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The father of Google Ireland

How a former pupil at Noonan’s school revolutionised Ireland’s technology scene

22nd February, 2015
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John Herlihy, Google Ireland

As secondary schoolteacher Michael Noonan walked the corridors of Crescent College in Limerick, he is likely to have caught the eye of a young pupil named John Herlihy. Little were either of them to know that a few decades later they would frequently find themselves across the table from each other – one as the Minister for Finance and the other as country head of the most influential company to arrive on Irish shores for...

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