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John Armitage, co-founder of Egerton Capital. Photograph: Geoff Caddick/PA Wire

Forbes’s billionaire listing rarely throw up too many surprises; there may be some jumps and declines in the rankings, but the names tend to be fairly(...)

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has been dropped from the Forbes Rich List after a difficult year for the airline. Photograph:  Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Nine Irish businessmen again feature on the Forbes Rich List this year but not the same nine as in 2018. Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has been droppe(...)

Two  home-builders have floated on the Irish Stock Exchange since the middle of 2015, Cairn Homes and Glenveagh Properties

Former senior AIB finance executive Myles O’Grady has been hired to beef up the management team of a house-builder being lined up for a €300 million-p(...)

Michael O’Leary of Ryanair has become Ireland’s newest billionaire, according to Forbes. Photograph: Collins

High-flying Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has become Ireland’s latest billionaire, earning himself a place on Forbes’s annual billionaire ra(...)

Amaris chief executive John Brennan at the Hilton Garden Inn on Custom House Quay. The hotel has  been sold by Lone Star to LRC Group. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times.

Texan private equity fund Lone Star has sold the final 25 hotels from its Amaris Hospitality portfolio, including the Hilton Garden Inn on Dublin’s Cu(...)

Stripe co-founder John Collison (pictured) and his brother Patrick were added to the list of Irish billionaires last year, according to a report by Oxfam. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A record surge in the number of billionaires globally last year, when one was created every two days, has fuelled an “inequality crisis”, according to(...)

Lone Star will tap international debt markets to refinance hundreds of millions of euro of former Bank of Scotland (Ireland) and Start Mortgages home loans.

Private equity firm Lone Star is poised to tap international debt markets to refinance hundreds of millions of euro of former Bank of Scotland (Irelan(...)

Lone Star Investment Finance saw its operating profit fall to $5.96 million last year from $17.4 million in 2014.

Lone Star’s main Irish entity paid $34.6 million (€31 million) to its parent last year, returning some of the capital it received in recent years to p(...)

 Cruise Park Drive, Tyrrelstown (above). There are three main ways that Irish homeowners and renters may come under the sphere of influence a foreign fund: it becomes your landlord, it becomes your mortgage lender, or, as happened with many Tyrrelstown residents, it becomes your landlord’s lender. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The plight of the 40 Tyrrelstown families who have been told to find new homes, not long after their landlord’s loans were bought by the Wall Street g(...)

For sale: DIT’s Cathal Brugha Street hotel school

The news this week that DIT’s Cathal Brugha Street hotel school is for sale reminded me of the wonderful years I spent there in the late 1990s. The in(...)

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