Declan Ganley argues that Denis O’Brien’s assertion of conspiracy against him “has not been properly particularised, has not been distinguished from defamation and is bound to fail”. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Businessman Declan Ganley is asking the High Court to throw out the legal action taken against him by telecoms rival Denis O’Brien. In documents fil(...)

Denis O’Brien: expected to resist the move. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill

Businessman Declan Ganley is seeking detailed information about the financial affairs of telecoms rival Denis O’Brien and is asking the High Court for(...)

Last year the Government sold a slice of AIB for €3.4 billion. Now the State – which is to say taxpayers – owns 71 per cent of AIB, 14 per cent of Bank of Ireland, and 75 per cent of Permanent TSB.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In a few weeks’ time we will celebrate – though that may not be the correct term – the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Through a (...)

A three-storey, terraced house above a barbershop on Cork’s Shandon Street is for sale for €210,000.

As commute times get longer more home hunters are looking to live centrally, giving up on big back gardens and wide open green spaces in favour of les(...)

Colm Keaveney was bankrupt at the time of the alleged offer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A former TD’s sworn testimony in support of Denis O’Brien’s legal action against Red Flag Consulting is tainted by an offer of €250,000 made to him by(...)

Many car insurance difficulties experienced by returning emigrants relates to an absence of documentation on the part of people returning, according t(...)

A view of Central Bank of Ireland’s new Dublin Docklands headquarters.

The State’s tax take hit a new record last year but the department of finance used the publication of its first Annual Taxation Report on Tuesday to f(...)

Department of Justice headquarters on St Stephen’s Green: the department should have made the exhibition about the assassination of the State’s first minister for justice, Kevin O’Higgins, public. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

I rang the Department of Justice last week, not as a commentator or outraged citizen, but as a curious historian. After reading the account by Stephen(...)

Grant Thornton managing partner Paul McCann: “We would all dance around the kitchen every weekend. Me and the kids. I’d put on some tunes and we’d have a bop the lot of us. That’s important.” Photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Late next month, Grant Thornton’s managing partner Paul McCann will vacate the corner office he has occupied for the past five years and make way for (...)

On Monday, the DAA announced that 2.9 million passengers used Dublin Airport last month, its busiest June in 77 years

On Monday, the DAA announced that 2.9 million passengers used Dublin Airport last month, its busiest June in 77 years. North American routes rose by 1(...)

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