PhoneWatch: set up in 1991

Home security firm PhoneWatch has extended its smart monitoring service to include fire and carbon monoxide alarms. The move comes as research condu(...)

Robbie Keane: fundamentally solid, occasionally infuriating, but remarkably consistent

The announcement by Eircom on Tuesday that it had rejected a bid of up to €3.3 billion for the business was peculiarly timed. The offer was apparently(...)

Anchorage Capital, which has global operations and is headquartered in New York, did not comment when asked if it was the “credible” bidder referred to by Eircom.

The ownership of Eircom is back up for grabs after it rejected a “credible” offer of up to €3.3 billion, while its biggest shareholder has also sold a(...)

City Square shopping centre in Waterford:   producing an annual rental income of €1.7 million

The City Square shopping centre in Waterford is to be upgraded and extended when it is taken over shortly by new owners. The New York-based Marathon (...)

Wednesday is the deadline for a request from Eircom to extend by more than two years to 2022 the repayment date for about €2 billion of its loans.

Eircom turned down a bid of up to €3.3 billion for the business in the first three months of the year.The telecoms company, which on Monday reported a(...)

Eircom will return to revenue growth in the current quarter, the company says, bringing it “one step closer” to a renewed flotation attempt.Richard Mo(...)

Eircom said it added 30,000 mobile subscribers in the nine months to the end of March to give it a total mobile base of 1,085,000 customers 4:34

Revenues at Eircom fell by 3 per cent in the nine months to the end of March to €940 million, while earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny says delivery of high-speed broadband to rural Ireland is a key part of ensuring economic recovery reaches every community. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A study by broadband provider Magnet to examine how superfast broadband connectivity influences internet use, has revealed surges in the consumption (...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: He held out some hope that he might revisit the Standard Life shareholder issue.

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said he does not intend to grant relief to Irish shareholders in Standard Life, many of whom are facing subst(...)

Eircom is seeking permission from its lenders to potentially sell its telephone exchange site on Crown Alley in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Eircom is seeking permission from its lenders to be able to spend up to €500 million on acquisitions and potentially sell its valuable telephone excha(...)