Vittorio Colao

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On Tuesday,  Vodafone’s chief executive, Nick Read, said the board had “made the decision, not taken lightly, to rebase” – a market euphemism for slash – its dividend

For many Irish stock investors who were hit hard as some of the biggest names of the Dublin market, led by the banks, scrapped dividends during the fi(...)

Dublin-born accountant Ronan Dunne, former CEO of O2 UK, allegedly met with Phones 4U to pull phones from retailer

Irish telecoms executive Ronan Dunne, the former chief executive of O2 UK, has emerged as a central figure in a UK lawsuit that alleges senior industr(...)

Vodafone said  it would shed 1,700 jobs across shared service centres in Egypt, India and Romania this financial year.

The incoming chief executive of Vodafone has said he is considering a sale of tens of thousands of mobile masts to reduce the company’s €31billion deb(...)

The largest mobile operator in the State said it added 12,000 contract customers during the first quarter of the year.

Vodafone Ireland revenue recorded a 1.7 per cent rise in service revenue from €235 million to €238.6 million in its first quarter in contrast to its p(...)

BP added 1.17%  to €577.20 in London, one of a clutch of oil companies to gain ground on news of rising crude prices. Photograph: Getty Images

European shares inched up aided by a strong performance from oil stocks boosted by news of an increase in crude prices. DUBLIN Former Ires Real Est(...)

Vodafone Ireland said in the year to the end of March, the number of broadband customers it had rose by 2 per cent to 265,000

Vodafone Ireland, the largest mobile operator in the State, reported a slight dip in service revenues last year, slipping 0.2 per cent to €949 millio(...)

Vodafone chief executive Vittorio Colao delivers a keynote at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Photograph: Sergio Perez/File Photo/Reuters

Vodafone chief executive Vittorio Colao will step down in October after 10 years in charge of the world’s second largest mobile operator, and will be (...)

Vodafone said combining the companies operations would generate cost savings of about €535 million a year. Photograph: Sergio Perez/Reuters

Vodafone has agreed to pay $21.8 billion (€18.4 billion) to buy Liberty Global’s assets in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania to take on(...)

Tony Hanway, chief executive of Virgin Media Ireland, at his office in Dublin. The company is owned by John Malone’s Liberty Global group. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Vodafone, one of the world’s largest mobile operators, and John Malone’s Liberty Global are in talks about swapping parts of their telecoms and cable (...)

Vodafone Ireland, which has over 2.3 million customers, said its subscriber base rose by 4,000 versus the first quarter

Vodafone Ireland recorded a 1.7 per cent rise in service revenues to €234.3 million in the second quarter on the back of a rise in fixed broadband and(...)

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