CPL founders to get €1m in dividends after profits surge
Couple who started recruitment giant 30 years ago benefit from boom in placement of temporary healthcare and technology workers
Anne Heraty and Paul Carroll, the founders of recruitment giant CPL, are in line for a bumper €1 million in dividend payments following a surge in profits at the company.
Dublin stock exchange quoted CPL last week as announcing a 25 per cent hike in its interim dividend to 10 cents a share. Heraty still owns 29.5 per cent of the company, and will scoop just over €800,000 from the dividend payment.
Her husband, Paul Carroll, who is...
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