Mallinckrodt was the third opioid maker to seek Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Shareholders in Mallinckrodt, the Dublin-based but US-run drugmaker in the middle of a bankruptcy reorganisation, are being urged by a leading corpor(...)

A group of investors intend to bring their issues before the High Court in Dublin later this year, when Dublin-based Mallinckrodt  files for examinership

A stand-off between drugmaker Mallinckrodt, the Dublin-based but US-run drugmaker, and a small group of dissident shareholders, claiming their rights (...)

LVMH, controlled by Europe’s richest man Bernard Arnault, agreed a $16 billion deal to buy Tiffany & Co last November, but got cold feet as Covid-19 walloped markets

The cancellation of the planned wedding between luxury goods brands LVMH and Tiffany has descended into the type of suit and countersuit that normally(...)

Sycamore said that L Brands had breached the terms of the deal  by closing nearly all of its about 1,600 Victoria’s Secret and PINK stores globally

Buyout firm Sycamore Partners has walked away from a $525 million deal to acquire a majority stake in Victoria’s Secret, after the lingerie brand shu(...)

Forbes magazine: 95 per cent  of media company bought in 2014 for $415 million (€387 million)

A long legal battle over the takeover of Forbes magazine has been settled after the Chinese investors who bought the media company in 2014 agreed an o(...)

A man walks past an American Apparel store in New York. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/File Photo/Reuters

American Apparel filed its second bankruptcy in just over a year on Monday, weighed down by intense competitive pressures facing US teen retailers and(...)

Yahoo this week filed a hard-hitting defence to IBRC liquidator Kieran Wallace’s application, suggesting he does not have the authority to seek the contents. Photograph:  Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Yahoo has hit back at a claim by the KPMG special liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) that it should hand over the contents of an(...)

The court was told last month that former Anglo chief executive David Drumm, who moved to the US after resigning from Anglo in 2008, is willing to testify on Mr Flynn’s behalf
 about the overcharging

Anglo Irish Bank and its successor Irish Bank Resolution Corporation overcharged customers by an estimated $1.6 billion (€1.2 billion) and continued t(...)