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Uptake of 5G in Ireland is increasing, often by word of mouth

Given our history when it comes to telecommunications infrastructure, people could be forgiven for expecting Ireland to be near the bottom of the leag(...)

US tech giants should bear some of the cost of major investment for 5G, fibre and cable networks in Europe because they use them so heavily, telecoms CEOs argue. Photograph:  Miquel Benitez/Getty Images

US tech giants should bear some of the costs of developing Europe’s telecoms networks because they use them so heavily, the chief executives of Deuts(...)

Photograph: iStock

Europe’s biggest telecommunications companies are finally abandoning their deal-making hesitancy. They may be too late to beat the kingpins of private(...)

Hibernia Reit has sold two prime office blocks in Dublin’s docklands to German property giant Commerz Real for €152.3m. Photograph: Gareth Byrne Photography

European shares fell on Wednesday as concerns about rising oil prices hit travel-related stocks, with Ryanair and ferries operator Irish Continental G(...)

Tesco was among the gainers early on Wednesday

European stocks tumbled more than 1 per cent on Wednesday as a surge in oil prices intensified concerns over higher inflation, while investors moved (...)

Deutsche Telekom’s HQ in Germany. After the deals, SoftBank will continue to own 41 per cent of its Japanese telecoms subsidiary, 4.5 per cent of Deutsche Telekom and 3.3 per cent of T-Mobile US.

Deutsche Telekom has agreed a multipronged deal with SoftBank that deepens its bet on the lucrative US market and will see the Japanese group take a r(...)

By late last year, earnings growth for the world’s tech giants had started to slow, relative to the rest of the world. File photograph: Getty

The world’s tech giants have embedded themselves so deeply in the popular imagination that few people can picture a digital world led by any other nam(...)

Adidas rose 1.6 per cent after selling its Reebok brand to Authentic Brands Groups for up to €2.1 billion. Photograph: iStock

European shares rose on Thursday, hitting yet another record high, as strong earnings from insurers and M&A activity in the UK helped offset a fa(...)

The Iseq overall index managed to rise 1.6%, with Cairn Homes advancing 1.6% to €1.04

European stocks rebounded on Thursday from a slump the previous day as investors took comfort from strong corporate earnings and merger talks in the c(...)

Intel is pursuing a multibillion-dollar drive to take on Asian rivals in contract manufacturing.

Intel wants €8 billion in public subsidies towards building a semi-conductor factory in Europe, its chief executive was cited as saying on Friday, as (...)

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