Items from the interior of the Residence Club in Dublin which will be auctioned in March. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

Fixtures and fittings from Residence, a private member’s club on Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green are among the items to be sold in what as “Ireland’s larg(...)

Residence on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin is due to  reopen in the spring with an “all-inclusive” bar and restaurant on the site. Photograph: Kenneth O’Halloran

The Dublin venues Residence and Restaurant 41 on St Stephen’s Green will be closed for the next couple of months as its new owners fully refurbish the(...)

Both Cardinal Capital and BlueBay Capital have made debt repayments of €27.9 million and €19.9 million but it is not clear who the beneficiaries of these payments are. Photograph: Thierry Roge/Reuters

Private equity firms working with the State are using a tax minimisation structure to reduce their tax bills to just €250 a year, according to a repor(...)

Pia Bang Stokes: debts written off in  personal insolvency arrangement. Photograph: Collins

The High Court has approved the write-off of about €12 million in debt owed by Pia Bang Stokes and her husband, Jeffrey Stokes, who previously ran the(...)

Gary and Paul O’Donovan celebrate winning silver. Photograph: ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

The internet has gone mad for two rowing Irish brothers – that’s rowing as in boats, not bickering – and their unpretentious, down-to-earth banter. S(...)

Simon Stokes, pictured leaving the Four Courts after a previous High Court hearing. Photograph: Collins

BANKRUPT businessman Simon Stokes appeared briefly in person in the High Court today as part of his official bankruptcy process. Less than 20 seconds(...)

The Stokes family was behind the well-known Unicorn restaurant, while the brothers operated the exclusive Residence club on St Stephen’s Green

Bankrupt businessman Simon Stokes’s estranged wife Conach has told the High Court she wants to be added to his list of creditors as part of his bankru(...)

Well known: the Clarendon Inn

Brothers James and Edward Dunne, owners of the Carrig Brewing Company in Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim, have outbid 14 others to buy the well- known Clarendo(...)

The Clarendon Inn  was bought in 1992 for €1.2 million by Christian and Simon Stokes who went on to redevelop it

A bar off Dublin’s Grafton Street redeveloped at considerable expense during the property boom to attract a youthful clientele has been sold by a rece(...)

Clarendon Inn at Clarendon Street: to be sold on the instructions of receiver Declan Taite of Duff & Phelps.

Another Dublin city bar bought at the peak of the property boom for €7 million is back on the market at more than €1.6 million. John Ryan of CBRE is s(...)

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