Jack Horgan-Jones

Jack Horgan-Jones

US court case over Enet sale wraps up

US court case over Enet sale wraps up

A court case in the United States over the sale of a 78 per cent stake in Enet, then owned by Dav...

Marlet close to selling two ex-Dublin Living sites worth €50m

Marlet close to selling two ex-Dublin Living sites worth €50m

Marlet Property is closing in on two property deals worth up to €50 million on sites in Dublin ...

Suspect in Project Eagle sale probe will not face prosecution in North

Suspect in Project Eagle sale probe will not face prosecution in North

No final decision on charges has been made in relation to second person in file

Tech giants heap pressure on Irish cyber security office

Tech giants heap pressure on Irish cyber security office

The National Cyber Security Centre is facing increasing demands on its resources above and beyond its European peers, confidential papers show

Property investment boss: building regulations blocked ‘thousands’ of apartments in Dublin

Property investment boss: building regulations blocked ‘thousands’ of apartments in Dublin

A major investment firm has said it would have built “thousands” of apartments in Dublin but ...

Housing Agency chief: decision makers do not understand crisis

Housing Agency chief: decision makers do not understand crisis

Chief executive John O’Connor says he has been recommending cost rental solutions to the government ‘for quite a number of years’

C&AG wants more details from Nama on €352m loan sale

C&AG wants more details from Nama on €352m loan sale

The sale of toxic debt linked to property player Quinlan Private, codenamed Project Nantes, has been criticised by opposition politicians

Maverick Mainstream promises growth

Maverick Mainstream promises growth

Following a ‘transformational’ €600 million deal in Scotland, Mainstream Renewable Power is looking to reward shareholders and drive growth with an ambitious global development programme

Ireland’s victory on corporate tax will be short-lived

Ireland’s victory on corporate tax will be short-lived

Paschal Donohoe had every reason to be pleased as the French-inspired push on digital giants ground to a halt last week, but we will soon find our room for manoeuvre shrinking

Nama reviews €352m Quinlan Private loans sale

Nama reviews €352m Quinlan Private loans sale

TD Mick Wallace raised questions after it emerged that the directors of buyer Clairvue-Nantes include Mark Donnelly, who is a former Quinlan employee

McCourt told department officials about planned extra Enet investment

McCourt told department officials about planned extra Enet investment

Opposition politicians have said they have 'serious concerns' about new documents that reveal details of David McCourt’s dealings with senior officials during the procurement process for the National Broadband Plan

Saco building serviced apartments at Zanzibar site

Saco building serviced apartments at Zanzibar site

The site was previously run by the Capital Bars group

Post Podcast: Susan Mitchell on reaction to the Tony O'Brien interview

Post Podcast: Susan Mitchell on reaction to the Tony O'Brien interview

Jack Horgan-Jones is also joined by Hugh O'Connell, Colette Sexton and Ian Guider to look at the US elections, the digital tax debate and Brian Hayes's surprise decision to leave politics

Bank of Ireland prepares to sell off bad loans

Bank of Ireland prepares to sell off bad loans

Cost-cutting drive driven by new Central Bank regulations

Tetrarch’s delayed flotation is latest ‘Red October’ casualty

Tetrarch’s delayed flotation is latest ‘Red October’ casualty

Hotel operator Tetrarch is likely to become the latest Irish corporate player to postpone plans f...