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ISTC future in doubt after damning debt verdict A DUBLIN-BASED specialist finance company which counts some of the wealthiest Irish business leaders among its investors is facing possible collapse after the agency that

Mannion on borrowed time AER LINGUS chief executive Dermot Mannion is mounting a last stand in his protracted battle with the company's trade unions and could have just six

3i don't skimp on the bare essentials 3I GROUP , Europe's biggest publicly traded private equity firm, has agreed to buy British lingerie retailer Agent Provocateur.

DAVID HORGAN TO CREATE a new business you need tenacity and vision. You also need to be open-minded, understanding people and situations.

HSEpayment scheme 'diabolical', expert claims AN INTERNATIONAL pharmaceutical finance expert has said the Health Service Executive's plan to more than halve the wholesale margin it pays on prescription medicines from

Anger after freight lines put off the rails IARNROD EIREANN has denied that its decision to disconnect the currently disused freight railway lines running to Foynes Port in Co Limerick and to Kingscourt

Ryanair threatens to pull new Cork routes over costs THE CORK Airport Authority (CAA) has said that it does not understand criticism of its airport charges by Ryanair, which has revealed that two new

BHP mining in massive merger bid BHP Billiton, the world's biggest mining company, may need to add cash to its all-stock offer for Rio Tinto Group as it seeks to gain

Northern Rock chief resigns NORTHERN Rock's chief executive officer Adam Applegarth is to step down as bidders circle the British mortgage lender bailed out by the Bank of England

HSE plan troubles UnitedDrug PHARMACEUTICAL distributor United Drug looks set to face questions from investors on the effect that the HSE's plan to reduce wholesale drug margins will have

Quinn's bottom line keeps getting healthier THE business empire of Ireland's wealthiest man Sean Quinn made profits of 433m last year, a 32% leap compared to 2005.

E-conveyancing of property transactions could be ten years away MORTGAGE lenders will continue to be vulnerable to fraudulent solicitors' undertakings for up to 10 more years as the Law Society continues a process it

Iarnrod Eireann developing new stopgap ticketing system IARNROD EIREANN has begun work on developing its own new ticketing system, which will be used in the greater Dublin area, despite the existence of

Pain continues for C&C as Magners goes flat in Britain TROUBLED drinks group C&C's share of the British pub cider trade has fallen to its lowest since May 2006, according to new industry figures.

DAA faces flak over pension plan SIPTU HAS accused the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) of trying to shield Aer Lingus financially by rejecting pension reform plans that would give its own

Just who is going to build the metro? IT'S the most expensive infrastructure project in the history of the state and last week, the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) finally revealed the identities of

Bank worker makes fairy bad choice AN EMPLOYEE of Anglo Irish Bank was busted for skipping work last week to dress as a fairy.

Irish business hungry to win Olympic contracts THE LONDON Olympics is a "juicy rabbit" for Irish business, Construction Industry Federation chief Tom Parlon told representatives from over 150 Irish firms at last

Gold diggers in Croagh Patrick? Not again. . . IN 1795, eager prospectors flocked to Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow after gold nuggets were found in the Avoca River.

House oversupply in rural areas to cause fall in prices THE Irish residential property market is cooling, but some areas will remain chilled for longer than others.

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