The yield on Digicel’s April 2022 bond has dropped to 11.4 per cent from 14.3 per cent three months ago. Photograph by Matt Kavanagh

Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien has said he will hold off on selling shares in his mobile carrier Digicel Group for at least a year to 18 months, awai(...)

3GCQ: south docklands former warehouse converted to office use after Denis O’Brien invested more than €3m in its revamp

Zalando, Europe’s biggest dedicated online fashion retailer, is to pay a record rent for a newly restored Victorian warehouse owned by businessman Den(...)

Social Democrats TD Catherine Murphy has said taxpayers have a right to know why such large write-downs were granted to certain borrowers of IBRC. Photograph: Alan Betson

Last Friday evening, on the cusp of the bank holiday weekend, the second interim report of the commission of inquiry into IBRC was published by the De(...)

Denis O’Brien:  argued that the refusal by Facebook and Google to share their revenues with telcos such as Digicel was holding back investment in developing countries. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien, the founder of Digicel, accused Google of peddling “canards” and of giving “two fingers” to telco operators in the ongoing industry de(...)

‘The government was wrong to back down on Irish water,’ Denis O’Brien said. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Businessman Denis O’Brien criticised the proposal to suspend water charges which has formed a central part of Fine Gael’s deal with Fianna Fail to for(...)

Speaking on Bloomberg TV, Mr O’Brien said that Digicel, of which he is the principal shareholder, is still “highly profitable” and that he will keep investing heavily in the Caribbean and South Pacific mobile operator, including buying other businesses. (Photograph: Swoan Parker/Reuters)

Businessman Denis O’Brien said on Tuesday that he is in “no rush” to resume dividends at mobile operator Digicel, but will probably return to dividen(...)

 Connaught House on Burlington Road in Dublin  where the offices of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) formerly Anglo Irish Bank are located. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

An ongoing investigation into the IBRC - formerly Anglo Irish Bank - and the Siteserv deal continues to be hamstrung by strict issues of legal confide(...)

2fm’s ‘Breakfast Republic’ team -  Jennifer Zamparelli, Bernard O’Shea and Keith Walsh.

Listeners have switched off from Today FM, Newstalk and 2fm, while Radio 1 has added to its recent audience gains, the latest radio ratings show. All(...)

Lawyers for businessman Denis O’Brien are seeking  a date as soon as possible to hear an application for discovery of nine categories of documents as part of a case against  Red Flag.

Lawyers for businessman Denis O’Brien have told the High Court he is continuing to suffer harm as a result of alleged defamation of him by the Red Fla(...)

Declan Ganley: “Today’s Persona ruling is immaterial to our case.” Photograph: Eric Luke

One down, one to go. The High Court has, for now, scuppered businessman Tony Boyle’s lawsuit, funded by a specialist English litigation company, su(...)