Aiden Moore has appealed the planned biorefinery – which would transform dairy waste products into lactic acid, a building block for biodegradable plastics – to An Bord Pleanála, over fears that it would flood his land
The nuns of the Sisters of Mercy congregation are active lobbyists in many areas, most notably the environment and justice. But the order must also make peace with their own past and the cruelty of the industrial schools, writes Barry J Whyte
A multibillion-dollar Chicago mutual fund has spent more than €1 billion over the past nine mon...
The dispute between O’Carroll and Varadkar centres around the story – broken in The Sunday Business Post – that the state intends to appeal a judgment which saw €2.1 million awarded in compensation to Ruth Morrissey
Total losses from the Cum-Ex trade across Europe have been estimated at €55 billion; Joe Penna was a key figure in the Deutsche Bank unit financing the controversial transactions
Last week, the Irish packaging manufacturer announced that it was spending €81 million to bring its stake in its Colombian subsidiary, Cartón de Colombia, from 69.94 per cent to 97.7 per cent
A gym run by Dirk van der Flier, the father of Ireland rugby star Josh van der Flier, trimmed bac...
Limerick Chamber of Commerce is 'concerned about the reduction in general resources to gardaí in Limerick'
The Central Bank has fired another warning shot across the bows of brass-plate investment firms t...
When diabetes and possible death were staring multimillionaire entrepreneur Pat Phelan in the face, he embarked on a self-improvement programme that radically transformed his physique - just in time for the launch of his new chain of cosmetic clinics.