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In a dramatic judgement handed down yesterday a US judge denied former Anglo Irish Chief Executive David Drumm a write off of more that 10 million euro in debts. Judge Frank Bailey found ...
The eleven members of the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry will finally make a start on their job of work tomorrow, it comes more than six years after that infamous night of ...
Yesterday at a legal hearing in Connecticut property developer Sean Dunne waived his right to walk away from his €700m of debts. The surprise move means that Mr Dunne has given ...
This week, tens of thousands of Yazidis were stranded on a mountain in Iraq as they tried to escape militants, the developer Michael Flynn won a bid to have an ...
The open-air concert A Nation's Voice, featuring the choral work 'One Hundred Years a Nation', that took place at Collins Barracks in March 2016.
Five years ago the late Brian Lenihan, as Minister for Finance stood up in the Dail to deliver details of an emergency budget and made mention of a new entity ...
We took a look back at the stories of the week with Deputy Editor of The Irish Times; Denis Staunton, Political Correspondent of the Irish Daily Star; Catherine Halloran, and ...
Once Ireland's richest man, former billionaire Sean Quinn was sentenced to nine weeks in prison for contempt of court. Ian Kehoe, Deputy Editor of The Sunday Business Post was at ...
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