Charter Communications, controlled by cable industry pioneer John Malone, has offered to buy Time Warner Cable for $56bn (€52bn), seeking to combine the number two and three US cable operators to compete against market leader Comcast.
Wed, 27 May, 2015
The Chief State Solicitors Office is challenging an amendment by businessman, Declan Ganley, to include the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal in his case against the State and Denis O’Brien over the second mobile phone licence.
Thu, 29 May, 2014
Businessman Declan Ganley’s ability to pay the costs of a legal action over the issuing of the State’s second mobile phone licence means two companies associated with him do not need to put up money in advance in case they lose the action, a High Court judge ruled.
Sat, 25 Jan, 2014
Billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien has alleged before the High Court that Declan Ganley has acted “maliciously” and out of “spite” in bringing proceedings against him over the award of the State’s second mobile phone licence to Esat Digifone.
Fri, 22 Nov, 2013
A Supreme Court judge has said it will be a “disgrace to the nation and the State” if it is proven that there was corruption at the highest level of Government in the awarding of a mobile phone licence to Esat Digifone.
Thu, 18 Oct, 2012
The Supreme Court has reserved judgment on appeals by two unsuccessful bidders for the State’s second mobile phone licence aimed at allowing them proceed with actions challenging the manner in which the licence was allocated in 1995 to Esat Digifone.
Fri, 13 Jul, 2012
THE Supreme Court is expected to be asked next May to grant a priority hearing of appeals which will determine if two unsuccessful bidders for the state’s second mobile phone licence can proceed with actions challenging the manner in which the licence was allocated in 1995 to Esat Digifone.
Fri, 25 Mar, 2011