An insolvent concrete and quarrying company is to go into receivership after efforts to come up with a survival plan failed, the High Court has been told

An insolvent concrete and quarrying company is to go into receivership after efforts to come up with a survival plan failed, the High Court has been t(...)

Bill Cullen leaving the Four Courts in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Collins/Courts

Businessman Bill Cullen has told the Commercial Court there is “no doubt” his €11.5 million debt to Ulster Bank will be cleared and he became “so i(...)

Dr Anthony O’Reilly. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

One-time billionaire businessman Dr Anthony O’Reilly, now being sued by Allied Irish Banks for €22m, told the bank earlier this month he had disposed (...)

There had been no further claims on the fund since the last report on the company was presented to court in June, counsel said.

The administration of the Quinn Insurance company is expected to end in 2016, the High Court has been told by the joint administrators. No further mon(...)

The High Court has approved the sale of some of the assets of the country’s second largest Ford dealership in a deal that it is hoped will save the jobs of more than half of the 70 employees.

The High Court has approved the sale of some of the assets of the country’s second largest Ford dealership in a deal that it is hoped will save the jo(...)

High rents were “a significant problem” for fashion retailer A-Wear with rent at its Grafton Street store in central Dublin accounting for 28 per cent of its revenues, according to counsel. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The fashion retailer A-Wear, which employs 350 staff, has entered interim examinership in an attempt to force its landlords to reduce rents at its mor(...)

Monsoon Accessorize garments being modelled in Dublin. Mr Justice Brian McGovern has today appointed Declan McDonald of PriceWaterhouseCoopers as examiner to Monsoon Accessorize Ireland Ltd to enable the implementation of a restructuring plan to secure its future. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The women's clothing and accessories chain, Monsoon Accessorize, needs to close a minimum of 10 of its 18 stores if it is to have a reasonable (...)