DIG had claimed it was excluded from the affairs of the company following acts of oppression by the majority shareholders and sought orders under company legislation directing ELST to buy out its minority 30 per cent shareholding

The High Court must reconsider a €26.2 million valuation it put on the buyout of a minority share in a Monaghan-based mushroom and compost business by(...)

Most parts of the Grianán Estate overlook Lough Swilly which is famous for its wildlife including dolphins, porpoise, sea birds, geese and swans

One of Europe’s largest organic farms, the 2,400 acre (971.16 hectare) Grianán Estate in Co Donegal, is being sold with a guide price of €17 million.(...)

  Former minister for communications Alex White  and Eir chief executive Richard Moat:  Eir will this week meet “senior Government officials” over its row with wholesale broadband customers.  Photograph: Eric Luke

McFeely claims UK welfare Tom McFeely, the bankrupt property developer and former IRA hunger striker, says he survives on welfare from the British s(...)

DIG alleged the Wilson shareholders were essentially running ELST ‘as if it were a family business’. The Wilsons, it was claimed, viewed board meetings as mere information sessions convened to explain decisions which they have already taken and put into effect

The majority owners of a Co Monaghan-based global mushroom and compost business have been ordered by the Commercial Court to buy out a minority shareh(...)

Sentence increased for man who seriously assaulted his fiancée DPP v. McMenamy [2014]IECA 47 (Court of Appeal, Ryan P, December 18th, 2014) Court of A(...)

Out today: Irish consumer confidence (March). Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
For your diary

TODAY (Easter Monday) Indicators: Euro zone Sentix investor confidence (April); Irish consumer confidence (March); US labour market conditions index ((...)

CRH fell by nearly 4 per cent to ¤17.85. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Fears that the Federal Reserve will scale back its stimulus as the US economy recovers hit world stock markets for a second straight day yesterday, wi(...)

Donegal Creameries has been granted permission to change its name to Donegal Investment Group plc. Photograph: Gettty Images.

The Registrar of Companies has granted Donegal Creameries permission to change its name to Donegal Investment Group plc.The decision follows the passi(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 1
  • 2