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Dermot Desmond holds more than a 21 per cent stake in Datalex. The firm’s revenues are forecast  to grow to more than $100 million  by the end of the decade. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Datalex, the travel software company in which businessman Dermot Desmond holds more than a 21 per cent stake, staged an impressive 13 per cent rally d(...)

Domhnal Slattery of Avolon. The market interest rates on his firm rose on Tuesday.

The market interest rates on Domhnal Slattery-led aircraft leasing company Avolon rose on Tuesday as investors continued to fret about the finances of(...)

Fexco, based in Killorglin, Co Kerry, is taking a substantial stake in Airborne Capital. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Foreign exchange and financial services group Fexco is backing a new aircraft leasing venture, Airborne Capital, that plans to have $5 billion in ass(...)

The largest of the three blocks being developed  at Number One Ballsbridge is to be let entirely to Avolon

* A stylish new development nearing completion in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, looks set to become one of the key venues for Ireland’s thriving aircraft-le(...)

Fallout from the Apple case is causing jitters in the boardrooms of some of Ireland’s biggest companies, as Revenue says its tax “opinions” are valid for only five years. Photograph: Ritchie Tongo/EPA

Fallout from the Apple case is causing jitters in the boardrooms of some of Ireland’s biggest companies, the Sunday Independent reports. In the wake (...)

News of the regulator’s investigations hit shares in some of the companies, which are among China’s biggest blue-chips. Photograph: Reuters

Regulators in China have stepped up their scrutiny of bank lending to local firms engaged in large-scale overseas acquisitions, including HNA, which b(...)

John Boyle founder and CEO of Boylesports. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The founder and chief executive of bookmaker Boylesports, who signalled over the weekend that he plans to retire, is most likely to choose his success(...)

Neria Wang from China at the launch of the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival: Ireland was the fifth-largest market in Europe for Chinese investment in 2016. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Foreign direct investment from China into Ireland surged in 2016 to $2.9 billion (€2.7 billion) from just $10 million a year earlier, according to a s(...)

Irish firms have come through the recession. They are fairly lean and are looking at M&A opportunities with competitors.

The signs are that it will be very much business as usual for mergers and acquisitions activity in the coming year now the markets have absorbed the s(...)

The annual  Global Airfinance Conference is held at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tough new banking rules will increase borrowing costs for the Republic’s aircraft leasing industry, a conference heard on Thursday. Proposed Basel IV(...)

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