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Sky says Comreg’s determinations in relation to the commercial dealings between other providers and Eircom are contrary to law. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Sky Ireland has claimed the communications regulator’s decision to change the pricing structure used by Eircom (now operating as Eir) to provide compe(...)

Michael O’Sullivan (59) and Matt Murphy (83) outside their favourite cafe, Lilliput Stores in Stoneybatter.  Photograph: James Forde

Though not quite your average happily-married couple, Matt Murphy (83) and Michael O’Sullivan (59) are just as content after their one year of wedded (...)

Eir headquarters: new ownership regime under French investor Xavier Neil seeks to repair difficult past dealings with Comreg. Photograph: Alan Betson

Telecoms regulator Comreg has agreed a wide-ranging peace deal with Eir, the biggest operator in the market, to end a swathe of rancorous legal disput(...)

The Irish Times reported in July that Eir was in advanced negotiations to sublet a substantial part of Block 2 to AIB

AIB has confirmed plans to move into Eir’s headquarters in Heuston South Quarter early next year. The Irish Times reported in July that Eir was in ad(...)

Oireachtas Committee on Employment Affairs and Social Protection chairman John Curran, described the presentations from representatives of former ESB, RTÉ and Bórd na Móna staff as “eye-opening”.

Thousands of retired semi-State employees are “really struggling” with small pensions and an inability to have their voices heard, an Oireachtas commi(...)

Unit 3, which is let to Phonewatch on a 35-year lease, is for sale at €1.425 million

Two fully-let office buildings with warehouse space to the rear in Sandyford Business Park are new to the market this week through agent BNP Paribas R(...)

Building leased to Eir at Citywest Business Campus, Dublin. Eircom Ltd is the largest telecommunications operator in the Republic.

Trading activity in the commercial property market has moved up a notch with the planned sale of the Eir Network Management Centre at Citywest Busines(...)

PayPoint entered the Irish market in 2003 when it signed an agreement with the ESB.

British payments company PayPoint is to leave the Irish market in October, the company has confirmed. The London-listed company, which is used by mor(...)

Women draw tickets during the Irish Hospitals Sweep Hurdle draw (sweepstakes) at Ballsbridge in Dublin in January 1986.Photograph: Paddy Whelan

Margaret Thatcher told Peter Mandelson “you can’t trust the Irish; they’re all liars”. That was a bit harsh, maybe. But we’re certainly not above the (...)

Former Arthur Cox chairman James O’Dwyer, who died in New York last weekend.

Former Arthur Cox chairman and managing partner James O’Dwyer (71) died last Sunday in New York after a brief illness. Mr O’Dwyer was regarded as on(...)

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