Tuesday March 31, 2020

Beef baron buys 28% stake in Blackrock Clinic

Beef baron Larry Goodman will buy a 28 per cent stake in the Blackrock Clinic when British health insurer Bupa sells its 56 per cent share in the Dublin private hospital in the coming weeks.

1st October, 2005

Beef baron Larry Goodman will buy a 28 per cent stake in the Blackrock Clinic when British health insurer Bupa sells its 56 per cent share in the Dublin private hospital in the coming weeks.

Developer John Flynn is taking an 8 per cent stake in the hospital. Existing shareholders in the Blackrock Clinic, medical consultants George Duffy and Joe Sheehan, brother of the hospital's founder and another shareholder, Jimmy Sheehan, will increase their stakes when Bupa...

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