At the National Digital Week launch were (from left) Norah Casey, publisher; Anne O’Leary, Vodafone Ireland; Louise Phelan, PayPal; and Dee Forbes, Discovery Networks Northern Europe

Ireland’s first-ever National Digital Week took place at the beginning of this month in the west Cork town of Skibbereen. The four-day event attracted(...)

Vodafone says revenue rose in the first half of the year as the group’s investment in 4G paid off. Photograph: Shailesh Andrade/Reuters

Revenue at telecoms firm Vodafone Ireland rose in the three months to the end of September. Mobile and fixed service revenue rose 2 per cent year on(...)

Darina Barrett: ‘The culture is one where we trust people to the work . . . We don’t need to see you to know you are working’

KPMG Ireland’s graduate recruitment policy ensures a 50:50 gender balance in each year’s intake, and this is reflected right through to manager and di(...)

Louise Phelan, vice-president global operations EMEA at PayPal , is among the business leaders who are joining the Focus Ireland sleep out

Business leaders including Paypal’s Louise Phelan, Vodafone chief executive Anne O’Leary and Merrion Fleet Management commercial director David Wilkin(...)

At the launch of Network Ireland’s national conference which takes place on Friday September 25th in Westport (left to right) were: Joanne Grehan, Head of Mayo Enterprise, Mayo County Council, Anne O’Leary, chief executive Vodafone Ireland, Olwen Dawe, president of Network Ireland and Ken Burke, head of business banking with AIB. Photograph: Conor Healy.

The position of women in business, politics, science and government will be among the topics for discussion at a national conference at the end of the(...)

Vodafone Ireland saw growth in the consumer contract and enterprise mobile businesses and in fixed line subscriptions but said this was offset by a decline in prepaid mobile

Service revenue declined by 0.1 per cent at Vodafone Ireland during the first quarter, the group said on Friday. Vodafone Ireland saw growth in the co(...)

Vodafone’s Anne O’Leary (centre) talks with Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Communications Alex White at Vodafone Ireland’s new European sales centre in Carrickmines. Also pictured is Martin Shanahan of the IDA (far right) and Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton. Photograph: Alan Betson

Two hundred permanent jobs will be created with Vodafone Ireland as part of a €60 million investment in a new European sales centre in Dublin. Taoise(...)

Pictured are (left to right) Pat O’Doherty, CEO, ESB; Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Alex White;  Taoiseach Enda Kenny; Sean Atkinson CEO, SIRO; and Anne O’Leary, CEO, Vodafone at the launch of SIRO.

Bandwidth-hungry businesses and consumers around the country received welcome news recently with the launch of Siro, the new joint venture between ESB(...)

EMC vice president Bob Savage, Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton and Vodafone chief executive Anne O’Leary. EMC and Vodafone have co-invested €2 million in a new Internet of Things innovation platform.

EMC and Vodafone have jointly invested €2 million in a new Internet of Things innovation platform in Co Cork. The platform, which has been specificall(...)

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(...)