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Robert Finnegan, chief executive of Three Ireland. Photograph: David Sleator

Regulators will take up to nine months to approve the proposed €850 million takeover by mobile network Three Ireland of rival O2. In a move that saw o(...)

Mobile network Three argues that three rather than four operatores will be an advantage to consumers.   Photograph: Lewis Stickley/PA Wire

PAMELA NEWENHAM and CONOR POPEO2 customers concerned about the proposed takeover of the mobile operator do not need to worry in the short term, as the(...)

The move by Hutchison Whampoa will give Three a 37.5 per cent share in Ireland’s mobile telecoms market. Photograph: Bloomberg

Hong Kong conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three Ireland, has agreed to purchase 02 Ireland for €780 million. The price may rise to €85(...)

A substantial reform of Ireland’s higher-education sector will see the creation of three technological universities, four regional clusters and the ra(...)

Introducing Grandmaster Clock servers into the networks of Ireland’s mobile phone carriers promises “tangible” improvements in download speeds when 4G(...)

A full-scale medical unit with its own operating theatre in the North Block at Rockfield Central in Dundrum, Dublin 14, is to be offered for letting t(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton has welcomed the announcement of 100 new jobs by three Enterprise Ireland backed firms. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times.

Three companies have announced plans to take on more than 100 staff over the next three years after receiving investment from Enterprise Irelan(...)

Dublin’s Craig Dias keeps  possession despite the attentions of Down’s  Damian Turley. A little over 10,000 attended the final game of Dublin’s Spring Series. Photograph: Inpho/Morgan Treacy

Croke Park is set to stage the semi-finals of the Allianz Football League, no matter what pairings emerge from this Sunday’s f(...)

 Jim Jefferies of Dunfermline. Photograph:  Lynne Cameron/PA Wire. Jim Jeffries of troubled club Dunfermline. Photograph: Lynne Cameron /PA

Millions – hang on James Alexander Gordon’s every word as he reads out the football results on BBC radio each Saturday afternoon, enjoying, if (...)

St Brigid’s Shane Curran celebrates at the final whistle of the All-Ireland club semi-final against Crossmaglen. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Though the world is wide and you can see a lot of it lying on the flat of your back, maybe the last thing anyone expected Shane Curran to see w(...)

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