Richard ‘Ask  Me Anything’ Bruton wouldn’t answer the one big question they all wanted to ask: how much is Granahan McCourt putting up? Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

Broadband is a human right. At least the Minister for Rural and Community Development didn’t say that. Anyone for the last of the placards? Form an (...)

The first module of the Cregan inquiry is focussed on Siteserv.

The inquiry which is investigating the write down of loans at the former Anglo Irish Bank has had its deadline for completion extended again. Taoise(...)

Denis O’Brien’s appeal over Dáil statements by two TDs on his banking affairs was dismissed. File photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Supreme Court judgment dismissing Denis O’Brien’s appeal over Dáil statements by two TDs on his banking affairs makes clear that parliamentary imm(...)

Former Sunday Business Post journalist Tom Lyons with the paper’s former  editor, Ian Kehoe and the paper’s chief executive Siobhán Lennon pictured outside the Four Courts on Friday. Photograph: Collins Courts

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said we need to get the balance right between free speech and people’s privacy. Speaking in Belfast on Friday evening in t(...)

 Former chairman  INM Leslie Buckley has stepped down from CTI after serving 13 years on its board. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

Leslie Buckley, the former chairman of Independent News & Media (INM) who is being sued by it over an alleged data breach, has stepped down from t(...)

Denis O’Brien’s appeal is over the High Court’s dismissal of his action against the Dáil and State over statements made by two TDs in the Dáil about his banking affairsFile photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

The Supreme Court may give judgment before Christmas on separate appeals by businessman Denis O’Brien and former Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins a(...)

Digicel chairman Denis O’Brien. The company has announced a three-week extension to its bond swap offer after a majority of the creditors involved said they would not take up the offer. Photograph: Swoan Parker

The Denis O’Brien-controlled telecoms group Digicel has extended the deadlines for creditors to accept its offer to swap $3 billion (€2.5 billion) in (...)

Counsel for businessman and political activist Declan Ganley said there was no evidence Mr Ganley was the Red Flag client. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A judge hearing an application by Denis O’Brien to have Declan Ganley named as a co-defendant in Mr O’Brien’s legal action against Red Flag Consulting(...)

 Stavros Lambrinidis, EU special representative for human rights, said regarding the case of  Liu Xiaobo, the late Nobel laureate and democracy campaigner:  “What a shameful, shameful example for the Chinese government to set for its own people and the world, shame, this will not be forgotten, or the way that he was treated after his death.”  File photograph: EPA

A memorial to human rights defenders is to be erected, possibly close to the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Minister for Foreign Affairs has said.(...)

Digicel Chairman Denis O’Brien: accused web giants of peddling fake news and threatening the future of newspapers. Photograph: Swoan Parker/Reuters

Denis O’Brien won’t let up in his long-running pursuit of internet giants, such as Google and Facebook, to force them to share a slice of their garga(...)

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