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Investment bank Lazard is reviewing the bids for Quinn Glass which is based in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh and Cheshire, England. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Nine initial bids have been received for the former Quinn Glass, the most valuable part of the manufacturing group built by entrepreneur Sean Quinn. (...)

Lazard, the international investment bank, is handling the sale of Quinn Glass which was renamed Encirc at the start of the year. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The sales process for the former Quinn Glass, the most valuable part of the manufacturing empire built by entrepreneur Seán Quinn, has entered its sec(...)

Developer Bernard McNamara: to oversee €20 million expansion of the K Club. Photograph: Collins

Dr Michael Smurfit has applied for planning permission to expand the K Club, in a €20 million project to be overseen by Bernard McNamara, the well-(...)

George Bilicic, global head of power at Lazard, said: “We used to say some day solar and wind power would be competitive with conventional generation. Well, now it is some day.”

Large wind farms and solar plants are now cost-competitive with gas-fired power in many parts of the US even without subsidy, according to investment (...)

GlaxoSmithKline said last week it had received “very significant” indicative bids from private equity companies. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Private equity groups are exploring a $10 billion (€7.4 billion) plan to buy hundreds of older drug brands from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Sanofi and m(...)

Reynolds American is to buy rival Lorillard for $25 billion, merging two of the world’s biggest cigarette makers in a deal that includes the sale of (...)

British discount retailer B&M is to be valued at up to £2.9 billion in its London share flotation. Photograph: Thinkstock

British discount retailer B&M is to be valued at up to £2.9 billion in its London share flotation, making it one of the biggest UK retail listings(...)

Fatface has pulled its planned London listing, raising fears a window for flotations may be closing.

Clothing chain Fat Face is pulling the plug on its planned £110 million listing in London, citing poor equity market conditions, and adding to signs(...)

London City Island Phase II is anisland-style neighbourhood on the Leamouth Peninsula, in close proximity to Canary Wharf and strategically situated for rail, road and air links. The development has been designed to complement the neighbouring business district with a premium residential offering of c. 1,145 units. Phase I has already commenced.

Ballymore property development and investment group, led by Sean Mulryan, is looking for a joint venture partner to finance and develop three large(...)

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(...)

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