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.’

Sean FitzPatrick: The lost tapes

Sean FitzPatrick: The lost tapes

Charismatic. Respected. Complex. Disgraced. Bankrupted. Flawed. This is his story, in his own words

Sean FitzPatrick: More from the lost tapes

Sean FitzPatrick: More from the lost tapes

‘Now we’re going to have the guarantee’

Cancer test firm to open lab in Dublin

Cancer test firm to open lab in Dublin

Oncologica, a cutting-edge precision cancer testing company, is working with Dr David Fennelly, a consultant at St Vincent’s Hospital

Riot place, Riot time: the biggest Irish tech company you've never heard of

Riot place, Riot time: the biggest Irish tech company you've never heard of

Riot Games has billions in revenue and every month, 110 million people play its groundbreaking title the League of Legends

Anglo Irish Bank liquidator presses ahead with €50m EY damages case


Anglo Irish Bank liquidator presses ahead with €50m EY damages case


Auditors say they stand over their work on Anglo Irish Bank


Sean FitzPatrick Trial: There was absolutely nothing to hide with these loans

Sean FitzPatrick Trial: There was absolutely nothing to hide with these loans

Tom Lyons draws on exclusive new documents which outline in the banker’s own words how he ended up sitting in a courtroom for 126 days

'CarTrawler needs private equity firepower to compete'

'CarTrawler needs private equity firepower to compete'

Latest deal should be last stage before stock market flotation, writes Tom Lyons

Comers set new office rent record in Dublin

Comers set new office rent record in Dublin

Unnamed Chinese aviation firm will pay €70 per square foot for Dublin 4 base

Salesforce looks for new HQ as workforce set to double to 2,000

Salesforce looks for new HQ as workforce set to double to 2,000

The $62 billion software company is understood to be focusing on four potential locations in Dublin

Choc maker Lily O’Brien’s on market  for €50m

Choc maker Lily O’Brien’s on market for €50m

IBI Corporate Finance is understood to have recently been appointed to manage the sale of the business

One51 plans flotation as Desmond makes €40m

One51 plans flotation as Desmond makes €40m

The plastics manufacturer is eyeing up Toronto or Dublin as potential IPO locations

Justice Cooke to head state probe into Project Eagle

Justice Cooke to head state probe into Project Eagle

The investigation is understood to have a budget of up to €10 million

‘I would have an optimism about the resilience, adaptability and agility of entrepreneurship that exists in Irish business’

‘I would have an optimism about the resilience, adaptability and agility of entrepreneurship that exists in Irish business’

KPMG played a key role in cleaning up the remnants of the crisis, and managing partner Shaun Murphy took over in the midst of that recovery. Here, he discusses its past and present challenges – including Trump and Brexit

iCabbi gets €1.5 million funding from BMS Finance

iCabbi gets €1.5 million funding from BMS Finance

The fast-growing cloud-based taxi dispatch software company was founded in 2010

Burrows-chaired Craven House strikes $6m Angolan telco deal

Burrows-chaired Craven House strikes $6m Angolan telco deal

Burrows is chairman of British American Tobacco and former governor of the Bank of Ireland