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Leinster might be able to obtain a licence to sell alcohol inside the Aviva Stadium for a Good Friday quarter-final, but there would still be a huge loss economically to the local area. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho.

Leinster are adamantly opposed to their European Champions Cup quarter-final against Bath at the Aviva Stadium taking place on Good Friday. The qua(...)

Three new initial public offerings (IPOs) raised a combined total of €484 million for companies listing on the ISE last year

Transactions in the Irish equity market grew by 30 per cent last year to a record high 4.5 million trades, according to new figures published by the I(...)

UTV Ireland’s three news reporters Sarah O’Connor, Claire Brock and Sinéad O’Donnell.

For UTV Ireland, the only thing missing is the audience. In its Macken House base in Dublin’s docklands, the just-assembled news team spent the days b(...)

“BT have done a fantastic job in the last five years,” a telecoms industry executive said about the group which was still on its knees in 2008 and 2009 with two major profit warnings

BT’s move to buy mobile operator EE is expected to put the former state-owned telecoms giant back in pole position as fixed line and mobile services c(...)

The Premier League is to introduce regular Friday night live matches and make more soccer available on TV than ever as it attempts to top its last €3.(...)

Cast members  from Sky 1’s hit comedy ‘Moone Boy’: David Rawle, Deirdre O’Kane and Sarah White. The cost of Sky’s basic television packages will increase from next February

Sky Ireland will introduce a fibre broadband product in January, almost two years after it first began offering DSL broadband in the Irish market.Sky(...)

Sky, the largest pay-TV provider in the UK, will receive £600 million from the disposal of a stake in its online betting business. (Photograph:  Chris Radburn/PA Wire)

British broadcaster Sky has agreed to sell a controlling stake in online betting business Sky Betting and Gaming to CVC Capital Partners for as much a(...)

Ian Lewis, director of Sky Movies, and Spider Man ready to race to the rescue

In the age of on-demand services, “is there anything on Sky Movies Premiere tonight?” is beginning to sound like an odd question. Less than hal(...)

Father Brian D’Arcy says RTÉ’s proposal to close the long wave service in February will deprive a generation of older emigrants in Britain of a link to home. Photograph: Eric Luke /The Irish Times

Well-known priest Fr Brian D’Arcy has called on RTÉ to suspend the closure of its long wave radio service for five years. Speaking at a press conferen(...)

Laser video rental store on George’s Street

While the technorati were at the Web Summit high-fiving their way to tendonitis, a Dublin retailing and cultural institution was in the process of clo(...)

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