St James’s Gate: a decision on the Guinness site is said to be days, weeks or even months away

When Diageo, the global drinks giant, used the advertising slogan “Good things come to those who wait”, in the 1990s, it was engaged in a battle for t(...)

The site for the national children’s hospital in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Fallout from the row over the €1.7 billion bill for the national children’s hospital is slowing infrastructure spending and threatens Government devel(...)

Section 172 (3) of the Nama Act 2009 prohibits the agency from selling loans or property to a defaulting borrower, or connected parties

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is resisting calls from the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to verify that debtors in default a(...)

Gayle Killilea sold  Belgravia House in Englefield Green in Surrey for €10.2 million (£9 million).

Gayle Killilea, the estranged wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne, sold her home in England’s stockbroker belt in February for €10.2 million (£9 mi(...)

Seán Dunne. Photograph: Douglas Healey

Early in the US civil trial of bankrupt developer Seán Dunne and his wife, Gayle Killilea, her lawyer brought up the bestselling book The Big Short, a(...)


The National Asset Management Agency (Nama), which last week upgraded its lifetime profit forecast to €4 billion, is on track to beat that new project(...)

Sean Dunne leaves the US federal courthouse in New Haven, after giving testimony in his civil trial. Photograph: Douglas Healey

The jury in the US civil trial of bankrupt property development tycoon Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea were locked in deliberations for a third(...)

Lot 58: ‘Low Water, Spring-Tide, Clifden’ by Jack B Yeats, €40,000-€60,000 Adam’s

Two forthcoming Irish art sales will feature a great mix of contemporary and period artworks from both Irish and international artists. Adam’s on St (...)

Permanent TSB chief executive Jeremy Masding apologised to customers for the tracker mortgage scandal. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

If you’re a banker, the timing this week of the fine imposed by the Central Bank of Ireland on Permanent TSB – its biggest ever – was unfortunate, to (...)

Permanent TSB on Thursday became the first lender to be fined by the Central Bank over the tracker mortgage scandal. Photograph: Alan Betson

Banks in the Republic face fines of up to ¤350 million for the tracker-mortgage scandal on the basis of the first case to be settled by the Central Ba(...)

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