Paddy Power's market cap exceeds €1.4b, surpassing the €1.2b total valuation of the Bank of Ireland, making Paddy Ireland's eighth largest company.
Horsemen in the UK and Ireland continue to pressure government authorities to compel bookmakers to up their contributions to horse racing industries.
Paddy Power announced another impressive set of figures and celebrated by creating a number of jobs in Ireland
Ireland's Dept. of Finance reveal they are contemplating introducing a 2% tax on horse bettors' winnings as part of their revamp of the betting tax.
Casino owner Paul Lucey certainly has one hell of a set up going on in Ireland, his pad is off the chains and the perfect spot for a party.
Dermot Ahern, the Irish justice minister, is in hot water for lobbying fellow ministers to support a friend’s proposal to build a casino in Dundalk
For the small Irish bookmaker this could be a make-or-break week with observers claiming Ireland's 1,130 shops could soon fall to as few as 800
William Hill looking to cut costs as 2009 profits show 9% decrease
Paddy Power is prepared to pay tax on internet betting by its Irish customers so long as it is levied on all bookmakers taking bets online in Ireland