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.’

Cunningham gets go-ahead for judicial review on seized £3m

Cunningham gets go-ahead for judicial review on seized £3m

Ted Cunningham, the retired Cork-based financial adviser, was granted leave last week to take a j...

Dunne demands resignation of bankruptcy assignee

Dunne demands resignation of bankruptcy assignee

Developer engaged in legal battle over whether he ever owned Dublin 4 mansion Walford; assignee expected to reject allegations by bankrupt developer and push on with actions

Interim examiner appointed to Kerry engineering firm

Interim examiner appointed to Kerry engineering firm

One of Kerry’s best known civil engineering and construction services groups lost €7.5 millio...

Roche starts new executive search company

Roche starts new executive search company

Michael Roche, a former senior executive in Independent News & Media, has founded a new busin...

VC Scaleworks wants to back Irish companies

VC Scaleworks wants to back Irish companies

The fund was cofounded by Ed Byrne, a Trinity College graduate and serial entrepreneur, along with Lew Moorman, in 2016

Brogan wellbeing firm goes for growth

Brogan wellbeing firm goes for growth

PepTalk pushing into new markets

Sean Dunne digs in over Walford sale row

Sean Dunne digs in over Walford sale row

Proceeds of mansion stand in way of developer exiting bankruptcy as he continues to insist he was never the beneficial owner

Peter Sutherland: The legacy of a ‘true European’

Peter Sutherland: The legacy of a ‘true European’

From the creation of the Erasmus programme to the founding of the WTO, it is hard to single out Sutherland’s greatest achievement

Ted Cunningham to CAB: where is my £3m?

Ted Cunningham to CAB: where is my £3m?

Retired financial adviser seeking to compel An Garda Síochána to explain what happened

Silicon Valley ‘sex party’ furore: Irish tech founder speaks out

Silicon Valley ‘sex party’ furore: Irish tech founder speaks out

Irish tech founder Paul Biggar attended party featured in Vanity Fair

Denis O’Brien’s Actavo reduces its headcount by 1,000

Denis O’Brien’s Actavo reduces its headcount by 1,000

Most of the job losses are in Actavo’s British industrial division

Ex rogue trader Nick Leeson warns of bitcoin ‘herd mentality’

Ex rogue trader Nick Leeson warns of bitcoin ‘herd mentality’

Leeson: "For me it is potentially a big pyramid where as long as you can get your friends to invest in the market it will keep going up"

Peter Sutherland dies after long illness

Peter Sutherland dies after long illness

Former AG and European Commissioner's career spanned the law, government and business

Broadlake sells skincare brand to US company for €25m

Broadlake sells skincare brand to US company for €25m

Investment firm makes over three times return on capital

High Court stalls takeover of D4 embassy belt property by vulture fund

High Court stalls takeover of D4 embassy belt property by vulture fund

The property in dispute is in the heart of Dublin’s Embassy belt at 32 Elgin Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.