After a brief lull, hostilities resume at INM

If INM directors thought their troubles were over when Gavin O'Reilly left, subsequent events have proven them wrong, writes Richard Curran.

28th April, 2012
After a brief lull, hostilities resume at INM
Denis O'Brien: his war now is not with Gavin O'Reilly, but with INM.

A unified board, fully aligned with its shareholders, is what Independent News and Media (INM) thought it had last week. But if a week is a long time in politics, then six days is a very long time at INM.

The resignation of chief executive Gavin O'Reilly just ten days ago was supposed to mark the end of the Denis O'Brien/O'Reilly war and herald a new era at the company. But just six days later,...

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