Johnny Rónán

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Bulmers cider maker C&C has been a consistent supporter of and advocate for minimum unit pricing in Ireland since it was first mooted in 2013. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Until the term was ruined by right-wing headbangers, “virtue-signalling” was useful as a descriptor for certain tendencies of the self-righteous gang (...)

Philip Lane, governor of the Central Bank: has warned individual bankers could face sanctions over tracker mortgage abuses. Photograph: Cyril Byrne
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Individual bankers could be sanctioned over tracker mortgage scandal Individual bankers could face sanctions from the Central Bank of Ireland resulti(...)

The Landings: The NTMA is leasing the entire new build next to the Central Bank building –  nearly 143,000sq ft. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has opted for a considerably larger new headquarters than originally planned at the Dublin Landings de(...)

 Treasury Building on Lower Grand Canal Street, Dublin: located in an area with an influx of international companies such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, Accenture and Stripe.  Photograph: Eric Luke

An unusual investment opportunity involving one of Dublin’s best-known office buildings is to be unveiled later this week by agents CBRE when they off(...)

Property developer  Johnny Ronan. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Oireachtas banking inquiry has agreed to water down its final report after two of the country’s biggest developers demanded a series of changes. (...)

The Oireachtas banking inquiry committee met in private session today to discuss letters sent by Johnny Ronan and Michael O’Flynn.

The Oireachtas banking inquiry has agreed to make a number of changes to its final report after receiving correspondance from two developers. The com(...)

The Oireachtas banking inquiry is to discuss legal threats from developers Michael O’Flynn (left) and Johnny Ronan who have separately expressed concerns about the committee’s final report.

An emergency meeting of the Oireachtas banking inquiry to discuss legal threats from two property developers had to be postponed as legal advice was n(...)

Developers Michael O’Flynn (left) and Johnny Ronan  who have  separately  expressed concerns about the final banking inquiry report and threatened legal action.

Two of the country’s largest developers have made fresh legal threats to the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Johnny Ronan and Michael O’Flynn, who are (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny speaking to media on progress made in relation to the Agreed Programme for Government at Government Buildings, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The countdown to the general election has begun with Taoiseach Enda Kenny declaring he has decided on the date. The growing prospect of a legal chall(...)

Top house sales of 2015

DUBLIN 1. Sorrento House, Dalkey: €10.5 million, Sherry FitzGerald and Lisney 2. Strathmore House, Killiney: €7.5 million, Sherry FitzGerald 3. Ca(...)

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