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The €100 million State school-building programme was stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion. Fears are growing that the schools will not be ready on time for their scheduled September opening. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

One of the banks funding a €100 million State school-building programme, stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion, confirmed that it is working w(...)

The schools’ original builder, Sammon Construction Ireland, went into liquidation this week. Photograph: iStock

One of the banks funding a €100 million State school-building programme, stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion, says it is working with the au(...)

Sammon’s failure is part of the collateral damage left by British group Carillion’s £7 billion collapse.  Photograph: Alan Betson

It’s a cruel irony for Sammon Construction Ireland’s 200 workers that a company which survived the building industry’s worst recession in years goes u(...)

Parents and students of Coláiste Raithin in Bray, Co Wicklow, whose new school building is being held up by the collapse of Carillion.

Uncertainty over whether builder Sammon would be appointed to finish a €100 million schools construction project forced the contractor into liquidatio(...)

Sammon had been working for the UK operator on the construction of five schools in counties Kildare, Meath and Wexford

Sammon Contracting has gone into liquidation with the loss of 200 jobs, following the collapse of UK building firm Carillion earlier this year, which (...)

Builders BAM and Sammon face competition from rivals such as JJ Rhatigan and Sisk to build and run six schools left unfinished by the collapse of British group, Carillion

Builders BAM and Sammon face competition from rivals such as JJ Rhatigan and Sisk to build and run six schools left unfinished by the collapse of Brit(...)

The  British group Carillion collapsed owing  £7bn  to creditors. Photograph: PA Wire

Builders BAM and Sammon face competition from rivals including JJ Rhatigan and Sisk to build and run six schools left unfinished by the collapse of Br(...)

 Assets plummeted at Dublin’s Bank of America Merrill Lynch from €361 billion in 2010 to just € 5 billion as of the end of 2015, as the bank continued to retrench its Irish operations.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin-based Bank of America Merrill Lynch International (BAML) continues to retrench its Irish banking arm, slashing assets and rationalising its br(...)

German banks  came to Dublin to avail of the IFSC 10 per cent corporation tax regime in the 1990s. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

DZ Bank Ireland, the Irish subsidiary of German bank DZ Bank, has become the latest former IFSC bank to hand back its banking licence and close its D(...)

In 2009 Dublin ranked 10th as a global financial services centre alongside cities such as London, New York and Zurich. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

Dublin’s standing as a global financial services centre slipped again in the latest Global Financial Centres Index as the city fell back four p(...)