13/11/2014.  - NEWS - HEALTH -Denis O'Brien, at the GETHealth, Global Education & Technology Health Summit, organised by John Hopkins Centre for Clinical Global Health Education,  in Dublin Castle on Thursday.Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish TimesPhotograph; Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

As the media picked apart Denis O’Brien’s decision to yank the $2 billion flotation of Digicel, its biggest rival quietly kicked it while it was down.(...)

Digicel had previously teamed up with currency dealer George Sores and Mr Pun’s Yoma group in an unsuccessful bid to win a licence in Myanmar

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel has agreed to sell its 75 per cent holding in Digicel Asian Holdings (DAH), a consortium formed with Burmese  tycoon S(...)

Digital is pivoting away from being a pure mobile operator and wants to expand into cable television, high-speed fibre and corporate services

Directors of Digicel have told investors it is prepared to spend $400 million on up to 15 acquisitions as the group pivots away from being a pure mobi(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

In a detailed on-camera presentation to potential investors this month, a sharp-suited Denis O’Brien laid out his plans for Digicel, which which looks(...)

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

Denis O’Brien: old hand at the debt game. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

As Ireland struggled to recover from the crash, bond guru Michael Hasenstab of Franklin Templeton snapped up billions of euro worth of the State’s bon(...)

Digicel chairman Denis O’Brien. He has lobbied regional regulators strongly over the takeover, which he says should only go ahead after a major sell-off of overlapping assets

The proposed $3 billion (€2.7 billion) deal by the telco Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) to take over Columbus International appears to be (...)

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel is to establish a corporate base in Dublin.

Denis O’Brien’s mobile phone group Digicel is to establish a corporate base in Dublin from where group chief executive Colm Delves and other senior m(...)