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.’

Investors delighted with sale of Handy

Investors delighted with sale of Handy

Oisin Hanrahan staying on as chief executive

Developer McKillen to challenge €300m IBRC wind-up bill

Developer McKillen to challenge €300m IBRC wind-up bill

Plans to compare fees paid to KPMG with cost of Lehman Brothers administrators

Jailed Conlon complains of reputational damage from fraud probe

Jailed Conlon complains of reputational damage from fraud probe

An investigation continues into his alleged misappropriation of €3.8 million in donations to various charities

‘Significant changes’ to EIIS rules proposed

‘Significant changes’ to EIIS rules proposed

Indecon recommends that applications from companies to Revenue be classified as tax returns and confirmation that a company is eligible should be final if information provided is correct and complete

Dunne: ‘I have been treated like Pablo Escobar’

Dunne: ‘I have been treated like Pablo Escobar’

Sean Dunne - whose bankruptcy was extended last week by an additional 12 years, and who plans to appeal - says he has ‘nothing to hide’

Ronan sues receiver appointed by Nama

Ronan sues receiver appointed by Nama

The proceedings are in relation to lands strategically located close to the wealthy south Dublin suburbs of Cabinteely and Foxrock.

Statkraft to acquire Element Power and British energy assets for €100m

Statkraft to acquire Element Power and British energy assets for €100m

Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy, Statkraft, is set to acquire Element Power Irel...

Joining the pet set

Joining the pet set

Entrepreneurs Louise Grubb and Tom Brennan have teamed up to launch a new animal health firm called TriviumVet. It has just raised €3.24m from Liam FitzGerald, Niall Wall and others

Klir raises almost €1 million to fund US expansion Software start-up wins major contract in Nevada

Klir raises almost €1 million to fund US expansion Software start-up wins major contract in Nevada

Klir, an Irish water software start-up, has raised almost €1 million to fund its expansion into...

‘I have no desire to prolong discussion of Seán Gallagher and his vendetta, but I feel that I should set the record straight’

‘I have no desire to prolong discussion of Seán Gallagher and his vendetta, but I feel that I should set the record straight’

Newly obtained RTÉ emails also reveal a conflict between Pat Kenny and the then-head of RTÉ Radio, Clare Duignan, over comments the presenter made about Seán Gallagher’s Frontline controversy. Tom Lyons and Hugh O’Connell report

Kenny accused Gallagher of pursuing a ‘vendetta’ over Frontline Tweet

Kenny accused Gallagher of pursuing a ‘vendetta’ over Frontline Tweet

● Broadcaster insists Gallagher will be treated with ‘impartiality’

Ronan and Colony’s €3bn Dublin play

Ronan and Colony’s €3bn Dublin play

A joint venture company between property developer Johnny Ronan and US investment group Colony Capital is to invest €1 billion in developing a 4.6-acre site in the north docklands

Your Business: Editor's message

Your Business: Editor's message

The traditional workplace is changing beyond recognition, and fortune will favour those businesses and employees who adapt quickly to the new challenges

‘He was the only person I have met in my career who I could truly call an entrepreneur’

‘He was the only person I have met in my career who I could truly call an entrepreneur’

Don Panoz, who died last week, made a huge impact on Irish business. The legacy of the founder of Elan continues today

Behind the Frontline

Behind the Frontline

Pat Kenny: What RTÉ did could be “perceived as a cover-up”