- Eir accused of continuing the Digital Divide
- Michael McNamara TD has slammed a pre-election briefing given to Oireachtas members by telecoms provider Eir, formerly Eircom.
- Eircom staff reap almost €1bn tax-free since 1999 privatisation
- About 14,000 current and former employees of Eircom will have shared €980 million in tax-free payments by the time the employee share trust (Esot) is formally closed around the middle of this year.
- Ireland's Eircom returns to revenue growth but no IPO plans
- U.S. hedge fund Anchorage Capital Group has increased its stake in Eircom to 37.
- Eircom rebrands as Eir in €16m move
- Eircom has officially unveiled a new name for the group in a rebranding exercise that will cost €16m. The telecom company says the change of name to Eir will mark the largest rebranding exercise in 20 years in Ireland. The change in name marks another ...
- Hot eir? Eircom's brand new brand name, and other adventures in renaming
- For about 15 seconds after the newly privatised company floated, hundreds of thousands of Irish people who had been persuaded to buy a stake in the company they had actually already owned outright, as humble taxpayers, were floating on air. The share ...
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