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Emmet O’Neill: “I feel what we need is a five-year period of dictatorship, sort it all out, give it back to us and not allow anyone to have an opinion.” Photograph: Frank Miller

If your media tycoon uncle is the State’s richest man with close Government links, it’s best not to go around advocating the overthrow of democracy in(...)

A car carrying Tanaiste Joan Burton is seen surrounded by water charge protesters in Tallaght. Photograph: Paul Murphy via Twitter

Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton was trapped in her car for over two hours this afternoon by water charge protesters in Jobstow(...)

 Marketing and corporate services director at Topaz  Paul Candon with Topaz staff member Deirdre Bruton and retail network development manager Jonathan Diver, at the site of the new Topaz station in Clonshaugh, Dublin.  Photograph: Maxwells

Petrol station group Topaz has said it will create 110 jobs at two new service stations, one in north Dublin and one in Laois. The company says it (...)

Topaz has an annual turnover of €3 billion and processes one million transactions every month. It employs 1,600 people

Emmet O’Neill has been appointed as chief executive of the petrol station chain Topaz Energy.He will replace Sean Corkery who is to step down from the(...)

Topaz Energy Group was recently taken over by businessman Denis O’Brien

A bank says it is entitled to about €1.1 million in fees for its advice in relation to the refinancing of the State’s biggest fuel retailer, Topaz Ene(...) chief executive Nóirín Ní Laocha said the letter to Communicorp staff was part of a wider move by the company to tell “everyone and anyone we know” about the relaunch.

Staff at Denis O’Brien’s Irish media group Communicorp have been encouraged by their bosses to sell their “unwanted stuff” and “earn some extra money (...)

McCormack Fuels, the Sligo-based home heating oil distributor, has reported revenues of €50.7 million for the 2012 financial year, down from €53.6 mil(...)

A Topaz petrol station: The Denis O’Brien-owned fuel retailer made a small operating profit but made a loss of more than €13m after interest was paid on its debt. Photograph: David Sleator

Topaz Energy Group, the fuel retailer and distributor recently taken over by Denis O’Brien, recorded an 8 per cent rise in revenues to more than €3(...)

A €230 million group of loans owed by Arnotts, the leading Dublin department store, is to be sold to Fitzwilliam Finance Partners Investment Ltd. Photograph: Alan Betson

KPMG, the special liquidators of IBRC, the former Anglo Irish Bank, are on the brink of selling the loans of some of the best-known names in Irish bus(...)

Arnotts’ management team faces stiff competition to acquire the IBRC loans with 
UK retailer Selfridges also believed to be through to the second round of bidding.

The management team at Irish retailer Arnotts is believed to have secured a backer willing to bid for the retailer’s loans with Irish Bank Resolution(...)

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