John Nagle

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John Nagle set up Red Dot Network in Myanmar when the country began opening its economy. iStock

Red Dot, businessman John Nagle’s Myanmar-based electronic payments company, halted operations in recent weeks, according to local reports. Mr Nagle (...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary posing for media photographs at the airline’s agm in Dublin in 2017. Photograph: Tom Honan.

Ryanair has barred media from attending its main shareholders’ meeting next week in a rare move for an Irish-listed company. The airline, which has (...)

Falmore, which has been vacant for some time, is a lovely property on substantial grounds

The arrival to the market this week of Falmore, a fine Edwardian on two acres in Shankill, Co Dublin marks another milestone in a sorry saga of boom a(...)

Keiran Rabbitt and Karim Ainsworth of Cube Digital: “There are some big global brands – Grab and Uber – that have already come in in the last six months, and some smaller Myanmar digital developers are cutting their teeth. But there’s no one grabbing the mass market with something that’s relevant and localised,” says Rabbitt

When Kieran Rabbitt stepped off a plane and into the heavy Yangon heat four years ago, little did he think he’d still be in Myanmar today, at the cutt(...)

John Nagle, a technology entrepreneur, took  out a €5 million loan from Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank against a  Shankill home so he and his wife could build a house  on Killiney Hill Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin. File photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

The former marital home of business tycoon John Nagle and his wife, Joan, at Falmore, Falls Road, Shankill, Co Dublin, was repossessed on Thursday by (...)

Hendre, a very large three-storey modernist house on a hillside overlooking Killiney Bay, is back on the market less than four years after it sold at (...)

 PrePay Power CEO Andrew Collins. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

To build up one thriving business, practically from scratch, takes a lorry load of effort and no shortage of luck. To do it all over again takes eve(...)

The biggest attraction of Killiney House for the owners when they moved here six years ago was the vast rambling grounds. Standing on 1.75 acres, i(...)

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The agony and the ecstasy of 2013

The financial crisis has certainly taken its toll on Irish business. Businesses have been lost. People have gone bust. Reputations have been damaged. (...)

Walford, Shrewsbury Road, Dublin 4:  €14 million

There was a definite increase in activity on the residential property sales front this year and transaction levels are back where they were three year(...)

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