Teeling in talks to sell 20 per cent of Great Northern for €5 million
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.
Ralph Lauren sets up $5bn pair of Irish companies
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.
Year of living dangerously on the currency markets
The effects of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme may drive Europe’s currency even lower
Nama redundancy bill to cost €20m as agency winds down
Nama’s redundancy costs are set to be about €20 million as the agency accelerates its wind-down.
The gang of 22: The PWC files: what they reveal
A mere 22 men and their associated companies ended up owing the Irish banks €25.6 billion by the time the country’s property bubble burst. As revealed in detail today in the PwC dossier, each of the men faced huge financial pressure when the report was produced.
Mergers and acquisitions: Activity set to remain robust as companies put cash to work
IMAP’s Jurgis Oniunas gives his assessment of the current trends driving the global M&A market, writes Philip Connolly.