Nicholas Leonard, Ireland’s first full-time business journalist

Nicholas Leonard, who established the business and finance section of The Irish Times, has died. He became Ireland’s first full-time business journal(...)

The figures for 2019 reflect the first full year of trading from the Irish Examiner and other publishing and radio assets acquired from Landmark Media Investments halfway through 2018

The group behind The Irish Times made an operating profit of €3.82 million before exceptional items in 2019, up 46 per cent compared to the €2.61 mill(...)

The Irish Times: Revenue declines as a result of Covid-19.

The Irish Times has announced a temporary pay cut of up to 30 per cent for higher-paid managers and editors in the group as part of a series of immedi(...)

 Gert Ysebaert, CEO of Mediahuis, with company chairman Thomas Leysen announce the purchase of INM in April 2019. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

It was the year the Belgians came, saw and bought Ireland’s biggest newspaper empire faster than you could say the words “challenging transitional per(...)

‘Carl wouldn’t have been long diagnosing our shortcomings. You could have just seen him at the afters on Saturday night, standing outside the pub pulling the good out of a fag and shaking his smiley head.’

While the eyes of the football world were on José Mourinho at lunchtime on Saturday, the legs, arses and bellies of our particular corner of it had mo(...)

The accounts for The Irish Times DAC include trading from the Irish Examiner and other media assets acquired from Landmark Media Investments, from July 10th, 2018. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The company behind The Irish Times made an operating profit of €2.61 million in 2018, up 5.2 per cent on the previous year. The news publisher’s grou(...)

Irish Times online users are more likely to be left of centre than those who read the ‘traditional’ printed form. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The success of The Irish Times in building a subscriber base for its online news products could point to a public desire for quality Irish perspective(...)

In this year of Brexit faffing and fallout, it’s hard to picture the present Government devoting much energy to the financial sustainability of the Irish media

Should the Government set up an independent commission to examine threats to the future of the Irish news media, and if so would it be time to reach f(...)

The Irish Times has been nominated in the best idea to grow advertising sales or retain advertising clients category. Photograph: David Sleator

The Irish Times and the Irish Examiner have been announced as finalists in the 2019 Global Media Awards, which feature top campaigns worldwide by medi(...)

‘The Irish Times’ has combined print and digital sales of 79,406 in the second half of 2018. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Irish Times had combined average daily sales of 79,406 copies for its print and ePaper editions in the second half of 2018, new figures from the A(...)

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