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  Island Capital Management Ltd is challenging a ruling by Mr Justice Brian Cregan concerning the treatment of certain documents

The State investigation into the purchase of construction services group Siteserv will ask the High Court for permission to refer to evidence put befo(...)

Catherine Murphy outside the Dail last month. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

In April, Independent TD Catherine Murphy called on the Government to order a full independent inquiry into a number of IBRC transactions, including t(...)

Former Department of Finance secretary general John Moran (left) has denied a claim by former IBRC chairman Alan Dukes (right) that he sought an executive position at IBRC prior to taking up his role at the department. Photographs: Alan Betson and Nick Bradshaw.

The controvery over the sale of Siteserv and deals involving the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation continued on Saturday with former Department of Fin(...)

Alan Dukes at the press conference in Dublin he organised to discuss the ongoing controversy over Siteserv. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

IBRC rejected a proposal to appoint the Department of Finance’s most senior civil servant to the board of the troubled bank, with chairman Alan Dukes (...)

Denis O’Brien:  investor in Spritz.   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

An Irish- and American- backed speed-reading technology start-up has signed a major advertising deal with chip giant Intel in eight Asian countries (...)

Spritz said it had already closed the first $1 million of this round, with backing from Denis O’Brien and a number of other angel investors. Photograph: David Sleator

Spritz, a technology start-up backed by telecoms billionaire Denis O’Brien, is close to sealing a $3.5 millio(...)

Telecom billionaire Denis O’Brien has taken a minority stake in Spritz, a US technology start-up. Photograph: David Sleator

Telecom billionaire Denis O’Brien has taken a minority stake in Spritz, a US technology start-up, which makes reading easier and faster on mobi(...)

Blackstone came to fame as a buyout firm under chief executive Stephen Schwarzman and is now a financial colossus overseeing $265 billion.  Photograph: Munshi Ahmed/Bloomberg

Bankers have been blanketing Ireland in search of cheap assets and lucrative deals, and few firms have been as aggressive as the Blackstone Group. (...)

Mike Aynsley, former IBRC chief executive, had a notice period of 12 months. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Three former executives at the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation are to take legal proceedings against their former employer for payment of their noti(...)