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Reach, publisher of the Irish Daily Mirror, is buying 50% of the ‘Irish Daily Star’. The other half is owned by ‘Irish Independent’ publisher INM. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Reach, the British newspaper publisher formerly known as Trinity Mirror, has been cleared to buy 50 per cent of the company behind the Irish Daily Sta(...)

Title synergies: “Mirror” publisher Reach now owns the “Daily Star” in the UK, although it awaits clearance for the 50% stake in the “Irish Daily Star”. Photograph: PA

Reach plc is the newish successor to the newspaper publisher that used to be called Trinity Mirror, making it the only FTSE-listed company to share a (...)

 Photograph: Trinity Mirror, now called Reach,  agreed to pay £127 million (€144 million) in cash and shares to buy rival titles The Daily Express and Daily Star. Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The Irish competition authority has decided to carry a “phase two” investigation into the proposed acquisition by the UK’s Trinity Mirror group of a 5(...)

In a note to staff the company said: ‘The Irish Times looks forward to meeting and working with all staff and their representatives to discuss the acquisition.’

The acquisition of the Irish Examiner by The Irish Times has been cleared by Minister for Communications Denis Naughten on media plurality grounds. T(...)

The proposed acquisition of the “Irish Examiner” by The Irish Times DAC has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission and will now be referred to the Minister for Communications for approval on media plurality grounds.

The proposed acquisition of the Irish Examiner by The Irish Times DAC has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) a(...)

Former INM majority shareholder Sir Anthony O’Reilly and pupils from Belvedere College choir at an event held in his honour at Old Belvedere Rugby Club on Saturday. Photograph: Conor Pope

Director of Corporate Enforcement Ian Drennan has expressed concerns about the affairs of Independent News & Media (INM) that extend beyond the sc(...)

In a cost-cutting move, the Guardian Media Group has ditched the distinctive Berliner size after just over 12 years and gone tabloid. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

When the Guardian posted an image of its first tabloid front page on Twitter on Sunday night, one of the pithier verdicts/jokes was “es ist kein Berli(...)

Trinity Mirror’s print advertising and circulation revenues fell by 16 per cent and 7 per cent respectively

Trinity Mirror, publisher of the Daily Mirror tabloid, said on Monday it was seeing signs of stronger demand for advertising in its national titles as(...)

Nike shares rose as much as 9.4 per cent to a three-month high, after the world’s largest footwear maker said it would launch a pilot program with Amazon.com to sell a limited product assortment on its website. Photograph:  Danny Moloshok/Reuters

European markets fell for a fourth consecutive day yesterday as investors remained rattled by hawkish remarks from central bankers earlier this week.(...)

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Monday Results: FBD Holdings, Associated British Foods (trading update), Hertz Global Holdings, Horizon Pharma, Trinity Mirror, UCP. Indicators: Ir(...)

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