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Eir chief admits national broadband delay ‘frustrating’

Company also found itself 99th in a ranking of Ireland’s 100 most reputable organisations

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
1st May, 2016
Richard Moat, chief exective of Eir: ‘no prospect of an IPO in the short to medium term’ Feargal Ward

It was not all good news for Eir last week.

The phone and internet company announced its third-quarter revenues of €321 million and earnings of €125 million – its fourth successive quarter of growth.

But it also found itself 99th in a ranking of Ireland’s 100 most reputable organisations, just above Irish Water.

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