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Directors at the collapsed engineering giant Carillion were too busy “stuffing their mouths with gold” to worry about the workers and should face the possibility of disqualification, according to a scathing report by MPs. Photograph: PA

British MPs have demanded the big four accountancy firms be referred to competition authorities for potential break-up following the collapse of gover(...)

A Carillion sign is removed from a crane in London after the UK construction and outsourcing group announced its liquidation in January 2017. Photograph: Daniel Sorabji/AFP/Getty Images

When the construction and outsourcing firm Carillion hurtled headlong into insolvency in January, it was one of the biggest corporate collapses ever s(...)

The assessment by Dublin City Council’s housing department that it would be too risky to use PPPs to rebuild its 6,400 outmoded flats runs contrary to Government policy. Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin City Council would be left exposed to “another Carillion-type collapse” if it uses Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) to regenerate dilapidated(...)

Carillion went to the wall owing £7bn to creditors, making it one of the biggest failures in the history of British construction. Photograph: Getty Images

The State agency responsible for overseeing public building projects is due this month to meet some of those caught in the fallout from British constr(...)

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley, who is set to benefit from the company’s multi-million euro founder share scheme. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

It was an eventful day in the High Court for Independent News & Media as it opposed an application by the State’s corporate watchdog to appoint i(...)

Sammon had been working for the UK operator on the construction of five schools in counties Kildare, Meath and Wexford

Kildare-based builder BAM is likely to win the contract to complete five schools left unfinished by the collapse of British construction group Carilli(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien, who owns radio station Newstalk and is INM’s biggest shareholder.

It’s a dispute that dates back two years, but only now is the true scale and far-reaching implications of one of the Republic’s most extraordinary co(...)

Collapsed UK construction giant Carillion owed Irish group Sammon Contracting €8 million for work done on stalled school-building projects in the Repu(...)

Sammon Contracting founder and chief executive Miceál Sammon confirmed that Carillion’s liquidation had forced his company into examinership. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Collapsed UK construction giant Carillion owed Irish group Sammon Contracting €8 million for work done on stalled school-building projects in the Rep(...)

Miceál Sammon, chief executive of the Sammon Group, left, with Minister for Education  Richard Bruton and Sean Ashe, chief executive of Kildare / Wicklow Educational Training Board at Maynooth Education Campus and Maynooth Post-Primary School. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Leading Irish building contractor Sammon has been pushed into examinership following the collapse of British construction giant Carillion, the High Co(...)

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