Northcliffe House, offices of British newspaper the Daily Mail in London. Once the Daily Mail owner informed the CCPC, it had to wait for the regulator to investigate the transaction. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish regulators have voided British newspaper Daily Mail’s takeover of rival I. Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) recently agreed to buy JPIMedia,(...)

The Central Bank  has received 100 licence applications from firms in Britain wanting to set up management companies or Mancos in Dublin. Photograph: iStock

Hubs in Ireland set up by asset management firms in Britain wanting to avoid any business disruption from Brexit could become employment magnets due (...)

Eric Baker, Viagogo’s chief executive, co-founded StubHub while in business school, but left before the business was sold

The managing director of ticket reselling platform Viagogo, which has agreed a $4 billion buyout of US rival StubHub, says it will wait until proposed(...)

Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

The UK Labour Party’s plans to nationalize BT’s broadband network and provide free service for all may force its leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to perform a d(...)

Kingspan chief executive Gene Murtagh. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Building materials group Kingspan has acquired a UK manufacturer and distributor of construction products for £37.5 million (€42 million). The Cavan-(...)

Patrick Quirke, who was convicted of the murder of his love rival, DJ Bobby Ryan. He told gardaí during the investigation that Mary Lowry, the object of both men’s affections, had given him €80,000 to invest in contracts for difference (CFDs). Photograph: Collins Courts

Those who closely followed the recent trial of Patrick Quirke, who was convicted last month of the murder of part-time DJ Bobby Ryan in a love-rival c(...)

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(...)

The number of offerings from Amazon itself, plus its massive cohort of third party sellers, is mind-boggling. Photograph: PA

Amazon sells a lot of stuff. More than 300 million of us have bought something from the company since it was founded in 1994.  Many of us have s(...)

Sainsbury’s and Asda are two of the largest supermarkets in the UK, but have faced trading issues. File photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

J Sainsbury and Asda are “very unlikely” to appeal against the verdict of the UK competition regulator on their proposed merger, according to people b(...)

Between them KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte and EY control more than 90 per cent of UK audits for large companies.

The “Big Four” accounting firms should be forced to legally separate their “cash cow” consulting work from their auditing businesses, a UK Parliament (...)

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