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Brendan Mullin breaks through a tackle to score a try during the Five Nations international between Wales and Ireland in Cardiff in March 1995. Photograph: Clive Mason/Allsport

Brendan Mullin began to work in the world of finance long before he hung up his rugby boots after 55 Ireland caps between 1984 and 1995. A member of (...)

Telecoms company Eir said it would expand its next generation mobile network coverage further across the 26 counties , bringing 5G services to more to(...)

ESB Telecoms is a subsidiary of State energy group, the ESB, while Siro is a joint venture between that business and Vodafone.

ESB Telecoms and Siro – a joint venture with Vodafone – are cashing in on the Covid-19-driven demand for powerful internet connections by building hig(...)

The deal will see Pure Telecom move into the ‘triple-play’ market, providing broadband, phone and TV services to customers. Photograph: iStock

Telecoms provider Pure Telecom is entering the TV market with a new partnership with Netgem. The deal is targeting streaming users, and represents Ne(...)

Equity markets around the world surged on Monday as the prospect for central banks cutting interest rates to soften the economic blow of the coronavirus buoyed investors.

Equity markets around the world surged on Monday as the prospect for central banks cutting interest rates to soften the economic blow of the coronavir(...)

Ireland’s Iain Henderson and Jacob Stockdale embrace after the game against New Zealand at the Aviva on Saturday. Photograph: INPHO/Oisin Keniry

RTÉ has agreed a sub-licensing deal with Eir Sport for the rights to 14 live matches in next year’s Rugby World Cup. They include all of Ireland’s gam(...)

Cignal chairman Donal O’Shaughnessy (left) and chief executive Colin Cunningham.

Telecoms infrastructure firm Cignal said it planned to invest €25 million over the next two years to help tackle coverage blackspots around the countr(...)

Those who opted to sign up were supposed to be billed by Eir for line rental only and by Yourtel for calls. However, in most cases Yourtel did not even contact Eir to have the customers switched before proceeding to bill them

Telecoms firm Yourtel has been fined €66,000 for repeatedly billing customers for landline services it never actually provided. Following an investig(...)

European shares dropped to their lowest level since late March on Thursday as cyclicals fell and some big stocks went ex-dividend, overshadowing a num(...)

At the end of last year Eir  was forced to pay over €3m to the regulator for performance breaches in 2015 when  storms knocked out phone services across rural parts of the State

Telecoms firm Eir has been fined €1.5 million for breaching its regulatory obligations in relation to fault repair times. Regulator Comreg imposed th(...)

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