INM shareholders last month overwhelmingly backed the Mediahuis buyout

Belgian group Mediahuis has overhauled the management team and board of Independent News and Media (INM), after formally completing its €145.6 million(...)

INM chief executive Michael Doorly and Murdoch MacLennan, INM non-executive chairman, at the company’s agm this week

The Department of Finance was presented with another stark warning over the long-term sustainability of the economy this week as a report pointed out (...)

If a mother wants to return to work after a few months so her partner can stay at home until the leave is used up, what business is it of the State to interfere in the efficiency of that choice for a couple? Photograph: iStock

‘Are you able to breastfeed?” she asked. Excuse me? It’s not every day male business journalists get asked this question at the launch of a research r(...)

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with whom May is seeking consensus on a way forward for Brexit

UK prime minister Theresa May did the unthinkable this week, and invited Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn into the inner circle. Fed up after three resoun(...)

INM newspaper titles on display: circulation and advertising revenues are in decline. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times.

Independent News & Media (INM) plans to introduce a subscription model for digital content “in early 2020” as part of a plan to lessen its depende(...)

Former INM CEO Gavin O’Reilly.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The former chief executive of Independent News and Media (INM), Gavin O’Reilly, has begun legal action ahead of formally suing the company for alleged(...)

Sir Graham Brady (centre), chairman of the 1922 Committee, announces that prime ministerTheresa May survived the confidence vote

The House of Commons erupted into laughter this week as British prime minister Theresa May – who had only been on her feet a matter of seconds – told (...)

Negotiations collapsed after the NUJ said INM offered a one per cent pay increase, proposed to eradicate acting up allowances, and demanded all minimum pay levels be removed from the existing collective agreement

Journalists at the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life newspapers are to vote on industrial action after “the latest derisory offer from the company has(...)

Hardline Brexiteers Nigel Farage and Jacob Rees-Mogg: getting to grips with the details of exit. Photograph: Dan Kitwood

You can just imagine the scoffs from hardline Brexiteers such as Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson when Greencore chief Patrick Coveney – brother to T(...)

Ian Drennan: he said he was concerned at “the extent to which it now appears the board accepted whatever the former chairman said without question”

The depth and severity of the rupture in relations between the board of Independent News and Media (INM) and the company’s former chairman Leslie Buck(...)

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