Jack Horgan-Jones

Jack Horgan-Jones

Harboured ambition

Harboured ambition

Countless schemes to repurpose the old ferry terminal at Dún Laoghaire have come and gone. The Harbour Innovation Campus, a €20 million tech hub, looked like the one that would stick - until last month, when one of its two central investors pulled out. What happened?

Offshore wind ‘IFSC’ could unlock billions in energy sector investment

Offshore wind ‘IFSC’ could unlock billions in energy sector investment

Developing an ‘IFSC for offshore wind’ could unlock billions of euro in investment into the I...

Letter shows BT did not get chance to bid for Enet deal

Letter shows BT did not get chance to bid for Enet deal

BT Ireland told former communications minister Denis Naughten the company wanted to bid for a luc...

Irish doctors warn of assisted suicide

Irish doctors warn of assisted suicide

Doctors who care for terminally ill patients have told the government that introducing assisted s...

Post Podcast: Lifting the lid on bankers pay

Post Podcast: Lifting the lid on bankers pay

Chief Reporter Jack Horgan-Jones is joined by Markets Editor Ian Guider to discuss AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne's move to Davy Stockbrockers

Landlords form lobby group to fight ‘vulture fund’ label

Landlords form lobby group to fight ‘vulture fund’ label

The group, which will be named Irish Institutional Property, will be launched in the new year. A process to find a chief executive to lead the organisation is under way

Airbnb’s failure to share data led to stricter rules

Airbnb’s failure to share data led to stricter rules

It is understood the Department of Housing asked Airbnb and similar sites for in-depth information on how the platforms were being used in Ireland, beyond what the companies had provided

US companies criticise government over work permit scheme delays

US companies criticise government over work permit scheme delays

The records show that the American Chamber of Commerce raised 'current delays in processing and how this impacts client companies' during a meeting with the Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation

Shell companies offered loans to cash-for-visa scheme projects

Shell companies offered loans to cash-for-visa scheme projects

Loan documents suggest that companies may have been set up with the express purpose of funding applications for the visa scheme, raising questions about how widespread the use of debt may have been

FF’s Dooley asks EU for approval of state rescue bid for broadband plan

FF’s Dooley asks EU for approval of state rescue bid for broadband plan

Dooley has publicly advocated abandoning the process as it currently stands and inviting other telecoms players and semi-states to complete the project

D-Res €300m flotation now facing delay over negative sentiment

D-Res €300m flotation now facing delay over negative sentiment

‘Impossible’ to run an IPO for a firm exposed to Irish homebuilding sector until market improves

O’Flynn: Land Development Agency trying to do away with developers

O’Flynn: Land Development Agency trying to do away with developers

Michael O’Flynn, the Cork property developer, has strongly criticised the chief executive of th...

Cube demands more files in US legal battle over €150m Enet deal

Cube demands more files in US legal battle over €150m Enet deal

The multibillion-euro fund suing David McCourt’s company over the controversial sale of a stake...

State rejects dozens of controversial cash-for-visa seekers

State rejects dozens of controversial cash-for-visa seekers

Dozens of investments have been thrown out of the state’s controversial cash-for-visa scheme af...

Builders’ lobby fights vacant sites register listings for ‘unviable’ lands

Builders’ lobby fights vacant sites register listings for ‘unviable’ lands

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) is lobbying the government to take sites out of the va...