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#Ivan Yates

From TheJournal.ie AIB hits back at claims it 'harassed and intimidated' Ivan Yates Ivan Yates

AIB hits back at claims it 'harassed and intimidated' Ivan Yates

The bankrupt former government minister and Newstalk presenter was heavily critical of the bank in a newspaper interview at the weekend.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Exporting our troubles is an Irish speciality Opinion

Column: Exporting our troubles is an Irish speciality

Ireland’s solution has always been to send our problems abroad, writes Jillian Godsil – and we’re still doing it today.

From TheJournal.ie Ivan Yates to leave Newstalk Ivan Yates

Ivan Yates to leave Newstalk

Broadcaster Ivan Yates has confirmed that he is to leave his place at the helm of Newstalk’s Breakfast show to concentrate on his “financial issues”.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Friday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things to know this morning…

From TheJournal.ie In full: what former ministers get after the government's new levy Pensions

In full: what former ministers get after the government's new levy

We’ve gone through the list of ministerial pensions to see precisely how each living former minister is hit by the various levies.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Who was the best Áras debate host? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who was the best Áras debate host?

Now that we’ve sat through all the debates we could, we’re asking for your thoughts on who handled their event best.

From TheJournal.ie Take 5: Tuesday Take 5

Take 5: Tuesday

Why Ivan Yates is “profoundly sad” and why this coming Friday will be snow joke… Tuesday’s Take 5.

From TheJournal.ie Receiver appointed to Ivan Yates' Celtic Bookmakers Receivership

Receiver appointed to Ivan Yates' Celtic Bookmakers

Businessman, radio presenter and former government minister Ivan Yates confirms that a receiver has been appointed by AIB to his business.

From TheJournal.ie Agony for Ivan as Celtic Bookmakers closes two shops Celtic Bookmakers

Agony for Ivan as Celtic Bookmakers closes two shops

The chain of bookies owned by Newstalk radio presenter and former minister Ivan Yates cuts jobs and sheds services.

Ivan Yates 'would like' to succeed Browne on TV3 TV3

Ivan Yates 'would like' to succeed Browne on TV3

Ivan would be keen to continue substituting for Vincent Browne – though other presenters got higher ratings.

THE BOARD of investment vehicle One51 say it was not told about payments made to the company’s management.

Speaking at the company’s AGM today, non-executive director Noel Cawley said the company’s board had not been told of the payments from patent income that were later distributed to management. The payments of €1.98m, were made to nine executives from the proceeds of a patent for a paint-tin lid develoed by a subsidiary of One51.

The issue is at the centre of a dispute between One51′s CEO Phillip Lynch and dissident shareholders Gerry Killen and John Hegarty, who have stood opposed to the company’s investment strategy.

Business and Finance is also reporting that Cawley said chief executive Phillip Lynch has “an old style of corporate governance”.

A number of speakers asked questions concerning income from patents, director’s remuneration and the corporate governance of the company. One51′s chief financial officer Alan Walsh robustly defended the company’s record, frequently referring to legal advice that informed the management’s decisions

Non-executive director and Newstalk presenter Ivan Yates said he had been troubled by some of what had been recently discovered. But he said he was “excited” about the prospects for the company, citing the ‘Clear Circle’ environmental services division of the company, which is set to float for €320m. Yates added that if he failed to meet his objective of increasing shareholder value he would resign.

One51 is an investment vehicle that owns Irish Pride and a share in NTR and the Irish Continental Group.

DREADING an early start tomorrow morning? Spare a thought for Newstalk’s Ivan Yates. The co-host of the station’s Breakfast show has demanded he be given a later time slot within a month because he’s sick of his 3:50am starts, according to the Sunday Times. Presumably co-host Claire Byrne – formerly of TV3′s Ireland AM – is used to the early mornings.