DCC chief executive Donal Murphy last year got an €840,000 basic salary, a bonus of more than €1.3 million, and €722,000 under a long-term incentive scheme. Photograph: Eric Luke

The total pay packet of Donal Murphy, the chief executive of diversified energy-to-tech group DCC, reached €3 million last year. The company’s c(...)

The legal action followed an investigation by the Irish Stock Exchange  which in 2009 found breaches of business rules by Davy. Photograph: Getty

A stockbroking firm being sued by a credit union over the way €5.3 million was invested will not have to hand over reports of an Irish Stock Exchange (...)

Mozambique: the financially-embattled African nation has suffered catastrophic damage as a result of cyclones this year. Photograph: Tiago Petinga/EPA

Mozambique has reached a restructuring deal in principle with holders of $726.5 million (€649 million) of Irish-listed bonds, which went into default (...)

Euroclear said Irish authorities are “actively considering” the legal proposals that it has made.

The Government may have to push through “bespoke legislation” to ensure Irish shares can continue to be traded and settled seamlessly following Brexit(...)

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(...)

Dublin-listed life-sciences investment group Malin took a 33 per cent stake in Poseida in late 2015 in a deal valued at $30 million

Poseida Therapeutics. a company in which Dublin-listed life-sciences investment group Malin has a significant stake, has raised $142 million (€126 mil(...)

Former FAI chief executive John Delaney. Deloitte this week informed the Companies Registration Office that proper accounting records were not kept by the assocation

The Republic is “in denial” over the threat Brexit poses to Irish stock trade, according to a report in the Sunday Times Ireland edition. It quotes St(...)

Glenveagh chief executive Justin Bickle  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Builder Glenveagh Properties is seeking permission to build more than 270 apartments on a site in Cork under the fast-track planning scheme for new ho(...)

A subcontractor on the €10 million expansion of Euronext Dublin (formerly the Irish Stock Exchange), Aintree Construction Limited, employed the workers and had let them go

A dispute involving a group of bricklayers working on a project at Euronext Dublin and their employer, Aintree Construction Limited, has been resolved(...)

One Molesworth Street: among Green Reit’s buildings on which 25 per cent tax on the increase in value may need to be paid if the trust is sold.

Real estate investment trust Green Reit could pay 25 per cent tax on the increase in value of some of its properties if the company is sold, it has em(...)

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