Along Dalkey’s narrow coastal road and up the hill towards Killiney are many modest gateways where granite pillars and high walls conceal magnificent (...)

The updated filing also confirms that Denis O’Brien will continue to receive a quarterly dividend of $10 million from the company, which could also boost payments to its billionaire founder

Denis O’Brien’s Caribbean telco Digicel has added Davy stockbrokers to the ticket for its upcoming flotation in New York. It’s expected to raise in th(...)

Denis O’Brien:  has  been awarded honorary membership of the Order of Jamaica, for services to its telecommunications industry. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien may be getting crucified in the land of his birth over what some see as the bone-headed extent of his self-pitying litigiousness, but th(...)

Denis O’Brien: his Caribbean telco is a fully-fledged member of the flotation club. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Digicel inched closer to its listing in New York this week by updating its SEC filings, although it is still likely to be November before Denis O’Brie(...)

HeyStaks’ platform analyses smartphone behaviour anonymously to understand the intent and interests of users

UCD-based start-up firm HeyStaks has raised €1.5 million in investment from the Denis O’Brien-owned mobile network provider Digicel to help bring its (...)

The interior of Audi’s upcoming A4, which will offer in-car connectivity via a flat-rate sim card from Irish firm Cubic Telecom which cuts out roaming charges for connected drivers.

An Irish tech firm is behind Audi’s launch of a Europe-wide, flat-rate sim card, fitted in its new models from next year, that cuts out roaming charg(...)

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel  has the hump over so-called “bypass fraud”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel may be gearing up for a near $10 billion flotation to finance its rollout of fibre fixed-line services, but that isn’t prevent(...)

Digicel’s IPO filing revealed the company made payments over the last three years of $26.5 million to  AC Executive Aviation Services, a company controlled by Digicel owner Denis O’Brien, for the use of his corporate jet. Photograph: David Sleator

Some folk who remembered how the O’Reilly clan battled Denis O’Brien for control of Independent News and Media (INM) back in 2007 were mightily amused(...)

Michael Hasenstab, bond trader with Franklin Templeton

Michael Hasenstab, the star bond trader with Franklin Templeton who made billions of euros in a huge crisis-era bet on an Irish turnaround, has emerge(...)

A Digicel shop in Jamaica: the company’s $6.5 billion total debt is denominated in dollars but its revenues come from local currencies in the Caribbean, Central America and the South Pacific. Photograph: Peter Murtagh

Digicel’s near-300-page IPO registration document includes 29 pages of potential risk factors that could affect the business in the years ahead. Comp(...)