Sean Quinn at his cement plant at Derrylin in 1991. Photograph: Jack McManus

The Sunday Business Post reports that former billionaire Sean Quinn has held talks with accounting firm Mazars about how to buy back his former indust(...)

Wait-and-see element ahead of Thursday’s meeting of the ECB, headed by Mario Draghi. Photograph: Getty

European stocks inched lower on Tuesday as investors hovered in the cautious zone between outright confidence and a sell-off. The main drag came from(...)

Ibec’s CEO Danny McCoy to speak at the Convenience Retailer Summit. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Monday Results: Amryt Pharma. Indicators: Irish Exchequer returns (August); Euro zone PPI (July); UK construction PMI (August). Meetings: Busines(...)

Dalata intends to rename the Clarion Liffey Valley hotel as part of its own-brand Clayton portfolio.

Listed hotels group Dalata will step up its efforts to consolidate the Byzantine ownership structure of the 352-room Clarion Liffey Valley – one of t(...)

The Iseq in Dublin rose  1.6%  on modest trading volumes as steady performances from the index’s biggest shares kept it firmly in the black

European shares rose on Monday after geopolitical tension had sent them to their worst weekly losses of the year, with a softening currency buoying eu(...)

A trader works at the Goldman Sachs stall on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Reuters

It was a slow day in the Irish market on Tuesday as investors geared up for super Thursday next week, a day when over 200 companies are due to report (...)

The redevelopment plan for the Tara Towers Hotel includes the construction of 70 residential units and a basement car park.

The owner of the Tara Towers Hotel in Dublin 4 has applied for planning permission to redevelop the landmark property. Dalata Hotel Group, the larges(...)

The four-star Clayton Hotel in Cardiff with 216 bedrooms: the Welsh hotel will be let to Dalata for a 35-year term

Irish hotel operator Dalata has agreed the sale and leaseback of a hotel in Cardiff, Wales, for £22.1 million (€26 million). The Clayton Hotel in C(...)

Clayton Hotel (formerly the Burlington): only five hotels opened in Dublin in the decade to the end of last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish banks, still chastened by the property crash, are demanding that developers of hotels in Dublin secure up to 50 per cent equity development befo(...)

  Madrid  stock exchange: Spain’s Banco Popular extended its slide from the previous session, taking losses over the past two sessions to more than 11 per cent. Photograph:  Sergio Barrenechea/EPA

Dalata Hotel Group, agricultural services company Origin Enterprises and Ryanair counted among the top-performing large-cap stocks in Dublin as Europe(...)

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