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Employees exiting from the Eir Group headquarters at Heuston South Quarter on Thursday after news of 750 redundancies was announced. Photograph: Alan Betson

Richard Moat, who stepped down this week as chief executive of Eir, said five years’ ago (then as chief financial officer) that he hoped a programme t(...)

Departing Eir staff are being offered five weeks’ pay per year of services, capped at two years’ pay, according to sources.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Eir has unveiled plans to cut 750 jobs days after a majority stake in the company was acquired by two French firms controlled by telecoms billionaire (...)

 Eir said on Thursday that companies controlled by French telecoms billionaire Xavier Niel are set to complete the takeover of the former Irish phone monopoly “within weeks”

Eir said on Thursday that companies controlled by French telecoms billionaire Xavier Niel are set to complete the takeover of the former Irish phone m(...)

Eir headquarters near Heuston Station has been purchased by a Far Eastern investor for €176 million. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

One of Dublin’s largest office developments has been sold in an off-market transaction and a wealthy Far Eastern investor is the new owner of the Eir (...)

“My phone rings, I answer it and a recorded female voice says: ‘Please dial the number you are calling.’  It is now wrecking my head and I dread the phone ringing.”

Ann Slaven got in touch with a story about Eir that is so bad it is almost comical. She was a landline customer of Eir – and before that Eircom and be(...)

Eir’s new chief executive Carolan Lennon is pictured with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  launching the Eir Fund back in 2017. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Telecommunications provider Eir said on Tuesday that it has appointed Carolan Lennon as its new chief executive, in a move which will see her guide Ei(...)

‘The Government weakened its own position on the rollout of broadband by handing Eir the best cards in an already mediocre playing hand.’ Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA

Eir’s unfortunate announcement that it was withdrawing from the tender for National Broadband Plan (NBP) has rightly angered and frustrated the half-a(...)

Richard Moat of Eir: “I want to stay around and be a part of Irish business life.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Richard Moat, the English-born chief executive of Ireland’s former State telecoms incumbent, has had to become a bit of a forester to navigate the thi(...)

People living in Dublin and other major urban  centres may not appreciate just how bad the position is in rural Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

News that one of the two bidders for a State contract to connect homes in rural parts of the country to high quality broadband has withdrawn from the (...)

Debbie Byrne, the newly appointed managing director of An Post retail

An Post has appointed Debbie Byrne as managing director of its newly formed retail division. Following a decision to split the group’s operation int(...)

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