Larry Goodman

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A major push towards legalisation here may come from US and Canadian cannabis corporations who view Ireland as a jump-off point into the EU market. Photograph:  Rungroj Yongrit/EPA

It is inevitable that cannabis will be legalised in Ireland in the coming years. It may take five years or even longer for the prohibition to be fully(...)

Maurice Pratt. chairman Uniphar with Daryl Byrne, chief executive of Euronext Dublin, and Ger Rabbette. chief executive, Uniphar at the bell ringing ceremony at Euronext Dublin.

Timing the stock market is mug’s game, as Maurice Pratt might say. The then C&C chief executive had to abandon a flotation of the cider maker in(...)

The London-headquartered company could look to offload up to 50 per cent of Green Reit’s property portfolio once it secures ownership. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

UK property company Henderson Park Capital is weighing up the sale of certain assets within the Green Reit portfolio following the completion of its €(...)

Gordon Dunne, far left, has already stepped away from his duties at the Mater hospital in Dublin. An interim chief executive, Alan Sharp, has been appointed. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The chief executive of the Mater hospital in Dublin, which is among the busiest public hospitals in the State, is leaving to work for businessman Larr(...)

Green Reit became the first real-estate investment trust to float on the Irish stock market in 2013, before going on to amass a €1.48bn portfolio of prime office, logistics and development assets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

UK property company Henderson Park is on track to agree to acquire Green Reit this week, hastening the stock-market exit of the first real-estate trus(...)

Farmers say for every €10 of beef bought off the shelves, the farmer gets €2, the processor gets €2.90 and the supermarket gets €5.10. Photograph: Todd Korol/Reuters

For Hugh Doyle, farmer protests that have been crippling meat factories around the country are nothing less than a last-gasp fight for the very surviv(...)

Larry Goodman:  it is at his exploits in the healthcare industry, the trio of Irish private hospitals in which he is involved, where we have witnessed the full breadth of his approach to business. File photograph: Alan Betson

In reporting the affairs of media-shy Irish billionaires, those of Dermot Desmond and, in particular, Denis O’Brien garner most attention. They are th(...)

 Larry Goodman:  reached an agreement last year to buy out Sean Mulryan’s one-third stake, which would give him majority control of the hospital. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall

A boardroom row at the Larry Goodman and Sean Mulryan-backed Hermitage Clinic in Dublin has deepened, after an associate of Mr Goodman’s wrote to the (...)

In his legal letter, Eamonn Fitzgerald said he was approached by Larry Goodman (above) with a buyout offer that would allow him to afford ‘significant lifestyle changes’. File photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

The chief executive of a Dublin medical facility, the Hermitage Clinic, whose investors include businessmen Larry Goodman and Sean Mulryan, claims he (...)

The site of Green Reit Plc at Molesworth and Dawson Street. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Green Reit appears to be edging closer to the end of its life as a listed company, six years after floating on the stock market, as final bids for the(...)

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