Exchequer Chambers is a five-storey over-basement building on Exchequer Street.

The huge appetite among private investors for acquiring retail buildings in Dublin’s south inner city is continuing to trigger further sales of what h(...)

Eircom Wholesale’s fibre broadband, which offers speeds of up to 100Mb per second, currently extends to 1.2 million homes throughout the State, covering about half of the households and businesses in the country

Eircom Wholesale has signed a deal with Pure Telecom that is set to be worth about €20 million over the next two years. Under the deal, the whole com(...)

The Commission’s chair, Isolde Goggin, said businesses have had “ample time to update the information which they give to consumers”

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (the Commission) has today published details of seven compliance notices issued to telecommunica(...)

“The consolidation of airlines is probably the strongest argument for the sell-off of the State’s stake in Aer Lingus. Yet airline mergers have yet to prove a financial success. Iberia and the largest airline group in Europe, Lufthansa, are struggling.” Photograph: Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images

Aer Lingus is back in the spotlight since the British Airways parent IAG formally announced the terms of its offer for the airline last week, valuing (...)

Musgrave Group, owner of Ireland’s largest domestic supermarket chain, is understood to be planning to offer mobile- phone services using the network(...)

Beaux Lane House: Reputed to have been developed at a cost of about €20m

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI)has sold a substantial office block at the rear of Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre to Germa(...)

PTSB shares:  trading on a lesser market on the Irish Stock Exchange. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

With the refloating of PTSB, is this an opportunity to get some value from our old PTSB shares? I believe they are currently worth 6 cent approximatel(...)

The High Court has ordered Eircom to disclose the name and address of an anonymous emailer who distributed an allegedly defamatory letter about a wast(...)

Data flow: High-speed broadband is the new necessity for modern living and working. It lets people live where they choose, work from home, run web businesses or use apps to farm more efficiently

Rural Ireland was last in the queue to get electricity in the 20th century. The government’s Rural Electrification Scheme started after the second Wor(...)

Eircom is rolling out its fibre broadband to more rural areas of Ireland, adding 300,000 premises in more than 1,000 communities throughout the State(...)