The Dingle Brewing Company had been doing well until it ran into difficulties expanding into the United States.
The sale of Siteserv to the tycoon Denis O’Brien is of huge public interest. Since 2012, Tom Lyons has been reporting on this important story. Now, in this major investigation, he goes inside one of the most controversial deals in Irish business history
Since founding Merlyn Industries in 2000, Michael Hoyne has seen his shower enclosure business grow to sales of over €34m. It has thrived in boom, bust and Brexit. Just how did he do it?
A 12-month investigation into the sale of Siteserv to the billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien has revealed new information about how the controversial deal was done
Dublin City Council shot down the Johnny Ronan development after claiming it would have a 'significant and detrimental visual impact'
Marlet, which is backed by a multibillion British fund called M&G Investments, is also seeking to expand its management team
The event has been criticised by the Social Democrats because of the number of legal actions being taken by INM’s largest shareholder, Denis O’Brien, against media organisations, journalists and politicians
The Fitzgerald Group, which employs 1,000 people in two hotels and five pubs, said it was calling on all businesses to lobby against any increase
Mogul also claims politicians revealed ‘stolen’ personal banking information to the Dáil
‘The purpose of a landmark is that it is visible’
"Connolly’s careful and penetrating investigative research has exposed critical truths about malfeasance in high places"
Capital Step has already funded Welltel, the Dublin-based business telecoms provider, and financed the buyout of Berkley Recruitment