Is Gary McGann ignoring his own advice by taking a High Court case over a tax bill on a €2.3m payment?
A citizen hero, a pub bore presidential candidate and the return of a familiar face from the boom years
Matt Cooper looks back at the people who did most to shape the political and business discourse of 2018
As the AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne gets ready to step into Kyran McLaughlin’s shoes at Davy he will be conscious that he is replacing the man who has been Ireland’s most important figure in Irish corporate fundraising over the last 40 years
An apparently angry Michael O’Leary let rip via press release last Tuesday morning, condemning ...
So many controversies have followed the one-time minister for transport and communications, it can be hard to keep track of them
Given that he has made such an issue of his own privacy, it must surely be concerning to Denis O’Brien that what is potentially one of the biggest breaches in the history of the state is being alleged at a company where he is the largest individual shareholder