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.’

IPL Plastics paid $24m in fees from $140m Canadian flotation

IPL Plastics paid $24m in fees from $140m Canadian flotation

IPL Plastics, the company formerly known as One51, paid $24 million in fees and expenses from the...

Jailed Prince: The fall of Drumm

Jailed Prince: The fall of Drumm

Many others, besides the three other convicted Anglo bankers, had to be involved in shifting €7.2 billion from one bank to the next and back again

Financial expertise firm aims to grow fivefold in three years

Financial expertise firm aims to grow fivefold in three years

The FD Centre Ireland, which offers experienced financial directors to SMEs on a contract basis, ...

Tom Lyons on David Drumm, the banker who fell to earth

Tom Lyons on David Drumm, the banker who fell to earth

For more than a decade, Tom Lyons has tracked the fortunes of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm. From ambitious young banker to bankrupt to his conviction, Drumm is one of the few people to have been held to account for the Irish banking collapse. Now, as he awaits sentencing, Lyons looks back at his tumultuous and ultimately disastrous career path

Mansfield jr sues Gardaí and the DPP over his ‘malicious prosecution’

Mansfield jr sues Gardaí and the DPP over his ‘malicious prosecution’

The businessman Jim Mansfield jr, whose family was once worth more than €1 billion, is suing An...

Capitalflow appoints Deloitte to advise on raising new lending facility for SMEs

Capitalflow appoints Deloitte to advise on raising new lending facility for SMEs

Ronan Horgan, the managing director of Capitalflow, said that the company will reach 90 employees by 2020

Vanguard and More team up on specialist projects  for healthcare

Vanguard and More team up on specialist projects for healthcare

More is led by businessman Keith Screeney

Jim Mansfield jnr vows to sue Garda and DPP

Jim Mansfield jnr vows to sue Garda and DPP

Former billionaire’s son declares war over ‘trumped-up charge’ and loss of millions following ‘biggest raid in the state’s history’

Legal dispute over Panda ownership struck out

Legal dispute over Panda ownership struck out

Decision was taken by both sides not to continue their actions

Web Summit chief wants to raise $50m for venture capital fund

Web Summit chief wants to raise $50m for venture capital fund

According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the US, the fund will be called the Amaranthine Fund I LP

An Post-backed Gift Voucher Shop sold for €110 million

An Post-backed Gift Voucher Shop sold for €110 million

The operator of the One4all card scheme is on the brink of being sold to Blackhawk Network Holdings, a multibillion-dollar business that operates in the pre-paid gift card and payments industries

EY report: INM should ‘consider’ Citywest closure

EY report: INM should ‘consider’ Citywest closure

Consultants said it should outsource its printing to rival Irish Times and save up to €3m a year; EY added media giant had a ‘can’t-do mentality’

New board members appointed to IPL Plastics

New board members appointed to IPL Plastics

IPL Plastics, formerly known as One51 and which is planning to float on the Toronto Stock Exchang...

Shannon firm sued over fatal plane crash in Russia

Shannon firm sued over fatal plane crash in Russia

Celestial Aviation owned plane operated by FlyDubai in which 62 people died in 2016

SilverCloud in HSE deal on bipolar disorder

SilverCloud in HSE deal on bipolar disorder

SilverCloud’s digital platform is designed to help support the self-management of people with bipolar disorder, of which there are about 40,000 in Ireland