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Pat Hickey opens his hotel room  door to a Rio police officer on the morning  of August 17th, 2016.

Like a John Cassavetes movie or the ‘lost in the bowels of the stadium’ sequence from the mocumentary ‘This is Spinal Tap’ we all vicariously lingered(...)

Denis O’Brien, above,  gave Martin Coyne  the USB memory stick, on which the businessman’s case against Red Flag rests, on October 13th 2015. Photograph: David Sleator

Digitpol, the company run by Martin Coyne, one of the key expert witnesses in Denis O’Brien’s case against Red Flag Consulting, has operated in the N(...)

One question stands out among the many that arise in the Denis O’Brien versus Red Flag Consulting legal action. Why did O’Brien give the USB memory st(...)

Espion chief executive Colman Morrissey. The tech company has been acquired by BSI

Dublin-based digital security firm Espion has been acquired by business services provider British Standards Institution (BSI) for an undisclosed sum. (...)

Mr Justice Mac Eochaidh: he gave Denis O’Brien’s side two weeks to provide affidavit

Red Flag Consulting has told the High Court it has concerns relating to custody of a USB computer memory stick at the heart of businessman Denis O’Bri(...)

Denis O’Brienfailed to prove publication of Red Flag’s dossier, or that it had damaged him.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A computer memory stick has been central to businessman Denis O’Brien’s assertions of an illegal conspiracy against him since he first went to court (...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien. Photograph; Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

A consulting company has told the High Court that Denis O’Brien has left “clouded in mystery” exactly how material from the firm’s computers files end(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien. File  photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The computer memory stick at the centre of Denis O’Brien’s latest legal action contains some 80 files – including newspaper cuttings, Dáil and legal t(...)

Corrig Court: currently producing €670,000

Three modern office blocks and an industrial building with an overall value of more than €20 million in Sandyford Business Park in south Dublin are t(...)

The contract awarded by  South Dublin County Council, which is said to be worth between €75,000 and €100,000, was won by Dublin-based firm Espion.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

South Dublin County Council has been accused of failing to conduct due diligence on the manufacturer of a new management software tool that it plans t(...)

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