O’Brien denies rumours of Digicel float
Telecoms magnate Denis O’Brien has denied rumours that he is preparing to float his Caribbean mobile telecom company on the New York Stock Exchange.
Speaking to journalists after the Vision Consulting breakfast seminar in Dublin on Friday, O’Brien said: ‘‘I didn’t know we were going to float. Who were you talking to? We do not have any plans right now to do anything other than focus on the operation.”
Digicel, which was founded by O’Brien in 2001, offers mobile phone and wireless internet services in 21 Caribbean countries. It has invested more...
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