Former Rehab boss Angela Kerins's damages action against the State has suffered a blow after the High Court refused to order the release of private records held by the Public Accounts Committee. The ex-charity boss claims the committee engaged in a "witch hunt" when she appeared before it in 2014.
Four Cypriot-registered companies say they have been left in limbo over a €130 million charter deal with the Irish-registered but Russian-owned leasing company GTLK Europe.
When three companies controlled by Carlyle Aviation defaulted on debt due to Nordic/LB, the German lender decided to fight back. It ended up stating its case before the Irish courts.
Ireland’s film and television sector has been booming in recent years. By enhancing and extending the Section 481 tax scheme, the government could boost the sector further - and provide an outlet for investors.
Deciphex, the virtual diagnostics company led by academic turned entrepreneur Donal O'Shea, has created an international marketplace for pathologists. Having raised €10.9m last year, it is expanding internationally – despite the fact it has no clients in Ireland.
MedAll has lofty ambitions of making medical training globally accessible, removing financial and geographical barriers. After just 18 months in business, the medical community is taking serious notice.
Facing thousands of lawsuits over its alleged role in the US opioid crisis, Endo International is openly talking about bankruptcy. Due to a 2014 inversion, it could happen in Dublin.
Peter Cunnane is an engineer, inventor and businessman. The Mayo man behind farm machinery manufacturer Cashels claims a rival business has infringed his patented bale cutter. The dispute has wound up in the Commercial Court.
Four major data centre operators are now tackling South Dublin County Council in the High Court over the council’s decision to ban the construction of data centres. The cases highlight the conflict between Irish industrial policy and Irish environmental policy.
Hitler hated him and called him a "cosmopolitan bastard" and he was said to be the model for Victor Laszlo in Casablanca. But Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi had a vision for a united Europe, which he developed in the Czech village of Poběžovice and which make him a hate figure for far-right conspiracists even today.
From a looming recession to marginalised identities, Wexford-born fashion designer Richard Malone has striking views across a wide variety of subjects. Having taken a residency at the National Gallery, he talks about identity, values and high fashion.
We are not going to be able to prevent talented people from leaving Ireland - nor should we. But could Ireland create the innovation ecosystem it needs by enabling people to come here as quickly and easily as possible? It is time to reform our immigration system.
In the increasingly competitive world of investing, more investors with faster access to more information is clearly increasing the absolute skill deployed. Unsurprisingly, the spread between winners and those in close pursuit is shrinking.
Both the Taoiseach and Tánaiste have been trenchant critics of Sinn Féin in recent times. But their interventions have been personal and have centred on the party’s past. Last week Paschal Donohoe tried to open up a new front.
Instead of playing along the rules agreed by 137 countries to raise corporation tax to a global minimum, Democratic Senators have selected the bits that favour narrow American interests – and put international co-operation at risk.
Of the two remaining Oxford-educated candidates for UK Prime Minister, Liz Truss is in the lead. Her reliance on the Conservative party’s hard right will mean a tough line on the Northern Ireland Protocol - though not out of conviction.
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