Alan Crosbie

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Sinead Heaney, director of the new €75 million fund for export-focused SME’s at the BDO office in Dublin. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

“Premature sell-out of businesses is an issue here,” muses Sinead Heaney, founding director of the €75 million BDO Development Capital Fund. Sh(...)

A new € 75 million fund has been launched to support established Irish companies targeting significant revenue and jobs growth through export m(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: said he was satisfied to appoint as official liquidator Tom Kavanagh, of Kavanagh Fennell, the nominee of Webprint Concepts Ltd, owed some €2.3m by TCP, which has sued TCP and others over the loss of its printing contract for TCH titles.

The High Court has made orders winding up Thomas Crosbie Printers Ltd but refused to accept the company’s nominee as official liquidator and has appoi(...)

Webprint’s  main legal action before the Commercial Court over the loss of its  newspaper printing contract will not get under way until the Supreme Court has decided the appeal in relation to security for costs. Photograph:  Daragh McSweeney/Provision

A printing company suing over the loss of a valuable contract to publish several newspapers in the former Thomas Crosbie Holdings (TCH) group and whic(...)

 Alan Crosbie. Photograph: Paddy Barker

A printing company which claims it lost a valuable contract to publish newspapers in the former Thomas Crosbie Holdings media group following a “pre-p(...)

Alan Crosbie, chairman of Thomas Crosbie Holdings

A judge has been asked to order a printing company to provide security for the legal costs of its action over the loss of a valuable multi-year agreem(...)

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte said the new public service broadcasting charge, which will replace the current licence fee, is unlikely to be ready until next year but could end up bringing in more revenue than the present licence fee. Photograph: David Sleator

The new public service broadcasting charge cannot be seen as a panacea for all the difficulties of Irish media, the Minister for Communications(...)

The name plate of the Harcourt Street offices for the The Sunday Business Post and The Irish Examiner. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The former chairman of Thomas Crosbie Holdings (TCH) Alan Crosbie has said that he did not have the financial resources to invest in the compan(...)