Dermot Desmond

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The pandemic has presented Ireland with an opportunity to wipe its slate clean and make fundamental changes.

Now that we know we can do things differently when we have to, we asked leading experts and specialists across a range of sectors for changes that wil(...)

Seán Dunne bought Walford in 2005 for €57 million.

An appeal by a company owned by developer Seán Dunne’s son John Dunne over a €1.4 million stamp duty bill on the 2013 sale of the house “Walford” on S(...)

The Canary Wharf financial district in London. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

European stocks ended at a record high on Friday as weak US jobs data pointed to lower chances of early monetary policy tightening by the Federal Rese(...)

Dermot Desmond has agreed to keep the additional €10 million credit line in place for Datalex until the end of 2022.

Datalex, the travel retail software group for airlines and one-time darling of the Irish stock market, has faced its fair share of headwinds in recent(...)

Dermot Desmond . Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Datalex, the travel retail software provider to airlines, launched a €25 million equity raise on Friday as it seeks to get funding to repay expensive(...)

Yesreb had argued it was liable for only €270,000 on the sale of Walford, located on Shrewsbury Road in Dublin 4

A company owned by bankrupt developer Seán Dunne’s son John Dunne is liable for €1.4 million in stamp duty on the 2013 sale of what was once the count(...)

Datalex chief executive Sean Corkery at the company’s agm in 2019. Photograph: Tom Honan

Businessman Dermot Desmond has agreed another extension on €11.3 million on loans to Datalex in order to give the loss-making travel retail software (...)

Dermot Desmond owns 29.8 per cent of Datalex. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Datalex, the travel retail software provider to airlines, is understood to be planning to approach the market for more than €25 million of equity in J(...)

Denis O’Brien experienced a rise in his net worth, according to Forbes.

It has been a good year for Irish billionaires with a new ranking showing that most of them saw a rise in their fortunes. Forbes’ Billionaires List, (...)

The Five Guys outlet on South Great George’s Street, Dublin. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Losses at the company behind the Five Guys franchise in the State more than halved to €504,645 last year, as the business deals with the impact of Cov(...)

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