It had been hoped that the new management team – led by chief executive Sean Corkery (pictured) and chief financial officer Niall O’Sullivan – would have been able to publish a set of audited accounts for 2019 before now. Photograph: Tom Honan

US billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who has had a love-hate relationship with airline stocks over the years, told shareholders in his Berkshire Ha(...)

Datalex shares were suspended in Dublin in May as it failed to publish its 2018 results by a regulatory deadline.

Datalex, the travel retail software company hit by an accounting scandal earlier this year, is in mediation with Lufthansa after the German airline mo(...)

Sean Corkery: joined the board in April as deputy chairman as the company grappled with the fallout of accounting irregularities that emerged three months earlier. Photograph: Tom Honan

Datalex’s new chief executive told a shareholder meeting on Thursday that its former auditors, Ernst & Young (EY), were “conspicuous” by their abs(...)

Datalex chief executive Sean Corkery. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

The acting chief executive of beleaguered travel software provider Datalex has been appointed to the role on a permanent basis. Sean Corkery, previo(...)

Datalex acting chief executive Sean Corkery at the company’s agm on Tuesday, where shareholders agreed to adjourn discussion of Datalex’s 2018 financial statements to October 3rd. Photograph: Tom Honan

Former management at troubled travel software developer Datalex misled the board, according to the group’s acting chief executive, Sean Corkery. Res(...)

A board-commissioned review published in May confirmed that there had been ‘significant accounting irregularities’ at Datalex last year. File photograph: Getty

Troubled travel software maker Datalex believes earnings for this year could dip or grow by up to $1 million (€900,000). Datalex said on Monday it ex(...)

Dermot Desmond, Datalex’s major shareholder. Datalex is a travel retail software company. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Datalex, the travel retail software company grappling with an accounting scandal, is set to lose its biggest and most problematic contract, a project (...)

Troubled travel software firm Datalex is so short of cash it will need to tap its main shareholder Dermot Desmond for a credit line for the second time in recent months to tide it over ahead of a planned share sale. Photograph: iStock

Not since the then-failing Anglo Irish Bank published its 2008 accounts just over a decade ago has an Irish plc pushed out an annual report that conta(...)

The real mess will be net income level

Datalex shares, suspended since late April after the company failed to publish full-year figures by a regulatory deadline, will have a lot of catching(...)

Generator operates a hostel in Smithfield, Dublin

Dónal Rooney, the senior executive who uncovered significant accounting irregularities at the Dermot Desmond-backed travel software company Datalex, h(...)

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