A High Court judge ‘sympathised’ with one group of concerned locals but dismissed their claim.
Ex-Ryanair finance boss Howard Millar and two fellow Stellwagen Capital directors deny any wrongdoing.
The case relates to a loan acquired by a fund from the Bank of Scotland.
The businesswoman claimed Killegy House should have been sold to her.
The 47-turbine ‘Maighne’ project was first put forward in 2015.
The lender was formally wound up in 2013 on a petition from the Central Bank.
The company says Toughbook & Diagnostic Ireland stole its intellectual property.
A Cerberus subsidiary allegedly threatened to offload his stock and machinery.
The telecoms firm closed its shop without giving notice earlier this month.
A property owner is challenging An Bord Pleanála’s decision to give the project the green light.
The company filed for examinership after its owner withdrew financial support.
Roberta’s in Dublin city centre commenced trading less than two months ago.
Decobake, which employs nearly 50 staff, is being put into liquidation.
The newspapers are part of the same group that publishes the Irish Examiner.
It was claimed the partnership was pushed into a ‘contrived’ default.
The judge said it was “a beautiful corner of Dublin” – but he rejected the local teacher’s case.
The developers of ‘the Vaults’ experience claim an anti-Dublin bias in grant aid.
A judge called the attempt ‘frivolous, vexatious and bound to fail’.
A Cork group says the build would breach EU environmental laws.
The accountancy firm accidentally sent her thousands of confidential details.