All of Britain’s leading accounting firms have failed to hit quality targets set by their regulator for auditing company books, and they have done so for the second year in a row, with Grant Thornton and PwC singled out to join KPMG under tougher supervision.
Thu, 11 Jul, 2019
It was hardly a surprise that there were more questions than answers when John Treacy faced the Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport yesterday, given that the Sport Ireland chief executive had to admit that the body was still in the dark about the reasons for a controversial €100,000 loan from the FAI’s former chief executive John Delaney to the FAI in 2017.
Thu, 04 Apr, 2019
The national children’s hospital board has been accused of hiding the findings of 11 more reviews and audits of the ballooning project’s financial controls and governance after refusing to immediately release the records.
Mon, 11 Feb, 2019
A dispute over a publican's alleged unlawful occupation of the Long Stone pub in Dublin's city centre could delay the planned sale and redevelopment of the Apollo House site, with a market value of €35m, the Commercial Court has been told.
Fri, 20 Oct, 2017
The Higher Education Authority has spent over €75,000 so far probing how the University of Limerick handled whistleblowers’ claims about irregular expense claims and ensuing industrial relations problems.
Thu, 30 Mar, 2017
Fri, 11 Dec, 2015
Siptu has warned strikes which will ground thousands of passengers at the country’s three main airports in the run-up to the St Patrick’s Bank Holiday will, as of now, still go ahead in spite of an intervention in the pensions dispute by the Government, IBEC and ICTU.
Tue, 04 Mar, 2014