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The court heard Yourtel’s assets were mainly contained in three Bank of Ireland accounts, one containing about €24,000 and the other two containing “paltry” sums.

Yourtel, a Germany-based landline phone operator, is pulling out of the Irish market, the High Court has heard. The company also agreed in court to a(...)

Former interim chief executive of Eircom Cathal Magee has lodged a case against the company now trading as Eir in the High Court. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Cathal Magee, the former interim chief executive of Eircom (now called Eir), plans to sue the company in a row over payment of a €150,000-a-year consu(...)

A reader  wants to know where he  can check what Eircom shares he had. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

I had shares in Eircom/Vodafone/Verizon and, as we all know, we lost out. What I want to know is, as they were public shares, can I claim against loss(...)

CEO of telecoms group Siro, John Keaney. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

When it launched in 2015, Siro’s focus was on regional towns with poor broadband. The ESB’s joint venture with Vodafone, a surprise addition to the St(...)

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola lifts the trophy as they celebrate winning the Premier League in May. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

People who illegally stream live English Premier League football matches will find the service blocked when the season kicks off next month following (...)

A decade ago, there were almost 4,000 payphones in Ireland. Photograph: Fred Tanneau/AFP/Getty Images

The number of public payphones in Ireland continues to plummet with just 468 left, compared to close to 4,000 little more than a decade ago. Usage of(...)

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola lifts the trophy as they celebrate winning the Premier League. The league has become increasingly concerned at the rise in the number of people in Ireland using free or cheaper illegal web-based sports TV services. File photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

The English Premier League has lodged proceedings in the High Court in a bid to block the illegal viewing of its football matches by tens of thousands(...)

Conceived during the crisis, the broadband plan was designed to minimise the up-front cost. Whether that is now the best option to deliver long-term value for money is the question.

The Government is battling to win support for its broadband plan – welcomed through much of rural Ireland, but attacked by its own senior officials an(...)

Labour  leader Brendan Howlin: turns out his predecessor Pat Rabbitte supports the Government’s national broadband plan. Checkmate. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Perfidious Pat. Et tu, Rabbitte? How is a Labour leader supposed to vehemently oppose the Government’s broadband project when the silken words of an(...)

National Broadband Ireland, the company that has been  named preferred bidder for the contract, will not be permitted to refuse to connect any home, no matter how remote. File photograph: Karl Hussey/Fennell Photography

What is the national broadband plan? It’s a plan to bring high-speed broadband, almost entirely via fibre optic cables, to 100 per cent of homes and(...)

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