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Ger Rabbette, chief executive of Uniphar: His twin-track programme of cost-cutting and deal-making, so far this decade, appears to be paying dividends. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Technology initial public offerings (IPO) have been grabbing the headlines internationally in recent times, with ride-hailing group Lyft, digital scra(...)

Daryl Byrne, chief executive at Euronext Dublin, formerly known as the Irish Stock Exchange. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Irish stock market is unlikely to host any initial public offerings (IPO) until after the summer due to volatility in equities globally, its chief(...)

Tetrarch owns or manages some of Ireland’s best-known hotels, including the five-star Marker, above,  in Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Investment group Tetrarch Capital is in talks with US investor Starwood about a joint venture partnership that would be worth several hundred million (...)

Global stock investors took fright in early October as the US Federal Reserve signalled a possible more aggressive path for rate hikes, sending US bond yields to eight-year highs. Photograph: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images

Stock-market Cassandras warning of impending danger were a brave species at the start of the year, as Wall Street indices hit fresh all-time highs on(...)

Former Ryanair finance chief and current chief executive of Sirius Aviation Capital Howard Millar.

Former Ryanair finance chief Howard Millar’s new aircraft leasing business, Sirius Aircraft Leasing Fund, has delayed its planned flotation on the Lon(...)

DRes has control of a landbank capable of delivering more than 6,400 houses and apartments.

US private equity giant Lone Star’s plans for the €300 million-plus initial public offering (IPO) of an Irish housebuilding firm have been put on hold(...)

A computer-generated image of the proposed extended Dawson Hotel and refurbished RIAC  in Dublin.

Plans for a €35 million extension of the Dawson Hotel in central Dublin and refurbishment of the Royal Irish Automobile Club (RIAC) private members cl(...)

A drawing of  Howth Castle by W.H.Bartlett, published in circa 1841. The estate has been owned by the St Lawrence family for more than 840 years. It has now been bought by Irish investment group Tetrarch

Some 840 years after setting up home in the coastal village of Howth, the Gaisford-St Lawrence family have agreed to sell the 470-acre estate to Irish(...)

Howth castle and demesne  covers more than 470 acres of walled gardens, woodland, heathland and rhododendron gardens

Irish investment group Tetrarch has agreed a deal in principle to acquire Howth castle and demesne from the Gaisford-St Lawrence family in a multi-mil(...)

The Gaisford-St Lawrence family has agreed to sell the 470-acre estate to Tetrarch in a multimillion-euro deal

Some 840 years after setting up home in the Dublin coastal village of Howth, the Gaisford-St Lawrence family has agreed to sell its 470-acre estate to(...)

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