Nursing home group Brindley Healthcare has added to its portfolio with the purchase of a nursing home in Co Kildare. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA

Nursing home group Brindley Healthcare, which secured a €10 million investment earlier this year from UK venture capital firm Business Growth Fund, ha(...)

Former DCC chief executive  Tommy Breen, Leo Casey, head of BGF in the Republic, and Winterbrook managing director Francis Rhatigan. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

State-backed venture capital firm BGF is to take a minority stake in residential house builder Winterbrook after investing €5 million in the company. (...)

Fáilte Ireland will take a fresh swing at the lucrative golf tourism market in 2019 as part of preparations to offset the impact of Brexit

The Government is willing to see the Brexit deal re-opened if the United Kingdom wants to stay in a permanent customs union with the EU or allows for (...)

Brindley Healthcare board member: former tánaiste and minister for health Mary Harney.  File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Former tánaiste and minister for health Mary Harney has joined the board of nursing home group Brindley Healthcare. Ms Harney was introduced to Brin(...)

Chic furnishings and design group Sostrene recently opened its sixth outlet in a premises that formerly housed Waltons music store on South Great George’s Street in Dublin.

About seven per cent of the State’s total tax take, equating to €4 billion, now comes from just 10 firms, the Department of Finance’s chief economist (...)

Leo Casey, head of BGF in Ireland, and Amanda Torrens, founder of Brindley Healthcare.

Long-term investor BGF has made its first investment in the Republic with the acquisition of a stake in nursing home group Brindley Healthcare. BGF(...)

Brindley Manor near Convoy in Donegal: Brindley now operates eight residential nursing homes.

Brindley Healthcare, controlled by Donegal businesswoman Amanda Torrens, has agreed a deal to buy a nursing home in Laois, as part of an ambitious exp(...)

The Cayman Islands’ premier said the UK move to open up company directorship registers in overseas territories smacked of “colonial despotism”. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images

This week’s move by the British government to direct its 14 overseas territories, places such as the Cayman Islands and Bermuda, to whip the kimono f(...)