13/11/2014.  - NEWS - HEALTH -Denis O'Brien, at the GETHealth, Global Education & Technology Health Summit, organised by John Hopkins Centre for Clinical Global Health Education,  in Dublin Castle on Thursday.Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish TimesPhotograph; Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

As the media picked apart Denis O’Brien’s decision to yank the $2 billion flotation of Digicel, its biggest rival quietly kicked it while it was down.(...)

Digicel planned its stock market debut at $13 to $16 a share, giving the company with annual revenues of $2.8 billion and debt of $6.5 billion a market value of between $4 billion and $5 billion

The decision by Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien to pull a potential $2 billion (€1.8 billion) flotation of his mobile phone company Digicel drew a mix(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien: there are two broad reasons for going down the IPO route – raising funds or facilitating an exit for existing shareholders. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

There is no such thing as a “good” pulled IPO. In the statement announcing its decision not to proceed with its plan to float this week on the New Yor(...)

A concern for fund managers was that only a tiny proportion of Digicel revenues come from cable and fibre services. Photograph: Reuters

The warning lights started flashing over the weekend in the Carribbean, suggesting all was not well with Denis O’Brien’s plan to raise up to $2 billio(...)

The decision by Digicel, the Bermuda based telecoms company owned by Denis O’Brien, to cancel its potential $2 billion (€1.8bn) share flotation on the(...)

Denis O’Brien: ‘Why sell your front garden at a discount when you know it’s worth a lot more money?’ Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Denis O’Brien yesterday signalled he will try again to float his Caribbean mobile company, Digicel, “within a year” after earlier yanking its proposed(...)

Denis O’Brien has pulled the potential $2 billion flotation of his telecoms company Digicel. Photograph: Reuters

Irish businessman Denis O’Brien has scrapped the potential $2 billion flotation of his Caribbean and Pacific islands telecoms company Digicel less tha(...)

Denis O’Brien: investors may still be prepared to buy in to Digicel’s IPO purely on the back of his reputation. Photograph:  Reuters

Crunch time is approaching for Digicel’s planned initial public offering (IPO) on the New York stock exchange. Denis O’Brien hopes it will raise it ab(...)

Digicel had previously teamed up with currency dealer George Sores and Mr Pun’s Yoma group in an unsuccessful bid to win a licence in Myanmar

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel has agreed to sell its 75 per cent holding in Digicel Asian Holdings (DAH), a consortium formed with Burmese  tycoon S(...)

Denis O’Brien wants the web companies to share their revenues with him. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien has long held a grudge against web companies for allegedly hitching a free ride on the networks of telco operators such as his Digicel, (...)