Michael O’Leary of Ryanair: the airline has “intensified”  plan to capture a larger share of the business flyer market. Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images

Cerberus write-off The Sunday Times reports that Patrick Kearney, one of the so-called Maple 10 investors who took part in a scheme to buy shares in (...)

St Pat’s, Maghera, captain Conor Glass lifts the MacRory Cup after victory over St Paul’s, Bessbrook, in Armagh.Photograph: Stephen Hamilton/Inpho

MACRORY CUP FINAL St Pat’s, Maghera 5-7 St Paul’s, Bessbrook 1-9 St Pat’s, Maghera, justified their favourites tag in yesterday afternoon’s Danske(...)

Court appearance: Former Anglo banker David Drumm faces 33 charges  including creating  a  false and misleading impression and giving unlawful financial assistance. Photograph: Thinkstock

David Drumm, of 73 Old Colony road, Wellesley, Massachusetts, US. Date of birth: November 7th, 1966 That you the said accused did on diverse days bet(...)

An action against Davy stockbrokers over allegedly negligently advising a businessman to sell investment bonds for around €5.58 million, which he claimed was a significant undervalue, has settled

An action against Davy stockbrokers over allegedly negligently advising a businessman to sell investment bonds for around €5.58 million, which he clai(...)

Derry 0-11 Donegal 0-10 A top class display from the Aussie-bound Conor Glass was the main reason Derry advanced to the Ulster final. Donegal had the (...)

Judge Martin Nolan: he said it was “very difficult to see how these monies could ever be in the ordinary course of business since the main purpose of the share purchase was to stabilise the share price”

In the weeks and months leading up to the Anglo trial, two major concerns were aired continually . The first was that it would be imposs(...)

Borrowings from some of the North’s best-known developers, including Patrick Kearney,  are included in the Nama sale. Mr Kearney is one of 10 developers known as the Maple 10 who acquired shares in Anglo Irish Bank in 2008. Photograph:  Laura Creamer/Property Week

Bidders for the National Asset Management Agency’s entire Northern Ireland loan book have been told it will cost a minimum of €1 billion to buy the(...)