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The court heard the companies had been profitable in recent years but had run into cash flow difficulties. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to three connected companies involved in the food distribution business after their turnovers plunged(...)

Cabinet office minister Michael Gove continues to insist that there will be no ‘border in the Irish Sea’. Photograph: AFP Photo / PRU

And they’re off. Or they will be on Monday when the Brexit trade talks start in Brussels. And for Irish businesses and the economy, one thing is alrea(...)

“Everyone is saying that climate change and environment issues are going to be drivers of M&A activity in future.” Photograph: iStock
Five top trends in M&A

The climate imperative You just can’t get away from it, unless you’re the self-proclaimed leader of the Free World perhaps. Climate change is having (...)

“We will still be talking about Brexit-related work in five years’ time – and beyond.” Photograph: iStock
The Brexit effect

Far from being over, Brexit is only getting started. It is perhaps why, so far, its impact on corporate deal-making has been less marked than anticipa(...)

Fiat and Chrysler are now enjoying what appears to be a very happy marriage indeed. Photograph: iStock
Preparing for a happy marriage

Many of the world’s leading companies are actually the products of a series of mergers with and acquisitions of other household names over the years. (...)

One tried and tested way to grow a business is to buy another

One tried and tested way to grow a business is to buy another. Before you can do that, however, you’ve got to satisfy the local competition authority.(...)

“Notable deals include Greencoat Renewables acquisitions of Gortahile, Killala and Beam Hill wind farms and Neon SA’s acquisition of eight operational wind assets from the Irish Infrastructure Fund.” Photograph: iStock
The top performers

Brexit, the availability of low-cost capital and a changing investor appetite were all significant influences on the Irish M&A market during 2019,(...)

Deal-making against the backdrop of uncertainty, volatility and an increasingly complicated geopolitical environment is the new norm

The year 2019 marked a busy year in the Irish mergers and acquisitions (M&A) space, and this year is shaping up to show similarly strong activity.(...)

A view of a Stewarts Care facility. File photograph: Eric Luke

Residents of a disability service are set to receive reimbursements which may total more than €1 million after a review into “inappropriate” spending (...)

Blueface founder Alan Foy, right, pictured in 2012 at the launch of a partnership with Three Ireland

Comcast, the US corporate behemoth that owns media networks Sky and NBC, has bought Irish cloud-based telecommunications provider, Blueface, for an un(...)

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