Michael Stanley, Cairn Homes chief executive, is selling shares.

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley and his fellow company founders plan to sell more than €24 million worth of shares in the house builder. (...)

Cairn Homes is seeking to have €60 million worth of founder shares admitted to trading in Dublin and London. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Cairn Homes is seeking to have more than €60 million worth of founder shares held by chief executive Michael Stanley, his brother Kevin and investor A(...)

Cairn Homes chief executive, Michael Stanley (above), his brother Kevin, and investor Alan McIntosh, will receive 38.7 million equities in the listed house builder next month through the conversion of founder shares in the company. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley, his brother, Kevin, and investor Alan McIntosh, will receive a stake in the homebuilder worth almost €62 (...)

Punch Taverns, which loaded up on debt just as the recession hit and the smoking ban came into effect, hasn’t recorded a fiscal year of revenue growth since 2007. Photograph: Sean Dempsey/PA

Cairn Homes co-founder Alan McIntosh has waded into a takeover battle with beer giant Heineken for Punch Taverns, the UK pub group he help start in 19(...)

Cairn is in the early stages of an ambitious residential building programme in Ireland

Three senior executives of listed Irish property group Cairn Homes have converted so-called founder shares into ordinary stock in the company in a mov(...)