Mr O Moore

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Conroy Gold shareholder Patrick O Sullivan at the company’s egm in August. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The issuing of shares last Friday by Conroy Gold should have no effect on the issue of legal costs, the High Court heard on Wednesday. The case invo(...)

Conroy Gold chairman Prof Richard Conroy. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Conroy Gold chairman Prof Richard Conroy did not abuse his power when he blocked the election of shareholder Patrick O’Sullivan and two others to the (...)

Founder and chairman of Conroy Gold and Natural Resources Richard Conroy at the company’s recent egm. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A case being brought by a dissident shareholder in listed Irish exploration group Conroy Gold to prevent his shareholding from being diluted will be h(...)

A senior AIB official said was not given a reason at the time of his suspension from the bank in 2012. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A senior official in AIB’s Galway business centre was given ten minutes to clear his desk and “frog-marched” from the building, the Employment Appeals(...)

Former RSA Ireland chief executive Philip Smith. He  “had to be a fall guy to satisfy the various outside interests”, his barrister claimed. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) heard yesterday that Philip Smith, the former chief executive of RSA Ireland, was made the “fall guy” for wid(...)

Dublin city councillors have described a suggestion to increase clamping fees by €50 as “crazy”

Dublin city councillors have described a suggestion to increase clamping fees by €50 as “crazy”.At a meeting of the council’s Transport Strategic Poli(...)

Coillte had claimed transfer of the remaining €23 million under obligations in a trust deed of 2000 and a December 2009 funding proposal for the scheme was contingent on the sale of immature forests which required State approval, but the trustees insisted no such contingency was set out in the funding proposal.

An action over a €23 million deficit in the pension scheme of State forestry body Coillte Teoranta, affecting 2,000 people, has been settled at the(...)

In closing arguments on behalf of businessman Denis O’Brien in the High Court, Darren Lehane said people would have had to be “living under a rock” not to realise that Mr O’Brien contested vigorously that he was in any way involved with corruption in the matter. Photograph: David Sleator

Allegations of corruption in the process resulting in the State’s second mobile phone licence being awarded to Esat Digifone are of such public import(...)

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