Ed Micheau

Ed Micheau

Barry and Mike Maloney: The ties that bind

Barry and Mike Maloney: The ties that bind

Their interest in racing was stoked by their late father, who brought them over to Cheltenham year after year

The going is good for Gordon Elliott

The going is good for Gordon Elliott

He says he’s an outsider to take the Irish National Hunt trainers’ table, but the Meath racing supremo is in flying form

It caught us off-guard, but should Gigginstown loss have been a surprise?

It caught us off-guard, but should Gigginstown loss have been a surprise?

Willie Mullins's stables will lose more than €1 million a year

What Mourinho can learn from the top CEOs

What Mourinho can learn from the top CEOs

With José Mourinho landing his dream job as Manchester United manager, can he build a lasting legacy?

Invested: Slow start for Ferrari means a long race ahead

Invested: Slow start for Ferrari means a long race ahead

Iconic Italian carmaker’s stock market debut zoomed off the grid seven months ago - but things haven’t quite gone as planned

'What makes a good horse rider? It’s all hands and balance and brain'

'What makes a good horse rider? It’s all hands and balance and brain'

Enda Bolger was nervous appearing alongside his hero Bruce Springsteen. But Cheltenham is his true stage

Invested: New Adidas chief gears up for long race ahead

Invested: New Adidas chief gears up for long race ahead

Adidas’s incoming chief executive Kasper Rorsted is a stock market darling, but he will need all of his corporate wiles to keep the German sportswear giant ticking over, writes Ed Micheau

Star Wars lends Disney some Force

Star Wars lends Disney some Force

The company’s latest acquisition is paying off

Wylie operator: Sage tycoon on money, horses and how we can live longer

Wylie operator: Sage tycoon on money, horses and how we can live longer

Businessman rolls out new fitness venture he hopes will add five years to people’s lives

A self-Meade man

A self-Meade man

As he looks forward to Cheltenham, seven-time National Hunt Champion trainer Noel Meade talks hats, horses and bouncing back from the recession

The Sunday Interview: Barry Connell

The Sunday Interview: Barry Connell

Stockbroker, former jump jockey and now owner of top-class horses, Barry Connell knows his way around risk and success, writes Ed Micheau.

Prince of turf

Prince of turf

The fourth generation of a sporting dynasty is set to win the Irish Amateur Jockey Championship for the sixth consecutive year and has high hopes for Cheltenham.

Davy deal may prompt others

Davy deal may prompt others

Davy Stockbrokers hopes to be in a position to complete a €340 million management buyout (MBO) from Bank of Ireland before the end of the year.

Trinity Biotech earnings rise 27% during third quarter

Trinity Biotech earnings rise 27% during third quarter

Trinity Biotech produced something of a curate’s egg last week when it announced a 27 per cent increase in earnings per share in its quarter-three results.

Banking sector and regulator set for showdown

Banking sector and regulator set for showdown

Ireland’s banking industry is on a collision course with the Financial Regulator over the latter’s plans to begin a formal review process of the controversial area of compliance statements.