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A maverick mogul with a talent for winning

Irish business people have been left battered and bruised by the economic woes of the past two years, making Denis O’Brien’s deal to take €500 million out of his business this year all the more extraordinary.

24th July, 2010
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A Mobile Fortune The Life and Times of Denis O’Brien

By Siobhán Creaton

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