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Seán Dunne purchased the former Berkeley Court and Jurys hotels in Ballsbridge in 2005 as the boom peaked. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Blackstone is looking to position itself for a future tilt at the prime Ballsbridge hotel assets bought for €380 million by Seán Dunne, after it emerg(...)

Gavin Slark, chief executive officer of the Grafton Group. Photograph: Alan Betson

Grafton Group, the building materials group that yesterday reported interim revenues of more than €1 billion and increased operating profits, has hi(...)

CRH chief executive Myles Lee said the second half would remain “challenging” in Europe. Photograph: Alan Betson

This year represents the nadir of the collapse in the Irish construction industry, and growth in the sector should pick up next year, according to My(...)

Amec, a British rival of Kentz, and the German M+W Group both confirmed yesterday that they had made approaches about a possible buyout of Kentz, whic(...)

Michael Gill said operations at Gill and Macmillan, which employs about 70 staff in Dublin, would be  unaffected by the move. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Gill family, who have been involved in educational publishing in Ireland since the 1830s, are to take full control of the school books supplier Gi(...)

The Merrion Hotel. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The directors of the Merrion Hotel, which is considered to be Dublin’s most luxurious five-star property, are pressing ahead with a major expansion pl(...)

A sharp jump in the cost base at JP Morgan’s International Financial Services Centre unit wiped out more than half its profits last year. Photograph: Peter Foley/Bloomberg

A sharp jump in the cost base at JP Morgan’s International Financial Services Centre unit wiped out more than half its profits last year, according to(...)

In a recent submission to the council about future development of the 66-acre zone, comprising Grand Canal Dock on the south bank of the Liffey and North Lotts on the opposite side, the IDA urged the council to show more “flexibility” or Dublin risked losing out on foreign direct investment to competing cities. Photograph: David Sleator

IDA Ireland is at odds with Dublin City Council over proposed restrictions to limit the height of skyscrapers in a special economic zone planned for t(...)

 Philanthropist Chuck Feeney: has donated $6.5 billion worldwide and will cease his activities in Ireland by 2020. Photograph: Alan Betson

Atlantic Philanthropies, which makes charitable donations on behalf of its founder Chuck Feeney, has granted €14.85 million to State agency Pobal t(...)

 Bank of Ireland’s Andrew Keating and Richie Boucher at the launch of BoI’s interim results  yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Bank of Ireland (BOI) is working on a strategy to avoid accruing an additional €445 million “step-up” payment to the Government, if it fails to pay ba(...)

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