QIH chief executive Liam McCaffrey said the group expects “strong earnings growth” next year.

Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH), the industrial conglomerate formerly controlled by Seán Quinn, increased profits by 59 per cent last year as sales vo(...)

QIH chief executive, Liam McCaffrey: says the group  drove down costs even as employee numbers rose from 721 to 756 during the year. Photograph: David Sleator

Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH), the group that took over certain manufacturing operations of the former Quinn Group, posted a 62 per cent jump in pro(...)

Seán Quinn: A source close to unfolding events believes Seán Quinn is left with little beyond anger. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

The announcement this week that Seán Quinn had parted ways with the owners of the manufacturing businesses on his old family farm in Derrylin, Co Ferm(...)

Relations between Seán Quinn on one side and the American and Irish investors in the firm comprised of former Quinn Group assets on the other have deteriorated over the last year. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Irish investors in a firm comprised of units from Seán Quinn’s former Fermanagh-based group have strongly backed local management, despite criticism (...)

Former billionaire Seán Quinn, who was recruited as a €500,000-a-year consultant to the firm he used to own, alleged that he has to seek permission in writing to buy lunch for customers. Photograph: Collins

Former billionaire Seán Quinn claims he has faced “an alarmingly high degree of hostility” from individuals who took over the management of divisions(...)