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.’

The €22m Budapest airport deal that stalled on takeoff

The €22m Budapest airport deal that stalled on takeoff

A plan to build Air Park City, an office, hotel and logistics hub near Budapest’s main airport has been beset by problems, with 160 Irish investors now caught between a rock and a hard place

Gallagher pushes the envelope in bid to save €10 million in Áras race

Gallagher pushes the envelope in bid to save €10 million in Áras race

The former presidential candidate has written to the Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten, saying that the state could save €10 million in postage if the details of all election candidates were contained on one leaflet

Irish journalist Browne gets Emmy nod for video on Las Vegas shootings

Irish journalist Browne gets Emmy nod for video on Las Vegas shootings

Browne, a senior story producer with the New York Times, has been nominated with his team in the 'outstanding new approaches' category for his work entitled '10 Minutes. 12 Gunfire Bursts. 30 Videos. Mapping the Las Vegas Massacre'

The Vaults locked in examinership battle

The Vaults locked in examinership battle

Dublin’s ambitious new tourist attraction is facing moves to put it into examinership, weeks before it hoped to open its doors

Dunphy: ‘RTÉ have lost their nerve, they want strong people out the door’

Dunphy: ‘RTÉ have lost their nerve, they want strong people out the door’

As he departs Montrose after 40 entertaining years, Eamon Dunphy warns in an exclusive –and explosive – interview that his former employers are in danger of losing touch with journalism

Crosbie exits Nama after striking €7m deal

Crosbie exits Nama after striking €7m deal

US fund Garrison financing businessman

Secret presidential poll puts Seán Gallagher close on Higgins’s heels

Secret presidential poll puts Seán Gallagher close on Higgins’s heels

Seán Gallagher would be the closest challenger to Michael D Higgins in a presidential election, ...

Firm behind new Dublin tourist venue Vaults mulls examinership

Firm behind new Dublin tourist venue Vaults mulls examinership

Investors in Dublin’s newest tourist attraction the Vaults are in talks about restructuring the...

Smurfit’s golf dream reaches the 19th hole

Smurfit’s golf dream reaches the 19th hole

Michael Smurfit’s decision to put the K Club up for sale marks the end of a colourful era in Irish corporate life

Ronan and Barrett’s wind company appoints Rothschild to sell stake

Ronan and Barrett’s wind company appoints Rothschild to sell stake

Investment bank Rothschild has been appointed by Irish wind farm developer Hazel Shore and Fred O...

Australian firms eye move to Ireland to escape Brexit fallout

Australian firms eye move to Ireland to escape Brexit fallout

Australian ambassador to Ireland Richard Andrews said he had also seen a rise in Irish firms seeking to raise equity by listing in Australia such as Irish hospital software group Oneview Healthcare, which raised €40 million there

Online therapy could help lift cloud for debtors struggling with mental stress

Online therapy could help lift cloud for debtors struggling with mental stress

SilverCloud Health, the Irish digital mental health technology firm, has launched an online therapeutic solution to help people caught in the vicious cycle of financial difficulties and mental health challenges

Irishwoman seeks €3.5m funding to compete in global yacht race

Irishwoman seeks €3.5m funding to compete in global yacht race

Professional sailor would be first woman from Ireland to enter the ‘challenging’ contest

Legal veterans Flynn and Winters team up

Legal veterans Flynn and Winters team up

Solicitors want justice for the ‘common man’

McKillen’s new war

McKillen’s new war

Paddy McKillen sr’s action against the liquidators of the former Anglo Irish Bank gives new insight into the developer and the price he has paid for trying to help the bank in good faith during the crisis