Ian Hyland

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Digicel in Jamaica: The incoming CEO, Alexander Matuschka Greiffenclau, will be  guided by Project Swan/Digicel 2030, the change programme initiated by former CEO Colm Delves

The person manning the controls has changed, but the challenge for Denis O’Brien’s telco, Digicel, remains the same: how to profitably transform from (...)

Ian Hyland said the near-600 page book is “the first volume . . . of a history and chronology of the entire Irish economy” that he intends to publish.

Denis O’Brien says “every minister for communications is conflicted” in decisions about the television licence fee because, he says, RTÉ gives the mi(...)

Vincent Browne plans print and digital content for Magill

Journalist and broadcaster Vincent Browne has bought back Magill, the politics and current affairs magazine which he set up 40 years ago . Browne use(...)

Gavin O Reilly: His Red Flag is opening a Paris office

The excellent RTÉ documentary this week on the travails of Sir Anthony O’Reilly included an interview with his oilman son, Tony Junior. Or JR for shor(...)

 Martin Naughton:  did the honours for Ireland Day. Photograph: Alan Betson

Business & Finance publisher Ian Hyland got luckier with his timing this year(...)

John Fitzpatrick:  Organised with Denis O’Brien the dinner  for Bill Clinton at Shanahan’s on  St Stephen’s Green. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Former US president Bill Clinton shared his thoughts on the crisis in Ukra(...)

At the first London Irish Business Awards were (from left) Patrick Coveney, chief executive of Greencore, Ian Hyland, founder Ireland Inc, and Gary McGann, chief executive Smurfit Kappa

Ian Hyland’s Ireland Inc hosted his first London Irish Business Awards in the UK capital yesterday with gongs for Greencore chief executive Patrick Co(...)

Clashing diaries are always a problem when choosing a date for big corporate events, but organising your set piece in London on the same day as(...)