Vodafone Ireland’s Ciaran Barrett, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney and Peter Collins, managing director of Carrigaline Court Hotel:  LightSpeed is being initially launched in Carrigaline. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Vodafone will today launch LightSpeed Broadband, its new high-speed fibre broadband offering delivered over its €450 million Siro fibre infr(...)

Eir’s total broadband customer base was 798,000 at the end of September, up 16,000 in the quarter and by 66,000 compared to the same quarter a year earlier.

Eir has reported a strong start for the quarter ended September 30th with revenues up 4 per cent year-on-year to €325 million in a period which cover(...)

Bloodstone Building: completed by property developer Seán Dunne shortly before the property crash in 2008

Blackstone, the world’s biggest private equity firm, is on track to make a profit of €43 million on two office buildings it bought in Dublin’s south d(...)

In the next few weeks Eir will discover the results of an audit of its financial and technical operations carried out by the Department of Communications

In the next few weeks, Eir will discover the results of an audit of its financial and technical operations carried out by the Department of Communicat(...)

A still from Eir’s new ad campaign

Eir threw something of a curveball at Minister for Communications Alex White recently. His big plan to connect rural Ireland to high-speed broadband w(...)

Eircom, recently rebranded as Eir, has been told to pay €35,000 to charity for illegally sending marketing texts and making phone calls to customers w(...)

Phibsboro Shopping Centre: northside retail space is ripe for redevelopment. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A new opportunity to redevelop Phibsboro Shopping Centre in the north Dublin suburb will arise shortly when the rundown complex is offered for sale a(...)

Denis O’Brien: was trying to sell an IPO for a heavily indebted telecoms company whose revenues have flatlined in the past couple of years. Photograph: The Irish Times

Digicel’s decision to pull its IPO in New York less than 48 hours before it was due to announce the pricing is a huge blow to Denis O’Brien. Not fina(...)

Richard Moat , CEO eir, on stage with staff looking on during the launch of the brand eir , formerly known as eircom, in the company’s offices at Heuston South Quarter, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Eircom has lost its com. As reported in The Irish Times two weeks ago, the company that evolved from the Department of Posts and Telegraphs to Telecom(...)

HSQ also includes 3.6 acres of land for future development which a feasibility study shows could accommodate about 18,166sq m (195,537sq ft) of commercial accommodation and 115  apartments

An international gym franchise and a leading Irish coffee chain are to join the retail mix at Heuston South Quarter (HSQ) beside Heuston Station in Du(...)