Friday June 5, 2020

15 years of breaking news

This weekend, The Sunday Business Post celebrates its 15th birthday. Damien Kiberd, the paper's founding editor, looks back at the Post's proud record of breaking exclusive stories.

27th November, 2004

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When The Sunday Business Post opened its doors on November 26,1989, the founding chief executive, Frank Fitzgibbon, had a mantra: he said the paper should have ‘must read' status.

Decision takers would have to buy it. And to achieve this end, it was necessary to break important...

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