Fri, 12 Jun, 2020
Carrying a similar-sounding name to a top address on the Monopoly board is Cork’s Aylesbury, which is not entirely coincidentally set next to Cork’s Shrewsbury. And, yes, this Aylesbury “with a ‘y’” too is high-end in terms of location, quality and ...pricing.
Fri, 28 Feb, 2020
Yesterday’s statement to the Oireachtas communications committee from Eir chief executive Carolan Lennon that her company could complete the National Broadband Plan for less than €1bn, a third of the figure the State has agreed to
Wed, 26 Jun, 2019
Ireland’s largest publishing firm, the stock market-listed Independent News and Media, has been thrown into crisis amid serious allegations by the State’s corporate enforcer that include claims of governance misdeeds and email hacks.
Tue, 17 Apr, 2018
Cork broadband entrepreneur Dave McDonald started his Nova Broadband business in 2004. Mr McDonald says he been on a learning curve ever since but that the hard yards travelled have been worth it
Mon, 06 Nov, 2017
There’s not much you could begrudge Colm Cooper. Not much at all. He is a man who transcended the game he mastered. The reasonable fortune he has accrued from the fame has been most deserving. A lot of what he will accrue in the future on the back of his name will be just as merited, writes
Tue, 17 Oct, 2017
THOUGH little more than a closing footnote in a long career — he joined the Dáil in 1981— Finance Minister Michael Noonan will take some satisfaction in the fact that, on his last day as a minister, his warnings that AIB shares were overvalued have been vindicated.
Wed, 14 Jun, 2017
Discount landline operator Yourtel has been fined €5,000 for unwanted marketing calls targeting Eir customers to tempt them to switch. It is the latest firm to be successfully prosecuted at Dublin District Court by the office of the Data Protection Commissioner. The case was brought after the watchdog received complaints from people about Yourtel repeatedly cold calling them against their wishes.
Fri, 22 Jan, 2016
Thu, 26 Nov, 2015
We have had water supplied through our taps for many years, paid for, in my lifetime, first by rates and then through national exchequer funding. Now, with a consultancy cost of €80m, it becomes Uisce Éireann and we are going to have to pay water rates.
Fri, 02 Oct, 2015