While Irish start-ups seem to have no trouble raising seed capital, when it comes to bringing in the big bucks they struggle
In an interview with this newspaper last July, Colm Lyon broached the concept of raising cash to ...
The Teeling family are in discussions with a number of investors about selling a 20 per cent stake in the Great Northern Distillery for around €5 million.
The effects of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme may drive Europe’s currency even lower
The New York-based fashion house Ralph Lauren, founded and owned by the eponymous designer, has established two Irish companies with a combined share capital of $5 billion to run significant parts of the global fashion empire.
Nama’s redundancy costs are set to be about €20 million as the agency accelerates its wind-down.
IMAP’s Jurgis Oniunas gives his assessment of the current trends driving the global M&A market, writes Philip Connolly.