An appeal by Eir against several decisions by the Commissioner for Communications Regulation (ComReg) concerning the firm's obligations to provide certain essential services has been admitted to the fast-track commercial court list.
A young man who twisted his ankle and sustained a small fracture when he tripped on a path has settled his High Court case for €41,000.
Phone company Eircom has been fined €10,500 after it admitting overcharging customers.
Up to 2,000 jobs are set to go at Eircom under a savage cost-cutting plan being drawn up by the company’s senior management.
Eircom is seeking 2,000 redundancies over the next 18 months.
A five-year survival scheme for Eircom approved by the High Court yesterday will see it and related companies exit the State’s biggest ever examinership on June 11.
The High Court will hold a hearing today to determine whether to approve a survival plan for Eircom.
A survival plan for Eircom is expected to be approved at creditors’ meetings today.
An unprecedented application to come before the Commercial Court today has cast doubt about plans by Eircom’s examiner to finalise a survival scheme with creditors on Friday for companies employing 5,800 people.
Billionaire Li Ka-shing’s Hutchison Whampoa Ltd made a bid of about €2bn for Eircom Group, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
The High Court has heard today that 1,000 voluntary redundancies will be required to save eircom, and its mobile subsidiary Meteor.
Telecoms firm 3 has won a multi-million euro contract to deliver broadband to IT blackspots across rural Ireland.
THE mother and daughter of a woman murdered in her home last week were granted an injunction by the High Court yesterday preventing the husband of the deceased selling the family home worth nearly €1 million.
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