Tom Lyons

Tom Lyons

Tom Lyons is Business Editor and Associate Editor of the Sunday Business Post. Lyons was previously senior business correspondent with The Irish Times, deputy business editor with The Sunday Independent and business editor of Newstalk. An award winning investigative journalist, he is the co-author of two books: ‘The FitzPatrick Tapes, the rise and fall of one man, one bank and one country’ and ‘Fingers, the man who brought down Irish Nationwide.’

Distilling Dublin: The inside story of a family whiskey adventure

Distilling Dublin: The inside story of a family whiskey adventure

After almost four years of work, St James’s Church in Dublin’s Liberties is finally ready to become the Pearse Lyons Distillery

‘Flummoxed’: top architect on decision to reject Ronan’s €130 million tower

‘Flummoxed’: top architect on decision to reject Ronan’s €130 million tower

Developer: scheme ‘will help Ireland become more competitive’

Australia’s Ignition to open in Dublin

Australia’s Ignition to open in Dublin

Ignition has appointed accountants Crowe Horwath and Peter Oakes to advise it on raising an additional €2 million

Ted Cunningham doubles down on bid to get €1.4m back from CAB

Ted Cunningham doubles down on bid to get €1.4m back from CAB

KRW Law, the legal firm representing Cunningham, told the CAB last week it believed the money had been seized by it "without lawful authority"

Time could be right to take INM private after years of troubles

Time could be right to take INM private after years of troubles

Beset by boardroom wars, the troubled media group could be an attractive play for a buyout

Semiconductor firm ARM buys Simulity Labs for €13 million

Semiconductor firm ARM buys Simulity Labs for €13 million

Dubliner Stephen Halpenny co-founded the internet of things company with Stephane Fund in 2009

ChangeX has potential for global impact, says Twitter backer

ChangeX has potential for global impact, says Twitter backer

A partner in New York-based Union Square Ventures, an early backer of Twitter, Tumblr and Etsy, says the Irish start-up has developed a 'new model' for donors to charities

Williams ‘arranged’ for McCabe accuser to meet Shatter and Martin

Williams ‘arranged’ for McCabe accuser to meet Shatter and Martin

Journalist wrote article in the Irish Independent without naming McCabe, based on Ms D interview

Hickey emails reveal Olympics boss ‘playing his aces in the background’

Hickey emails reveal Olympics boss ‘playing his aces in the background’

• Hickey tells millionaire ticketing boss: ‘We have to put our thinking caps on’ • Former Irish Olympics chief’s PA refers to private jet travel with businessman Marcus Evans

Central Bank probe into Anglo bonds deal continuing

Central Bank probe into Anglo bonds deal continuing

Central Bank has sought information from Davy and others

Siteserv sale probe: Murphy told she may have to reveal sources

Siteserv sale probe: Murphy told she may have to reveal sources

Commission of Investigation into IBRC has written to Social Democrats TD over her 300-page witness statement

Olympic boss ‘playing aces in background’

Olympic boss ‘playing aces in background’

• Hickey told millionaire ticketing boss: ‘The situation has exploded’ • OCI chief previously warned Evans: ‘We will have to be careful’

JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon poised to announce Dublin jobs

JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon poised to announce Dublin jobs

In May, the US bank agreed to buy an office building in Dublin that could house 1,000 employees

Jones takes over at St Vincent’s in wake of maternity hospital dispute

Jones takes over at St Vincent’s in wake of maternity hospital dispute

Jones previously ran his own advisory business called Richard Jones Healthcare Consulting

Former Anglo director in legal row over loans

Former Anglo director in legal row over loans

The special liquidator of the former Anglo Irish Bank has begun legal action against Patrick Whelan, seeking repayment of between €5 million and €6 million