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# Eircom

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2,000 job cuts sought at Eircom
Eircom revenue plunges by €174m
Time Machine: Here's how 26 popular websites used to look
Advertising standards body: No, you can't look at Club Orange's naughty bits
Free WiFi for all travellers at Dublin Airport
Survey: Modern technology unites and divides Irish households
What should we do with old telephone boxes?
Need advice on your Leaving Cert results?
Eircom to exit examinership in June after restructuring plan's approval
Census and celsius: the week in statistics
Business as usual at Eircom as interim examiner appointed
The Daily Fix: Friday
More than 8,000 Eircom StudyHub customers hacked in data breach
Eircom criticised by DPC over slow reporting of laptop data breach
Eircom admits to overcharging 65,000 customers on December bills
Thousands without phone service after storms
Column: Who are the winners when we sell State assets? Not the public…
Fergal Browne
Eircom shareholders resign from boards over rejection of debt deal
WiFi to be rolled out at Dublin Airport
'Massive blow' to music industry as Eircom anti-piracy measures rejected
Over 5,000 phone customers without landline services after heavy winds
Denis O'Brien announces end of Digicel interest in Eircom
Vehicle takes out Eircom services in Swords
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Eircom to invest €100m into broadband network
Eircom to axe 1000 more jobs as the company announces a drop in revenues
Eircom in danger of breaching lending agreements
Eircom announces price hike
Broadband and telephone still out for over 4,000 houses
Eircom revenues drop by 5.6% in third quarter
Eircom revenues dip by 8.5% amid industry ‘challenges’