners seeking a wide ra(...)

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