Brian Mccarthy

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Dundalk’s Sami Ben Amar celebrates scoring a goal with his team mates. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Patrick Hoban scored his first FAI Cup goals in almost three years as Dundalk crushed non-league St Mochta’s 5-1 to advance to the last eight. After(...)

Tommy Bryne in his back garden. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Living next to Dublin’s high-rise developments can be tough, with a lack of sunshine combining with almost constant noise and incessant dust On (...)

Taxamo founder and chief executive John McCarthy.

Co Kerry fintech Taxamo, which is led by John McCarthy, a son of the Fexco founder Brian McCarthy, has been acquired in a $200 million (€165.5 million(...)

Monument Valley is home to the Navajo Nation, who have been badly affected by coronavirus. Photograph: Eric Baradat/AFP

Few places in the world have been as devastated by coronavirus as the Navajo Nation which spans part of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico in the southweste(...)

“We are mortgaging our children’s future as we rack up enormous levels of debt to fill this self-created hole in our public finances,” says Fexco’s Denis McCarthy.

The head of global financial services company Fexco has hit out at the Government’s handling of Covid-19. Fexco chief executive Denis McCarthy says (...)

The Kansas City Chief are the current Super Bowl champions after their win over the San Francisco 49ers in Miami. Photograph: Getty

The 10-year labour agreement between the NFL and players union that was ratified on March 15th is filled with dozens of incremental changes, most nota(...)

Taxamo founder and chief executive John McCarthy

Kerry fintech Taxamo has agreed a new multimillion euro deal with Deloitte that it says is a “ game-changer” for the company. The Kilorglin-based com(...)

Bobby’s on Baggot Street has launched new soup and a sandwich lunch menu

Soup and a sambo, but more interesting The soup and a sandwich meal just went up several notches in interest and quality with the arrival of lunchtim(...)

Fexco, founded and led by executive chairman Brian McCarthy, bought 75 per cent of Goodbody eight years ago from AIB in a deal worth €24 million. Photograph: Alan Betson

It didn’t take long. Less than four months after Goodbody Stockbrokers and its majority owner Fexco pulled out of a deal to sell the 142-year-old firm(...)

Kerry-based financial services company Fexco bought 75 per cent of Goodbody eight years ago from AIB in a deal worth €24 million. Photograph: iStock

J Goodbody Stockbrokers and its majority owner Fexco are in fresh talks with a number of interested parties that could see all or part of the busines(...)

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