Customers shop at a Digicel store for mobile phones in Fiji. Photograph: iStock

The value of bonds in businessman Denis O’Brien’s Digicel fell on Thursday afternoon as the group’s top executives fielded questions from analysts on (...)

 Digicel’s revenues for the three months to the end of December declined by 1 per cent to $572 on a constant-currency basis, but fell by 4 per cent on a reported basis. Photograph: Ken Cedeno/Digital/Corbis via Getty Images

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel saw its debt burden increase in the three months to the end of December as earnings dipped, increasing pressure on the telecom(...)

Digicel chairman Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Swoan Parker/Reuters

Denis O’Brien’s telecoms group Digicel has named executive vice-chairman Jean-Yves Charlier as its new chief executive, a month after the previous hol(...)

Digicel has just emerged successfully from months of delicate talks with lenders over a $2 million bond swap. Photograph: iStock

The appointment of Jean-Yves Charlier as the new executive vice-chairman of Digicel, Denis O’Brien’s Jamaican telco, raised the pertinent question as (...)

Digicel this week agreed a deal with bond holders over repayments

Digicel, the telecommunications group owned by Irish businessman Denis O’Brien, has appointed Jean Yves Charlier as its executive vice chairman. The (...)

Ray Leclercq is expected to return to the UK. He was previously CFO of Dutch software firm Unit 4 and also worked at various senior levels at British telecommunications group BT.

The value of bonds in Denis O’Brien’s Digicel Group dropped on Wednesday as investors reacted to a decision by the phone group’s chief financial offic(...)

Denis O’Brien appears to be taking on his mission  with an almost quasi-religious zeal. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When Denis O’Brien announced last October that he wanted revenue sharing agreements with Google and Facebook or he would block their ads from Digicel(...)

Deal brings to an end more than two years of talks and reducing another European market to three operators.

VimpelCom and Hutchison Whampoa are to merge their Italian mobile phone units, bringing to an end more than two years of talks and reducing another Eu(...)