Tom Lyons

Tom Lyons

Attractive, sustainable buildings are the future

Attractive, sustainable buildings are the future

Property adviser TWM Select sees a sophisticated commercial property market with funds moving into development

Buckley tried to resolve Quinn/IBRC dispute

Buckley tried to resolve Quinn/IBRC dispute

Businessman Leslie Buckley, the current chairman of Independent News & Media (INM), was invol...

Gavin O’Reilly Breaks his silence

Gavin O’Reilly Breaks his silence

Gavin O'Reilly says media ownership is more concentrated than ever before and his father Tony is ’doing the right thing’ by creditors

HSE to pay conference speakers €40k each

HSE to pay conference speakers €40k each

Conference to discuss ‘building on efficiencies already achieved’

Nasa chief: Ireland needs to create knowledge, not only commercialise it

Nasa chief: Ireland needs to create knowledge, not only commercialise it

Dr Edward Hoffman, chief knowledge officer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (...

State in secret talks to settle €4.5bn case with Quinns

State in secret talks to settle €4.5bn case with Quinns

Deal would release €1.2 billion for government coffers

INSIDE AIB: 60 borrowers, €7,700,000,000 and a bank in denial

INSIDE AIB: 60 borrowers, €7,700,000,000 and a bank in denial

Back in 2008, the state asked PwC to examine AIB’s books. This is what they found

HSE acts after probe of hospital contracts

HSE acts after probe of hospital contracts

Health officials make six recommendations after Saolta audit found no “evidence of competitive tendering process”

22 men and €26 Billion

22 men and €26 Billion

The secret report that convinced Cowen the banks weren’t bust

Ulster Bank plans to sell hundreds of personal guarantees

Ulster Bank plans to sell hundreds of personal guarantees

Latest move by bank to clean up balance sheet

Davy trader in consortium that bought Anglo bond

Davy trader in consortium that bought Anglo bond

Tony O’Connor, a senior bond trader with Davy stockbrokers, has emerged as the third party in a consortium which hoped to make millions from a bond in the former Anglo Irish Bank.

Lone Star selling down Irish assets

Lone Star selling down Irish assets

Lone Star, the largest single investor in Irish property since the crash, plans to sell down its existing position in the Irish market further this year.

Sales at crowdfunded wine retailer

Sales at crowdfunded wine retailer

Up 42 per cent worldwide last year

BoI’s €9.5 billion Achilles heel

BoI’s €9.5 billion Achilles heel

Up until May 2004, when its then chief executive Mike Soden resigned, Bank of Ireland’s single largest loan loss in its then 221-year history was €25 million.

The PwC files revealed

The PwC files revealed

Tom Lyons In 2008, the government instructed PwC to examine the state of Ireland’s banks. The report has since remained secret. Until now