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Lynam’s Hotel: it was only put on the market in late September

Lynam’s Hotel on O’Connell Street in Dublin has been sold to a private investor for a figure believed to be close to €6 million – well more than the €(...)

The inspectors appointed by the Workplace Relations Commission, after 460 workers at Clerys were made redundant, took materials from D2 Private offices in Harcourt Terrace, Dublin

D2 Private and its owner Deirdre Foley must pay the legal costs of their failed challenge to the powers of inspectors investigating collective redunda(...)

Economist and UN special adviser Jeffrey Sachs in Dublin this week:  he described Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland as “offensive”. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

New challenges have been highlighted to the State’s corporate tax practices as proposals for a Europe-wide corporate tax base were unveiled by the Eu(...)

Up 460 workers at Clerys were made redundant on June 12th, 2015, hours after Clerys was sold.

An investigation into collective redundancies at Clerys department store can proceed without High Court interference after a judge rejected a challeng(...)

PJ Timmins, master licence holder for peer advisory service Alternative Board, believes a key element in the post-Brexit corporate survival kit is being competitive

PJ Timmins was chief executive of retailer Clerys for a decade. In all, he spent 22 years with the retailer before leaving in 2012. A year later, Ti(...)

Gordon Brothers executives Malcolm McAuley and Rafael Klotz are expected to resist disqualification proceedings in the High Court. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In the Sunday Business Post it is reported that two senior executives of Gordon Brothers, the private-equity fund that made millions by selling off Cl(...)

Clerys in 1965: it closed in 2015 and was bought by a company that uses a tax-avoidance vehicle. Photograph: Dermot Barry

“Probably not,” was the Central Bank chief economist’s answer to his own rhetorical question as to whether the economy, growing at 4 per cent, needs a(...)

“What services did Gordon Brothers provide to earn the €3.65 million?” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Clerys workers are right to raise questions following the news that Gordon Brothers, the former owner of the department store, took a payment of €3.65(...)

Clerys workers Emily McDermott  and her daughter Nathania, from Donaghmede , at a  demonstration in support of Clerys workers on O’Connell Street, Dublin, last year

Representatives of the Clerys staff who lost their jobs when the department store closed last year have demanded an explanation from its former owner,(...)

Clerys department store, which closed in controversial circumstances in June 2015. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Gordon Brothers, the Boston private equity firm that sold Clerys hours before it was liquidated last summer, were paid €3.65 million from the departm(...)

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