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3M accounts for some 25% of the rental income at 2050 Orchard Avenue, Citywest Business Campus. Photograph: Alex Urdaneta

Henley Bartra, the joint venture between Henley, the global private equity real estate investor, and developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, will (...)

Eir CEO Carolan Lennon: ‘It’s acknowledged all over the world that fibre-to-the-home is better than cable.’

“We’ve never been good at it,” admits Eir boss Carolan Lennon about its customer service, the great casualty of the telecommunications age. Contacting(...)

The world of sports broadcast rights can be cut-throat, with examples abounding of glorious land grabs turning into humiliating early exits.

Eir is sitting out the latest sports rights auctions and “exploring options” for Eir Sport. They don’t look great. If Eir Sport was a football game, (...)

The difficult situation for Eir Sport was underlined in Eir’s results for the second half of 2020, which showed a 47 per cent drop in TV and content revenues. Photograph: iStock

Eir has said it will not take part in the latest rounds of sports rights auctions, citing fundamental changes to the commercial model for subscription(...)

Judge Pauline Codd said the offending material involved the ‘gross exploitation’ of children, which she described as ‘abhorrent’.  File photograph: Collins Courts

A former bank worker caught with thousands of sexually explicit images of children has been given a fully suspended sentence. Robert Traynor (54) tol(...)

Leadership in Eir  is split with male employees making up 65 per cent

Communications company Eir said it would reduce further the gender pay gap it had identified among staff, making it a key priority for the company. (...)

Cellnex acquisition was structured into six separate transactions – one for each country – with the deals for assets in Ireland, Austria and Denmark closing last month.

Cellnex spent €600 million last month acquiring Three-owner CK Hutchison’s Irish telecoms towers and sites as part of a wider €10 billion deal. Newl(...)

Mobile customers rose 5% to 1.91m, with post-pay subscribers rising 16%

Revenues fell 4 per cent in the second half at Eir to €590 million, due primarily to declines in traditional access and voice revenue. Operating prof(...)

EasyGo’s recently installed charge point in Dublin City University. The company is course to have a network of 1,300 this year.

EasyGo claims to have surpassed the ESB as the State’s largest provider of electric vehicle (EV) charge points. The Kildare-based company, which uses(...)

The regulator has said it will oppose the legal challenge by Three Ireland ‘in full’

Three Ireland has initiated court action against the communications regulator ComReg over new licences for radio spectrum, which allows operators to r(...)

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