TV3 owner injected ‘€10m to €15m’ to drive turnaround in station

TV3 owner injected '€10m to €15m' to drive turnaround in station TV3 owner Liberty Global injected "€10m to €15m" into the Irish broadcaster to drive a turnaround, according to the CEO of the global cable...

Guinness and gin sales help drive profits at Diageo

Guinness and gin sales help drive profits at Diageo Guinness sales in Ireland grew 2pc in 12 months (Stock image) Operating profit at drinks giant Diageo increased 3.7pc year-on-year to £3.7bn (€4.2bn) in the 12 months...

Trump says China is ‘vicious,’ using US farmers as trade pawns

Trump says China is 'vicious,' using US farmers as trade pawns Mr Trump is showing no let-up in his war of words with major economies (AP) US President Donald Trump accused China on Wednesday of targeting...

Free travel for people going to see the Pope at Phoenix Park

Free travel for people going to see the Pope at Phoenix Park More than half a million people are expected to attend mass in Dublin. The Pope will visit Ireland next month (Tim Rooke/PA) Those travelling by...

New figures reveal scale of broadband disconnect in the west

New figures reveal scale of broadband disconnect in the west (stock image) A fixed date needs to be put in place to sign off on the National Broadband Plan (NBP) as almost half of premises in...

Facebook and Twitter ban over 900 accounts in bid to tackle fake news

The social networks have banned groups, accounts and pages in Iran and Russia as they tackle fake news. Hundreds of accounts, pages and groups have been banned by Facebook and Twitter over engagement in misleading...

Virgin Media boss sees ‘mobile upside’ after TV turnaround

Virgin Media boss sees 'mobile upside' after TV turnaround Liberty Global's Mike Fries. Photo: JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY. TV3 owner Liberty Global injected "€10m to €15m" into the Irish broadcaster to drive a turnaround, according to the...

Ronan’s €2.5m underground office appeal is thrown out by planners

Ronan's €2.5m underground office appeal is thrown out by planners An Bord Pleanála has refused permission for Mr Ronan's planned €2.5m office extension. Developer Johnny Ronan's plans to go underground at one of Dublin's best-known Georgian Squares have...

‘We’ll improve the business for the next generation’ – Meet the family looking after...

'We'll improve the business for the next generation' - Meet the family looking after Irish people since 1825   Stephen Eustace says staff accommodation is a big challenge. 'The centre was open three months before the first...

STMicro says iPhones will boost chip demand

STMicro says iPhones will boost chip demand STMicroelectronics chips are usedin Apple iPhones STMicroelectronics has forecast a rebound in smartphones chips thanks to customers including Apple, but said growth won't benefit profitability as new products ramp...

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