Dynasties 2018: How Sisk is still building for the future
The occasional disaster can’t slow the construction giant’s march to bigger and bigger profits, writes Jack Horgan-Jones
There are a few names in Irish corporate history that cut through the noise: names like Smurfit and O’Reilly that have come to stand for more than just a business, and more, even, than just a family. They are part of not just their own history, but of recent Irish history. The arc of their rise – and in some instances, their fall – illuminates slices of Irish and global economic, financial, economic and commercial time.
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