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Carlow-based Netwatch chief executive David Walsh is the recipient of The Irish Times Business Person of the Month Award for April, in association wit(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank CEO David Drumm. Photograph: Collins

The State’s case against former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has closed after 74 days of evidence. P(...)

 Former  Anglo Irish Bank chief executive  David Drumm arriving  at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court today. Photograph: Collins Courts.

An accountant has told the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm that the inclusion of a €7.2 billion transaction in a report b(...)

Katherine Byrne, corporate finance partner in BDO, Adrian Mullet head of technology sector at Bank of Ireland, Sandra Notardonato, research vice president with Gartner, Roomex chief executive, Jack Donaghy, IT Alliance chief executive, Philip Maguire and Paul Sweetman, director of Technology Ireland

Many Irish technology firms aren’t aware of the many funding options available to them and don’t consider raising capital until so late in the game th(...)

Ennis Property Dac secured the judgment this week over loans used to buy a nursing home in Co Galway

A couple have consented to a €3.4 million judgment against them over failure to repay loans used to acquire a nursing home in Co Galway and other asse(...)

The newly formed BDO Eaton Square unit is expecting to achieve revenues of €20 million in annual revenues. Photograph: iStock

Financial services firm BDO intends to create up to 100 new management consultant jobs having merged its existing management consulting business with (...)

David Walsh, founder and CEO Netwatch in the Carlow HQ. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irish security monitoring company Netwatch has merged with companies in Britain and the US in a deal funded by private equity firm, Riverside. The ne(...)

The five office buildings for sale on Merchants Quay, Dublin

Five adjoining modern and period office buildings on Dublin’s Merchants Quay, directly opposite the Four Courts, are to be offered for sale on the in(...)

The FRC is introducing a “new approach” to supervising the “Big Four” - PwC, KPMG, Deloitte and EY - and the next two down, BDO and Grant Thornton. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

Britain’s top six accounting firms will come under increased scrutiny from the audit watchdog, including checks on their top hires, after corporate s(...)

Enterprise Ireland believes the UK will continue to be a natural priority market for Irish food exporters, despite Brexit, due to its geographical proximity, a common language, common values and a similar food consumption culture in food and trade. Photograph: iStock
Facing the Brexit challenge

With the clock ticking down towards March 2019 and the two sides no nearer clarity in terms of the eventual post-Brexit trading relationship between t(...)

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