Newspapers sales in Ireland fell in the second half of 2013, with the market for both daily and Sunday titles shrinking by more than 6 per cent

Newspapers sales in Ireland fell in the second half of 2013, with the market for both daily and Sunday titles shrinking by more than 6 per cent(...)

Denis O’Brien: committed to take up his rights issue entitlement in full

Denis O’Brien will increase his stake in Australasian group APN News and Media to 12.2 per cent following the company’s propos(...)

From Circular Quay to Bondi Junction, Sydney’s network of train stations is set to bring in the dollars for APN News & Media, the Australasian (...)

Australian shock jock Kyle Sandilands: part of Denis O’Brien’s wealth now indirectly rests on the quality of his banter

The talents of shock jock Kyle Sandilands and his co-host Jackie O (not that one), two DJs signed by APN News & Media’s radio division to l(...)

The offices of APN News & Media, owner of the New Zealand Herald newspaper,  in  Auckland. INM is to reduce its stake in APN. Photo: Bloomberg News

APN News & Media, in which Independent News & Media has a 28.95 per cent stake, has reported net profit after tax of Aus$59.3 million, (...)

Some of the staff outside Mount Carmel Hospital in Dublin after hearing the news in January that the facility was to close. Photograph: David Sleator

Healthcare provider Centric Health has made a fresh approach to buy Mount Carmel Hospital in south Dublin, which went into liquidation in January. It (...)

Independent News & Media is expected to announce cutbacks at its Irish publishing operations shortly. The company is due to hold a board meeting n(...)

Gavin O’Reilly: under surveillance in 2011, his final full year in charge of Independent News & Media. Photograph: Eric Luke

How unfortunate Independent News & Media was never able to determine who placed its former chief executive Gavin O’Reilly under surveillance in 20(...)

Alan Dukes, former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank:  “Borrowers or investors on any such list were treated in the same way as any other bank customer.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Alan Dukes, former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank, has said the bank never gave preferential treatment to any politically exposed bank borrower. “Borrow(...)

Anglo kept three lists of politically exposed persons  or high-profile persons  to ensure it did not offer nor could be perceived to have offered special treatment. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The list of “sensitive” borrowers who were clients of Anglo Irish Bank or Irish Nationwide range from billionaires to bankrupts, demonstrating just ho(...)

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