Jim Barry

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New figures show housing completions in the capital fell by nearly 14 per cent to just 1,628 during the three-month period. This was first fall since 2015.

The Government’s housing strategy is under renewed pressure in the wake of a report showing housebuilding in Dublin stalled in the second quarter of t(...)

Jim Barry,  chief investment officer of  BlackRock Alternative Investors. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Jim Barry, the Irishman promoted earlier this year to investment chief at US asset management giant BlackRock’s alternative investments unit, has no p(...)

Mary Cregan passed away at her home at Rowles, Meelin, near the Limerick-Cork border on Friday. Photograph: Diarmuid Greene

A major fundraiser for cancer services in Limerick went ahead as planned on Friday just hours after the tragic death of the event’s organiser Mary Cre(...)

Ships at anchor in Cork. Image courtesy of the Anthony Barry Photographic Archive

To give the late Anthony Barry his due, he always warned the family when he wanted to use the bathroom. “There were red lights everywhere, and then th(...)

Gerry Cross of the Central Bank of Ireland with Alan Dukes at a roundtable  discussion on Brexit earlier this year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish interest in doing business in Asia is growing, according to a leading organisation focused on developing links between the region and this count(...)

Blackrock’s Jim Barry (right) is keen to develop BlackRock’s profile.

As battalions of infrastructure investors prepare to deploy billions of private-sector dollars, Jim Barry commands a small but growing platoon. While(...)

Irish business is considering the implications of Brexit and ensuing uncertainty. Photograph: iStock

On Friday morning medium size business owners found themselves considering everything from millions of euro worth of UK exports to how their employees(...)

Jim Barry: “If you stay in a comfort zone and think this is okay, that is probably the biggest threat”

Jim Barry knows creating a positive team environment is difficult to achieve, but gaining recognition for achieving that at the Mallow-based Barry Gro(...)

Marker Hotel at  Grand Canal Square in Dublin: Tetrarch Capital, its owner, is thinking of floating its hospitality interests on the Dublin stock market, according to the Sunday Times. Photograph: Cyril Byrne
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Tetrarch Capital, which owns the Powerscourt, Marker and Citywest hotels, is undertaking a strategic review of its business in a move that could see i(...)

The winning students visited Dublin City Hall on Wednesday where they were presented with a gold medal by summit patron President Michael D Higgins.  The medal, which features Irish designer, artist and architect Eileen Gray, was awarded to the overall winner in each of the competition’s 25 categories. Photograph: Lucy Nuzum

The Undergraduate Awards summit, which concluded its 2015 meeting in Dublin on Friday, is planning to expand its activities to the seven continents(...)

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