An RTÉ News report concerning the banking relationship between Denis O’Brien and Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), which has prompted a Hig(...)

Post Publications investor and chief executive Paul Cooke (right) with acting editor Pat Leahy

The Sunday Business Post has advertised for a new editor using a large graphic of a QR code, which interested candidates can scan to their phones t(...)

Sunday Business Post editor Cliff Taylor.

The editor of the Sunday Business Post, Cliff Taylor, is stepping down after 10 years in the role. Political journalist Pat Leahy, the deputy e(...)

Vincent Browne. Photograph: Brian McEvoy

The media firm owned by journalist Vincent Browne further reduced its accumulated losses by €135,831 last year, new figures show. Account(...)

For its burnt freelance contributors, the creditors’ meeting for Post Publications Ltd, publisher of the Sunday Business Post, was marked by a depr(...)

A series of creditors meetings were held yesterday to consider the proposed sale of the Sunday Business Post for €2.75 million to investors led by media executive Paul Cooke.

An examiner will present his report on the rescue package for the Sunday Business Post newspaper to the High Court today.A series of creditors meeting(...)

Broadcaster Vincent Browne is set to lose a five-figure sum as a result of the Sunday Business Post’s financial predicament

Creditors of the Sunday Business Post publisher Post Publications Ltd will be paid about €211,000 – a fraction of what they are owed – under the deal (...)

The Sunday Business Post on Harcourt Street, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The examiner for Post Publications Ltd, the publisher of the Sunday Business Post, is due to give a key update to the High Court today on efforts to (...)

Alan Crosbie, chairman of Thomas Crosbie Holdings

A judge has been asked to order a printing company to provide security for the legal costs of its action over the loss of a valuable multi-year agreem(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: complained about the amount of detail being provided in support of the application to extend protection for the ‘Sunday Business Post’ to 100 days. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan/Collins

The High Court has extended protection for the Sunday Business Post to the maximum period a(...)

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