Esat Digifone

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BT  entered Ireland in 2000 through the acquisition of a controlling stake in Esat Digifone

BT’s 600 employees in Ireland will benefit from a scheme to distribute about £50 million (€57m) a year in shares, representing about £500 (€572) per e(...)

Persona Digital Telephony and Sigma Wireless Networks’ amendments mostly arise out of the findings of the Moriarty tribunal in March 2011. Photograph: iStock

A consortium suing over the awarding of the country’s second mobile phone licence on grounds including bribery and corruption has been permitted by th(...)

Photograph: Phil Noble/File Photo/Reuters

BT is weighing bids for its Irish business as it continues to unwind its Global Services following an accounting scandal at its Italian business.&nbs(...)

A hearing of several applications for discovery of documents for an action over the awarding of the country’s second mobile phone licence in 1996 to Esat Digfone has opened before the High Court.

A hearing of several applications for discovery of documents for an action over the awarding of the country’s second mobile phone licence in 1996 to E(...)

Then communications minister Michael Lowry (centre) with Kare Gustad, then chief executive of Telenor Mobile, and Denis O’Brien, then chairman of Esat Digifon, toasting the success of their bid for the second mobile phone licence. Photograph: Eric Luke

A consortium suing over the awarding of the State’s second mobile phone licence on grounds including alleged bribery and corruption should not be allo(...)

David McCourt with former minister for communications, Denis Naughten. Photograph: Andrew Downes

It was Denis Naughten’s ambiguity about his meetings with the lead bidder for the National Broadband Plan, among other concerns, that spooked Leo Vara(...)

Derek Handley, who runs Seniors Money in Ireland, said the transaction was part of a “restructuring” of the wider group. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish-based management team of boom-time “reverse mortgage” provider Seniors Money has bought full control of its Irish and Spanish units from ma(...)

A file image of businessman Dermot Desmond. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

The Supreme Court has ruled that businessman Dermot Desmond cannot proceed with a legal action aimed at overturning court decisions rejecting his comp(...)

The Moriarty tribunal investigated Michael Lowry’s role in the winning by businessman Denis O’Brien’s Esat Digifone of the competition for the State’s first privately-held mobile phone licence. Photograph: Collins Courts

The payment at the heart of the Michael Lowry tax trial would have been been of great interest to the Moriarty tribunal. The tribunal investigated Lo(...)

The Shanagarry Chimney in Dublin’s Milltown is the last remaining structure of the Old Dublin Laundry. The Luas Green Line runs across the adjacent Nine Arches viaduct

By far (or by height) the most unusual lot in the upcoming three-day BidX1 online auction is the Shanagarry Chimney in Dublin’s Milltown. The last r(...)

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