Is this a rent subsidy I see before me?

Paddy Cosgrave indulged his Shakespearean side last week, but his decision to subsidise rents for some of his employees could have a knock-on effect for the rental market

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
3rd June, 2018

Paddy Cosgrave fancies himself as a new Mark Antony, if his remarks in Dublin last week are anything to go by.

At the announcement of Web Summit’s last batch of new jobs, 50 announced across eight locations, Cosgrave opted for flip-flops instead of sandals, and it was a high chair rather than standing before the body of Caesar.

Still, he was clearly going to the Shakespearean playbook with his approach regarding his quietened corruption...

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