Jack Horgan-Jones

Jack Horgan-Jones

12,000 could lose out on British firms’ share schemes after Brexit

12,000 could lose out on British firms’ share schemes after Brexit

Up to 12,000 Irish employees of British companies could be forced to walk away from significant p...

Work permits backlog ‘hitting ability to attract foreign investment’

Work permits backlog ‘hitting ability to attract foreign investment’

2,520 work permits waiting to be processed at the end of December. Business groups say that system needs urgent modernisation.

Central Bank signals concerns on financial ‘cliff effects’ of Brexit

Central Bank signals concerns on financial ‘cliff effects’ of Brexit

A high-powered Central Bank taskforce has flagged concerns over Brexit contingency planning by Ir...

Imperial Tobacco moves €400m into newly-formed Irish subsidiary

Imperial Tobacco moves €400m into newly-formed Irish subsidiary

Deal values each share in transaction at €1,000 but does not invlove transfer of any IP

Builder moves to dispel investor fears over share price drop

Builder moves to dispel investor fears over share price drop

Glenveagh Properties, the publicly quoted Irish homebuilder, has moved to reassure shareholders t...

Goodbody staff earned average pay of €138,000 last year

Goodbody staff earned average pay of €138,000 last year

Key managers in Goodbody Stockbrokers shared remuneration of almost €4.8 million last year, whi...

New agri fund to back start-ups feeding the world

New agri fund to back start-ups feeding the world

Irish agriculture investor Aidan Connolly has launched a new fund aimed at supporting the growth ...

Building giant Sisk agrees deal with Designer Group

Building giant Sisk agrees deal with Designer Group

Construction heavyweight John Sisk & Son has agreed a deal to buy into the Designer Group’s...

Irish pilots warned of drone attack dangers

Irish pilots warned of drone attack dangers

Irish pilots warned about the “catastrophic consequences” of a drone attack on Irish airports...

Glenveagh’s Ronan case runs out of road

Glenveagh’s Ronan case runs out of road

Bitter row over costs in battle over exclusive south Dublin site

Hines to be new backer of Players Square build

Hines to be new backer of Players Square build

Property giant in talks with Nama on €94m deal to buy debts associated with large residential scheme

The year in business: A time when INM wobbled and Ryanair was hobbled

The year in business: A time when INM wobbled and Ryanair was hobbled

There was no shortage of juicy stories in a year when controversy and intrigue swirled in every direction

Deals 2018: five game-changing moves that defined the year

Deals 2018: five game-changing moves that defined the year

The year’s most interesting and significant deals reflect a changing landscape

Iput shells out €95m for the last slice of Carrickmines retail park

Iput shells out €95m for the last slice of Carrickmines retail park

The property investor has agreed to buy phase two of the Carrickmines retail park in Dublin, according to sources with knowledge of the deal.

Ireland’s large shadow banking system a magnet for dirty money

Ireland’s large shadow banking system a magnet for dirty money

Ireland’s murkiest sector accounts for 13 times the country’s GDP, and its lack of oversight or regulation puts it at high risk of abuse by criminal elements