Announcing Eir’s purchase of Setanta: Jon Florsheim, Eir Consumer, Michael O’Rourke, Setanta chief executive, and Richard Moat, chief executive, Eir. Photograph: Maxwells

Eir is believed to have agreed to pay more than €20 million to acquire Setanta Sports, a deal the telecom group’s chief executive Richard Moat describ(...)

The company said it was currently pursuing a policy of geographic and sectoral diversification with resources being deployed on developing business in the UK and in the Caribbean, where Denis O’Brien’s telecoms firm Digicel has a large foothold

The Denis O’Brien-owned infrastructure and utility support services company Siteserv, which recently rebranded as Actavo, is forecasting turnover of a(...)

Operating profit of £375 million was slightly ahead of a forecast of £366 million

European pay-TV group Sky posted a slightly-better-than expected 10 per cent jump in first-quarter operating profit on Wednesday, helped by strong ne(...)

Record demand for entertainment and broadband in Britain, Germany and Austria helped European pay-TV group Sky to post a slightly better-than-expected(...)

Sky posted nine-month operating profit of £1.03 billion. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Solid demand for pay-TV in Britain and an improving picture in Germany and Italy helped Sky to post an as-expected 20 per cent jump in nine-month prof(...)

For many golf fans the British Open will disappear in 2017 when one of the BBC’s crown jewels moves to Sky. Is the Six Nations next to fall? In these (...)

Overall the group posted first half adjusted operating profit up 16 per cent to £675 million

Strong demand for pay TV in Britain and a record jump in customer numbers in Germany helped Sky to post a 16 per cent rise in first-half adjusted ope(...)

Premier League matches will be screened live on Friday nights from the start of the 2016-17 season. Up to 10 games will be shown live on Friday evenin(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: expected to come on the market in the early part of the year and will generate considerable interest at home and abroad. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Six years after the property meltdown, the painful hangover has been replaced by a buying frenzy, much of it at surprisingly high values.The turnarou(...)

The Liberty Global owned company said that total subscriptions increased by 6 per cent or 65,200 in Q3 compared with the same quarter in 2013.

UPC Ireland added a further 13,600 customers in the third quarter of the year, bringing its total subscription base up to 1,105,200. The Liberty Globa(...)