Denis O Brien

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Digicel announced on Monday that it was extending the expiry date for bond holders to consent to changes to the agreements governing senior bonds that the company is due to repay in 2024.

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel mobile network is extending the deadline for consents to proposed changes to bonds due for repayment in 2024. The company, wh(...)

Michael Smurfit at the launch of his autobiography A Life Worth Living in 2014. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

At 83, entrepreneur and businessman Michael Smurfit is acutely aware of the danger that coronavirus poses to his health, which is why he has been coco(...)

A videograb of Thierry Henry’s handball that led to William Gallas’s goal during the World Cup playoff, second leg against the Republic of Ireland at the Stade de France in November 2009. Photograph: Sky Sports

Something was wrong. Something more than the fact that Ireland had just conceded a goal that threatened to end their hopes of making it to the World C(...)

Declan Ganley (above) wanted the court to decide whether the claim against him was statute barred as it was brought some two-and-a-half years after the initial proceedings. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Businessman Declan Ganley has failed in a bid to have the High Court determine a number of issues before the full hearing of billionaire Denis O’Brien(...)

Susan O’Brien’s book, The Italian Escape, is due to launch in Ireland this June.

Originally from Co Cork, Susan O’Brien studied languages at UCC, majoring in Italian. “I left college in 1994 and moved to Italy with notions of teach(...)

Digicel has been forced under US bond laws to post filings with the SEC in relation to one of the new bonds being issued in the company’s planned debt exchange. Photograph: Ken Cedeno/Digital/Corbis

Denis O’Brien, who extracted at least $1.9 billion (€1.7 billion) in dividends from his Digicel phone group between 2007 and 2015, promised bondholde(...)

The Digicel debt restructuring   arrangement   has been described by credit ratings agency Moody’s as a ‘distressed debt exchange, which is a default’ in its books. Photograph: Corbis via Getty Images

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel phone group had a $4.2 billion (€3.8 billion) deficit on its balance sheet before it turned to bondholders in recent months to(...)

Digicel, the Caribbean telco owned by Denis O’Brien, has extended until midnight on Wednesday the deadline for holdout bondholders to accept a debt restructuring that will wipe out about $1.6 billion of its $7 billion debt pile. Photograph: Swoan Parker/Reuters

Digicel, the Caribbean telco owned by Denis O’Brien, has extended until midnight on Wednesday the deadline for holdout bondholders to accept a debt re(...)

Digicel is in the middle of a plan to wipe away as much as one-quarter of its $7 billion debt. Photograph: iStock

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel mobile group, which is in the middle of a debt restructuring, has denied reports that it is in talks to sell its Pacific unit (...)

 Digicel is the largest mobile  phone company in Haiti.

A group of Haitian emigrants to the US have filed an appeal against a New York judge’s decision last month to throw out their €1.5 billion lawsuit all(...)

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