Gervaise Slowey has been added to Ulster Bank’s board of directors. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/SON Photographic

Former Communicorp chief executive Gervaise Slowey has been added to Ulster Bank’s board of directors. Now an independent strategic consultant, Ms S(...)

David Dilger, who has been appointed as the new nonexecutive chairman of Irish bookseller Eason. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish books and stationery retailer Eason has chosen former Greencore chief executive David Dilger to be its new nonexecutive chairman from November 1(...)

Destruction left by Hurricane Irma on Tortola on the British Virgin Islands. Photograph: AFP

Digicel, the mobile phone company owned by Denis O’Brien, deployed a team of 700 workers in recent days to get services back up and running in its hur(...)

Gervaise Slowey is to chair the board of Eason on an interim basis. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Gervaise Slowey, the former chief executive of media group Communicorp, will chair the board of Eason on an interim basis, while the chain of bookstor(...)

Lucy Gaffney of Communicorp thanked outgoing chief executive Gervaise Slowey for her “four fantastic years at the helm”. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Gervaise Slowey has resigned as chief executive of Newstalk and Today FM owner Communicorp, and will be replaced by Adrian Serle, the former boss of B(...)

Today FM has appointed Keith McCormack, formerly of 98 FM, as its new chief executive.

Today FM has appointed Keith McCormack as its new chief executive. Mr McCormack is currently chief executive of Dublin music station 98FM, which like(...)

Aaaron Eckhart as Nick Naylor, a tobacco industry lobbyist in ‘Thank You for Smoking’

There is a brilliant scene in the 2006 film, Thank You for Smoking, where Aaron Eckhart’s character, Nick Naylor, a tobacco industry lobbyist with que(...)

Denis O’Brien: he bought Today FM in 2007 in a €200 million deal that also included FM104 in Dublin and Highland Radio in Donegal. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Denis O’Brien’s Today FM is set to have its application to retain its national radio licence put into a fast-track renewal process by the Broadcasting(...)

Posters promoting TXFM on its launch in 2014. The alternative music station was previously known as Phantom and began life as a pirate broadcaster

TXFM, the Dublin alternative music station previously known as Phantom 105.2, is set to close down. The consortium behind the loss-making station deci(...)

Dublin music radio station TXFM is to close down and lay off six staff, it confirmed in a statement on Wednesday evening. The station, formerly know(...)

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