Deal would release €1.2 billion for government coffers
Back in 2008, the state asked PwC to examine AIB’s books. This is what they found
Latest move by bank to clean up balance sheet
A mere 22 men and their associated companies ended up owing the Irish banks €25.6 billion by the time the country’s property bubble burst. As revealed in detail today in the PwC dossier, each of the men faced huge financial pressure when the report was produced.
PCH, which was founded by Corkman Liam Casey, plans to bring US e-commerce design website Fab.com to Europe and Asia in a bid to make it a global brand.
Tracy Miner, a noted attorney with the Massachusetts firm Demeo who is acting for David Drumm, has declined to comment on who is paying her fees for representing the former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive in his American bankruptcy appeal and potent
Swrve, the Irish-founded mobile marketing automation firm which raised $10 million last year, has acquired Dublin-based startup Converser.
A new wave of financial technology companies is catching the eye of investors. Business Editor Tom Lyons talks to one Irish-American who is leading the charge