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Linda Haughney was drawn to the retail sector from a young age. When she was 13, she got a Saturday job in Dunnes Stores by pretending to be older.

5th December, 2009

Linda Haughney was drawn to the retail sector from a young age. When she was 13, she got a Saturday job in Dunnes Stores by pretending to be older.

Haughney went on to study business at the College of Marketing and Design and notched up more than 20 years’ experience in the retail sector, mostly at Brown Thomas. Now she has opened a shop of her own, Ruby Willow in Glasthule, Dublin.

Her shop, aimed at...

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