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Flyefit, which opened its first gym at the height of the downturn in 2011, costs members €29 a month. Photograph: Terry McGrath

Low-cost gym chain Flyefit is planning to raise tens of millions of euro to fund a doubling of its network to 35 locations over the coming years. Fl(...)

Ulster Bank reported that its net profit fell 95 per cent to €4 million last year as it took a €80 million tax charge. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank slashed its expected ability to use losses built up during the financial crisis to minimise its future tax bill, as the lender has lowered(...)

Galway Clinic: the judge’s  order was made in ongoing injunction proceedings brought by three companies involved in a dispute over shares in the Galway private hospital.

A High Court judge has directed US-based businessman and medical doctor Joseph Sheehan Snr to provide a sworn statement setting out details of the pur(...)

It is claimed VAT due on the goods bought in the UK by Kevin Rabbitte was not paid to Revenue when the machinery was subsequently sold on in Ireland.  The Four Courts. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has been asked to impose the maximum disqualification period possible on a company director who has admitted his role in a fraudulent s(...)

Gareth Lambe, head of Facebook Ireland: Local unit remains ‘important’ for the group. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

About €25.5 billion of Facebook’s global revenues last year were attributed to its main Irish unit, an increase of more than one-third over the previo(...)

The development comes four months after Arachas acquired Murray & Spelman, an insurance and finance brokerage with offices in Galway and Kildare,  for an undisclosed sum.

Dublin-based insurance provider Arachas Corporate Brokers is close to changing hands, a little over two years after UK private equity firm Sovereign C(...)

Aer Lingus staff are attempting to secure a potentially lucrative profit-share agreement. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Aer Lingus staff have voted down an offer of a €300 voucher and 1 per cent pay increase as they continue their battle to secure a potentially lucrativ(...)

Newenham Mulligan’s association with the newly rebuilt Curragh grandstand (above) and the proposed redevelopment of the RDS arena, which hosts Leinster rugby home games and the Dublin Horse Show, put the firm in the spotlight recently

Newenham Mulligan, the architect company linked with the high-profile rebuilding of the RDS arena and the Curragh Racecourse stand, is being wound up.(...)

DPL said the increase in building and  continued growth in the repair, maintenance, improvement and DIY markets influenced results

Surging construction and growing demand from homeowners boosted profits at builders’ merchants chain, Dublin Providers Ltd (DPL) to almost €2.5 millio(...)

Arachas Corporate Brokers has bought Murray & Spelman, which is chaired by Charlie McCreevy, above, for an undisclosed sum

Acquisitive Dublin-based insurance provider Arachas Corporate Brokers has bought Murray & Spelman, a financial services firm chaired by former min(...)

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