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The proceedings initiated by developer Paddy McKillen, above, are ‘largely identical’ to a case that was launched by debt campaigner David Hall against the Minister for Finance in 2017. File photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Property investor Paddy McKillen has taken a legal case against the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, for failing to have proper oversight over t(...)

Avara broke even between 2016 and 2018, but since then has been loss-making, counsel says.

The High Court has made orders winding up a Co Clare-based pharmaceutical company employing more than 110 people. Avara Shannon Pharmaceutical Servi(...)

Paul Toner, head of consulting with KPMG in Ireland, believes Irish companies are well positioned to adopt the disruption agenda. ‘When you start looking for ideas you’re likely to be surprised at what you find,’ he says

Among the more compelling findings in this year’s KPMG CEO Outlook is the increased focus of business leaders on agility and the ability to challenge (...)

The inquiry heard last week that INBS had €6 billion of commercial property loans tied to profit-share agreements by 2008.

The increased reliance of Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) on lending to property developers through profit-share agreements during the boom e(...)

Una and Peter Kearns, the Institute of Education – their father Raymond, founded the school in 1969

The Institute of Education celebrates 50 years in business this year and remains very much a family affair. Founded by Raymond Kearns in 1969, the bus(...)

Facebook’s European headquarters in Dublin: Not alone do US multinationals seek out top-quality accommodation, what they do in terms of fit-out, others follow. ‘They set the bar very high.’ Photograph: Paulo Nunes dos Santos/Bloomberg

Getting the right team is crucial to the success of any business. Getting the right property can help. US multinationals coming into Ireland are leadi(...)

Rent the Runway, a fashion rental portal, is creating 150 jobs in Galway.
Life beyond the M50

While the headlines might be dominated by huge investments in the Dublin region by tech giants like Facebook, Google and Intel, the fact remains that (...)

Blackrock Clinic: battle over control of the clinic has taken yet another turn

The ongoing battle over control of the Blackrock Clinic has taken yet another turn in its labyrinthine progress through the courts. The “validity and(...)

KPMG said no decision had yet been made on a potential sale of its British pensions advisory business. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

KPMG has put its British pensions advisory business up for sale at a time when the Big Four accounting firms are under immense pressure to reduce conf(...)

Chartered Accountants Ireland was responding to a public consultation from the Brydon review.

Auditors should have to form a view on the long-term viability of companies they’re scrutinising and then make this position publicly available, accor(...)

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