Smaller companies and public bodies need to pay particular attention to the changes in the new whistleblower law, a KPMG corporate fraud expert has warned.
Public bodies often strive to find a way to justify their continued existence beyond their original purpose or obvious usefulness.
Many of the biggest and best-known financiers and festival scouts in the world converged on Galway for the Film Fleadh, which finishes today.
The manner in which the massive €1.3 billion debt attached to the Quinn family manufacturing empire was restructured means that the taxpayer-owned IBRC gets nothing from any sale.
Lough Erne, the five-star Fermanagh resort that was the setting for last year's G8 Summit, is understood to be sale agreed at substantially less than its original £10 million asking price.
John Griffin, the founder of Britain's biggest taxi and car hire business, believes his old company is worth Euro 190m
Investors in Irish spread-betting company Shelbourne Markets expect their stakes to be worthless following its sale to British operator ETX.
Ten Alps, the award-winning film, TV, digital and publishing business founded by Bob Geldof, substantially cut its losses in the first half of this year, although revenues continued to fall.
AIB has seized control of Shorecliffe House, the west Cork holiday retreat of former billionaire Tony O’Reilly.
American bitcoin company Circle Internet Finance is building out its international operation from Dublin with a newly opened office and hiring in progress.
A roll-call of moneyed businesspeople will give the pride of their stables a last outing in the final day of Irish Derby racing at the Curragh today.
Bargaintown owners are pursuing former Anglo Irish Bank's liquidator over a financial instrument attached to an €18 million loan taken out during the boom.