Denis O Brien

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Insurers are throwing out claims for business interruption because Covid-19 was not specifically listed among the diseases covered or because the infection did not happen on the policyholder’s premises. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Insurance companies are rejecting claims for earnings lost due to coronavirus, even from businesses that paid extra for infectious disease cover, writ(...)

“The Four Courts in Dublin, Ireland. The courts are the Republic of Ireland’s main courts building, housing the supreme court and high court. They were built between 1796 and 1802. UK & Ireland lightbox”

The High Court has been asked to direct a trial of preliminary issues with a view to preventing Denis O’Brien pursuing various claims against Declan G(...)

Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Collins

Businessman Denis O’Brien and two companies are to be given certain documents used in the State corporate watchdog’s application for the appointment o(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien said investing in INM was “the wrong decision”.

Businessman Denis O’Brien, who is personally tax resident in Malta, believes Irish policymakers should prevent the State being used as a “bed and brea(...)

Customers shop at a Digicel store for mobile phones in Savusavu, Fiji

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s Digicel telecoms group is in talks to form a network-sharing partnership with a rival in one of its markets in order to re(...)

Google’s purchase of the Treasury Building follows over two years of negotiations. Photograph: Eric Luke

Google looks set to grow its Dublin-based workforce even further following the completion this week of its €120 million purchase of the Treasury Build(...)

Lucy Gaffney, chairwoman of Communicorp Group, said it ‘did not feel it incumbent on our radio stations to promote a brand new, niche, digital competitor’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Communicorp Group has said it “did not feel it incumbent” on its radio stations to allow journalists from The Currency website on air as contributors,(...)

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald. To support production companies “in places like Limerick, Galway and Waterford”, the party says it will create a fund that will rise to as much as €80 million a year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

With an interim phase of denial, anger and bargaining to muddle through before the Irish government formation game begins in earnest, there’s time to (...)

LinkedIn’s European HQ at Wilton Park will comprise 770,000sq ft  once its current 190,000sq ft Wilton Place office is factored in.

But where will they all live? That’s the common refrain these days whenever there’s an announcement involving the expansion of the Dublin offices of c(...)

‘We’re bakers and we make croissants, and if you come to  our print door, you pay for the croissants. But if you come to the back door, the digital door, we give them away for free’

All respect to Peter Vandermeersch, publisher at Independent News & Media (INM) and overseer of its new digital strategy: he didn’t resort to tire(...)

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