Tom Lyons

Tom Lyons

Tom Lyons is Executive 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.’

Tom Lyons on Business

Tom Lyons on Business

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Sisu gears up for Irish and overseas growth

Sisu gears up for Irish and overseas growth

Aesthetic clinic adding new beauty services

Ronan’s €600m Facebook rent deal is largest in Irish history

Ronan’s €600m Facebook rent deal is largest in Irish history

Developer also plans to appeal decision to block Dublin’s tallest building on Tara Street

Businessman sues Gardaí alleging breach of his rights

Businessman sues Gardaí alleging breach of his rights

Kevin Flanagan is taking a case of ‘malicious prosecution’ against the Gardaí after the state’s case against him in a counterfeiting trial collapsed

Flynn helms €24m Cumberland Place project

Flynn helms €24m Cumberland Place project

Flynn, the Irish-owned contractor and fit-out specialist, is working on a €24 million construct...

Vanguard to invest €50m in north Dublin health campus

Vanguard to invest €50m in north Dublin health campus

Health campus will create 550 jobs and be in partnership with leading NHS trust that will serve public and private patients

Capitalflow completes funding round to enter commercial property market

Capitalflow completes funding round to enter commercial property market

Capitalflow, the specialist business lender, has completed a fundraising round backed by Deutsche...

Tom Lyons on Business

Tom Lyons on Business

Tycoon Philip Green’s current troubles called to mind a brief encounter with him in 2005

McKillen fails in attempt to sue IBRC liquidators in the States

McKillen fails in attempt to sue IBRC liquidators in the States

Developer Paddy McKillen sr and business associates have failed in an attempt to personally sue t...

Fear and loathing on the border: Quinn Industrial Holdings executives’ homes targeted in arson attacks

Fear and loathing on the border: Quinn Industrial Holdings executives’ homes targeted in arson attacks

There have been no arrests despite 30 incidents in three years aimed at Quinn Industrial holdings.

Doubling betting tax ‘could cost state €35m per year’, new report claims

Doubling betting tax ‘could cost state €35m per year’, new report claims

A Dublin City University academic has warned that doubling the betting tax will close 400 bookmak...

Digital health firm aims to raise €9.5m for global expansion

Digital health firm aims to raise €9.5m for global expansion

HealthBeacon, an Irish digital health company which helps patients manage medication, is hoping t...

Property finance firm Sancus to lend €50m across Ireland in year ahead

Property finance firm Sancus to lend €50m across Ireland in year ahead

Sancus BMS (Ireland), an alternative property finance firm, plans to lend €50 million in the is...

Smurfit: ‘I never saw Philip Green misbehave in Monaco’

Smurfit: ‘I never saw Philip Green misbehave in Monaco’

Green, who is facing calls to have his knighthood revoked, was named last week in the British House of Lords as the businessman at the centre of abuse accusations by five employees

Ladbrokes warns against doubling betting tax

Ladbrokes warns against doubling betting tax

Ladbrokes, one of Ireland’s biggest betting shop chains, has said the government’s plan to do...