Aer Lingus chief running to stand still

Some day, Aer Lingus chief executive Dermot Mannion is going to get a break.

17th March, 2007

Some day, Aer Lingus chief executive Dermot Mannion is going to get a break.

In the meantime, his routine appears doomed to being a tale of running to stand still as he discovers that every breakthrough is rewarded with extra challenges elsewhere in his underpressure empire.

Mannion could be forgiven for being depressed by the patterns taking shape in his Aer Lingus career. He has been given little time to celebrate any of his successes,...

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