Babble Rouser

Condon, Bernard
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/15/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p42
The article focuses on Denis O'Brien and his company, Digicel Group. Digicel offers cheap cell phone services in 27 poverty stricken countries and territories and earns a total revenue of $2 billion and its Caribbean operations announced $505 million in operating profits in March, 2008. He also owns 42 radio stations, a golf resort community, a plane lessor and a firm that runs Internet job-recruiting sites. He aims to reach 45 countries and generate more than a billion in operating income. INSETS: Diginomics;Battle of the Billionaires.


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