Back in the saddle

When Niall Doris found retirement and the golf course too sedate for his liking, the 71-yearold Dubliner had no qualms in returning to the helm of his storage and removals business

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Ian Kehoe

28th March, 2009

Just 18 months after he offloaded his companies and retired to the golf course, Niall Doris is off the fairways and back in business. The 71year old businessman managed to reduce his handicap by a few strokes during his time off, but found that retirement was simply not his thing.

‘‘When a business opportunity comes along, you either have to run with it, or run away from it,” said Doris. ‘‘I was quite happy to run...

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