Monday May 25, 2020

Important week for media, but clouds still hover

3rd March, 2019

In its 30-year history, The Sunday Business Post has put reporting on genuine public interest issues at the heart of its journalistic mission. Reporting as it does on business and financial matters in the main, the paper has written, often critically, about a range of wealthy and influential figures.

This has often resulted in legal threats, but rarely has it resulted in high-profile month-long hearings in the High Court. However, Denis O’Brien is different....

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