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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Quinn Group

All time
Former billionaire Seán Quinn to leave role with company that took over his former operations
QIHL was formed in 2014 when it acquired the building and packaging materials of the former Quinn Group.
# Quinn-asty
Seán Quinn agrees to hand over future earnings as his former empire is picked apart
The former tycoon’s glass business looks set to be sold to a Spanish firm.
Return of the old guard at Quinn Group as long-time stakeholders swoop on sales process
Sean Quinn has given his ‘moral support’ to the bid.
# Budget
The Briefcase: Tax havens, a €100 million deal for Quinn's companies, and a Wetherspoons fry-up
This was the week in business.
# Attack
4x4 set on fire at Quinn plant in Cavan
CEO Paul O’Brien said it was ‘reckless in the extreme’ stating that employees were in the area that the car was driven in to.
# This Week
Regrets, friends and the Dubai connection: 6 things we heard at the Anglo trial
A look back at seven days of evidence at the Criminal Courts of Justice.
# Anglo Trial
‘How times have changed’ – Seán Quinn takes the stand
Seán Quinn took the stand in the Anglo trial today and was combative, but cagey.
# Anglo Trial
What happened on the furious phone call between Sean Quinn and Anglo bosses
The phone call in July 2008 ended either when David Drumm of Anglo walked out or when Sean Quinn hung up, the court at the Anglo trial heard.
# Attack
Sean Quinn condemns bus set on fire outside his former company
Sean Quinn said the people who set a bus on fire outside a Quinn Group premises this morning are not acting in his name.
# Investigation
Bus set on fire outside Quinn Group property
Gardaí are carrying out a technical examination of the scene today.
# Quinn Group
'Campaign of sabotage': Former Quinn HQ in Derrylin attacked
The Quinn Group was rebranded as Aventas Group – its headquarters in Derrylin was attacked last night.
# Quinn Group
Attack on Quinn Group operations condemned
A crane being used for work on a new secondary school project in Co Leitrim was damaged, the Quinn Manufacturing Group said.
# Quinn Group
Attacks on Quinn Group electricity poles condemned
The PSNI and Northern Ireland Electricity have condemned the attacks, with a Sinn Féin MLA calling them “disgraceful actions”.
# Sean Quinn
Seán Quinn released from Mountjoy after nine-week sentence for contempt
The bankrupt Cavan businessman, formerly Ireland’s richest man, has completed a nine-week sentence.
# Sean Quinn
Seán Quinn to be released from jail for 3 days over Christmas
The decision was taken following talks between the Attorney General, the Prison Service and the Minister for Justice, Alan Shatter.
# Arson
Quinn Group premises damaged in arson attack
The property was left with substantial damages and police believe the fire was started deliberately.
# Quinn Group
Quinn's former Cambridge hotel sells for nearly €45 million
The Crowne Plaza in Cambridge was bought by the Livingstone Brothers, who already own the Four Seasons in Dublin.
# Sean Quinn
Seán Quinn: It’s Anglo, and not us, that owes billions to the State
In an interview with TV3, the former billionaire says IBRC has already repossessed the companies which owed money to it.
# Insurance
Quinn Healthcare announces name change
The company is abandoning the name of Seán Quinn, its bankrupt former owner whose finances have been the subject of controversy.
# Quinn
Gardaí investigate lorry fire outside Quinn plant in Cavan
The incident is the latest in a series that have seemingly targeted properties formerly owned by the bankrupt Seán Quinn.
# Bankruptcy
High Court clears the way for Quinn bankruptcy in Republic
The High Court will now hear a petition next Monday on having Sean Quinn declared bankrupt in the Republic of Ireland.
# Quinn
Seán Quinn bankruptcy annulled by Belfast High Court
Once Ireland’s richest man, Quinn’s declaration of bankruptcy in the North has now been annulled. The bank formerly known as Anglo Irish is pursuing him for billions owed in loan repayments.
# Health Insurance
334 jobs safeguarded as Quinn Healthcare sold to Swiss group
Reinsurance company Swiss Re has bought the health insurance company, and secured its operations with 334 jobs secured.
# Quinn
Police investigate damage to Quinn Group premises in Fermanagh
It’s the latest in a series of incidents related to the Quinn Group, formerly owned by the now bankrupt entrepreneur Seán Quinn.
# Sean Quinn
Sean Quinn ordered to repay €1.6 billion
Businessman Quinn has been ordered by the Commercial Court to repay €1.6 billion to the IBRC, formerly known as Anglo Irish Bank.
# Sean Quinn
Quinn: "What happened over the last two years shouldn't have happened"
In an interview with a Fermanagh newspaper Sean Quinn vowed to restore his family’s reputation – and said that he has received thousands of letters of support from well-wishers.
# Sean Quinn
Quinn ordered to repay €417m of Anglo debt
The judgement is the largest before the courts in the history of the State.
# Bankrupt
Seán Quinn files for bankruptcy in Belfast High Court
In a statement the man who was once the richest in Ireland has said the government has been intent on making him a “scapegoat”.
# Quinn Group
Seán Quinn: Attacks on Quinn properties are not in my name
The ousted chief of the Quinn Group denies claims by its new CEO that he wouldn’t condemn attacks on its properties.
# Quinn
Quinn Group chief executive's family car destroyed in arson attack
Paul O’Brien’s car was destroyed in an attack at his home in Co Meath, which also damaged his house and that of a neighbour.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Friday
All the day’s news, and the bits and pieces you may have missed…
# Quinn
Quinn Group reports operating loss of €888m for 2009
Over €640m of that loss comes from losses at Quinn Insurance, which is currently under administration.
The 9 at 9: Tuesday
Nine things you need to know by 9am: a former AIB director receives €3m in pay, Sean Quinn breaks his silence, and a smackdown for a moonwalking Romanian politician…
Quinn breaks his silence: the statement in full
The full text of Seán Quinn’s statement on his financial downfall, and on the future of the Quinn Group.
Seán Quinn breaks silence over Anglo move
Former billionaire Seán Quinn has spoken of “upset” over the move by Anglo Irish Bank to remove him from control of his business, saying that he could have improved the company’s fortunes given time.
Quinn told politicians he "made mistakes" in racking up €2.9bn debt
The fallen businessman acknowledges his failings to local politicians – as over 4,000 employees await confirmation of their jobs.
Take 5: Thursday
5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.
Anglo Irish ousts Sean Quinn from group he founded
Thousands of employees hear assurances that their jobs are safe – but the Quinn family will no longer have a role in the business.
# BaNAMA Republic
Government insists Quinn must repay €2.8bn Anglo debt
The troubled businessman owes the nationalised bank €2.8bn – and the government demands a taxpayer return.