Declan Ganley

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Denis O’Brien is suing Red Flag and a number of people who worked for it over the contents of a dossier which he says Red Flag prepared on him in an effort to injure his commercial and business interests. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Denis O’Brien has been refused access to communications about him between journalists and politicians and the public relations company Red(...)

Emmanuel Macron, then  French economy minister, and Philippe De Villiers  during a show at the Puy du Fou theme park in 2016. File photograph: AFP/Getty

In one of the more curious episodes of the Covid-19 saga, French president Emmanuel Macron has sided with right-wing traditionalist Catholic and Euros(...)

Declan Ganley (above) wanted the court to decide whether the claim against him was statute barred as it was brought some two-and-a-half years after the initial proceedings. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Businessman Declan Ganley has failed in a bid to have the High Court determine a number of issues before the full hearing of billionaire Denis O’Brien(...)

Denis O’Brien: The data commissioner’s investigation is linked to a long-running legal action by Mr O’Brien against Red Flag. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Data Protection Commission has ruled that Dropbox, the online data storage and sharing company, unlawfully shared private data held by two employe(...)

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The High Court has been asked to direct a trial of preliminary issues with a view to preventing Denis O’Brien pursuing various claims against Declan G(...)

John McGuirk, editor of Gript, which was founded last year as ‘a platform for views which challenge establishment thinking’.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

A news website established and funded by anti-abortion campaigners has struck a commercial agreement with a Canadian company found to have broken priv(...)

Then minister for communications Michael Lowry (centre) with Telenor Mobile chief executive Kare Gustad and Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Eric Luke

Documents detailing communications between businessman Denis O’Brien and others relating to the award of the second mobile phone licence in 1996 must (...)

Galway businessman Declan Ganley’s Rivada Networks is behind a plan for the US telecoms sector that is being promoted by former White House deputy chief of staff Karl Rove

AIB is ramping up preparations for its latest sale of toxic debt, code-naming the process Project Alder, with sources suggesting the value of the loan(...)

Former White House deputy chief of staff Karl Rove, who is promoting a Rivada Networks plan for the US telecoms sector. Photograph: Michael Kovac/Getty Images

Galway businessman Declan Ganley’s Rivada Networks is behind a plan for the US telecoms sector that is being promoted by former White House deputy chi(...)

RTÉ may cross-examine businessman Declan Ganley over deficiencies in his discovery of documents for his defamation action over a Prime Time programme broadcast in 2008. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

RTÉ may cross-examine businessman Declan Ganley over deficiencies in his discovery of documents for his defamation action over a Prime Time programme (...)

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