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Virgin Media had 323,300 television subscribers at the end of June, some 9,300 fewer than at the end of March. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Revenue at Virgin Media Ireland rose 2 per cent in the second quarter of the year, increasing to €100 million. The company, which rebranded to Virg(...)

File photograph of Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announcing the takeover of UPC Ireland last year.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

The country’s second largest internet service provider, Virgin Media, must take steps to deal with illegal music downloading, the Court of Appeal has (...)

Samm.ie is aimed at less tech-savvy SME owners and managers, allowing businesses to get online within minutes. Photograph: Adam Peck/PA Wire

A new service has joined the battle to get small Irish businesses online, offering a simple ecommerce platform. Samm.ie is aimed at less tech-savvy(...)

Back to school at Arnotts. The department store may have an international retailer as a neighbour soon.

Arnotts is poised for a dramatic change as early as 2018 on foot of a deal struck by solicitor and developer Noel Smyth with the department store’s ow(...)

A 2014 report on the future of Ireland’s digital shopping by UPC estimated that consumers would spend close to €6 billion online that year. It was predicted that this figure would rise to €12.7 billion by 2020 A 2014 report on the future of Ireland’s digital shopping by UPC estimated that consumers would spend close to €6 billion online that year. It was predicted that this figure would rise to €12.7 billion by 2020

Earlier this year, it was announced that Toys R Us was closing the two outlets it had in Ireland after only six months. It may have come as news to (...)

Numbers paying for internet-based television services is expected to more than double by 2021

The number of homes in Ireland paying for internet-based television services is expected to more than double by 2021, according to a new forecast that(...)

The Irish loss of almost $560m relates to cable TV and telecoms provider Virgin Media (formerly UPC Ireland)

Colorado-based cable company Liberty Global had almost $560 million in accumulated losses at its Irish businesses at the end of 2015 that could potent(...)

The Government plans to award two subsidised contracts for the rollout of high-speed broadband across rural Ireland later this year. The scheme is likely to cost up to €1.5 billion, with the State expected to stump up half the money. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Telecoms firm Enet has signalled its intention to bid for the Government’s rural broadband scheme. The tender will be awarded later this year. The co(...)

Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Marianne Lambert has been run ragged by Virgin Media in recent months. In November 2012 the company, which was then trading as UPC, agreed to give her(...)

Tony Hanway, chief executive of Virgin Media Ireland, was appointed in November. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill /The Irish Times

Subscriber numbers at Virgin Media’s Irish operation remained flat in the final quarter of 2015 as a rise in broadband and telephone customers was of(...)

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