Disrupt or die: the clichés ring true here
Eoin Dowling is the chief executive of Boxfish, which develops technology that captures data from television shows, movies and other video broadcasts to allow searches and alerts. In March last year, it raised $5 million from Dublin-based venture cap
NEW GOLDEN CIRCLE Drumm taps up builders to fund extradition fight
David Drumm, the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, is raising a war chest from a golden circle of developers, to fund his battle to prevent the Irish state from bringing him home to face potential criminal charges.
Waterford IT documents reveal tax settlements to Revenue
Confidential documents from the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) reveal a range of serious issues faced by the educational institute, including settlements to the Irish tax authority.
Central Bank to spend €500,000 moving plaza sculpture
Approval needed from council planning department
British High Court finds Quinlan firm liable for €105m
A company set up by Derek Quinlan and the British investor Glenn Maud to buy the Madrid headquarters of Banco Santander for €1.9 billion has been found liable for €105 million in the High Court in London.
O’Flynn starts fundraising drive after striking deal with Blackstone
Michael O’Flynn, the Cork property tycoon, will begin a fundraising drive on Monday to finance his development of 600 acres of land in Ireland and five sites in Britain after he struck a deal on Friday with US fund Blackstone.
Irish investors make €33 million from sale of US building
A Dublin businessman and a group of predominantly Irish investors will make about €33 million when they close the sale of an office building in Greenwich, Connecticut, on the east coast of the United States.