Gavin Sheridan

Gavin Sheridan

Behold Tesla’s self-driving taxi

Behold Tesla’s self-driving taxi

Elon Musk’s latest transport brainchild has plenty of ‘cool’ and ‘fun’ aspects, but that’s not its real purpose

The Honohan Files

The Honohan Files

The correspondence that reveals how the governor pressed for cuts ahead of budgets 2013 and 2014

O’Brien-backed company battles Irish Water hackers

O’Brien-backed company battles Irish Water hackers

A company backed by billionaire Denis O’Brien is being paid substantial sums of money to prote...

Thai tycoon accuses Nama over £250m London building sale

Thai tycoon accuses Nama over £250m London building sale

Letter alleges bidding process was shut down quickly to suit Abu Dhabi rival

Gavin Sheridan: Dizzy from the Fennelly Report spin

Gavin Sheridan: Dizzy from the Fennelly Report spin

The timing and manner of the report’s publication are deeply worrying

More Irish Water contracts for O’Brien, Veolia

More Irish Water contracts for O’Brien, Veolia

GMC Sierra, a division of Siteserv owned by billionaire Denis O’Brien, and Veolia, the French ...

Noonan warned of Nama losses in North

Noonan warned of Nama losses in North

Michael Noonan, the Minister for Finance, was warned in March 2012 by his special advisory group ...

It’s about the public’s right to know

It’s about the public’s right to know

The story of a 2,000-day fight for transparency and accountability which finally ended last week with a victory in the Supreme Court

Revealed: Noonan’s other secret plan for Anglo

Revealed: Noonan’s other secret plan for Anglo

Patrick Honohan, the governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, wrote to Minister for Finance Micha...

Tycoon Ricci wrote to Noonan about state assets

Tycoon Ricci wrote to Noonan about state assets

Barclays boss offered his help with any sell-off, but meeting became a ‘saga’

People of influence, people of blame

People of influence, people of blame

The property bubble and subsequent bank bailout had devastating results for this country. It is time we were told exactly who was responsible

War of the words

War of the words

Ireland's Freedom of Information Act was meant to make the government more accountable, but it is not keen to let people know how things are run, writes Gavin Sheridan.