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Chief executive of UPC Ireland Magnus Ternsjo (left) and Mark Coan, vice president of sales and marketing, at the launch of UPC’s Horizon TV service. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Media company UPC Ireland has unveiled its next generation TV service as the company battles competition from rival Sky and the growing number of onli(...)

UPC Ireland chief executive Magnus Ternsjö: total UPC subscriptions increased by 8 per cent or 76,400 to a record level of 1,021,600

More than a thousand customers have spent the last few months testing it, and today UPC will officially launch its next-generation Horizon TV service.(...)

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UPC has more than 321,000 broadband customers signed up to its services.

UPC continued to grow its customer numbers in the second quarter of the year, adding 9,000 subscriptions for its services during the three-month perio(...)

Since early last month Horse Racing Ireland, which has negotiating rights for the country’s 26 racetracks, has been in exclusive talks with Attheraces, the satellite channel that holds the rights to broadcast all Irish races to cable viewers, along with those from a large number of tracks in Britain and abroad. Photograph: Inpho/Morgan Treacy

The Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) board is set to discuss the latest offers for the sport’s media rights when it meets tomorrow in Galway, where one of t(...)

Five years ago, in July 2008, who would have predicted the precipitous decline of the PC business? For the previous year, industry analyst Gartner rep(...)

Talks over the future of the latest batch of media rights put on the block by Ireland’s racecourses are still going on, even though many observers wer(...)

The super-fast fibre network will be strung across ESB poles and run directly into homes and businesses

Vodafone and BT Ireland are vying to partner ESB in building a €400 million super-fast fibre network, which will be strung across ESB poles and run d(...)

The entrance to the Trinity Capital Hotel on Pearse Street, Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller.

  An American billionaire John Malone has agreed terms for the purchase of the highly profitable Trinity Capital Hotel at Pearse Street(...)

Pinnacle 2, Eastpoint: high volume of space involved and the strength of the covenant allowed Deutsche Bank to secure a competitive rent

The Dublin office market is about to get a major shot in the arm with the decision by Deutsche Bank to lease a substantial new office block at Eastpoi(...)

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