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COMMENT: Denis O'Brien passes on Eircom

Eircom’s debts meant that the sums just did not add up for Denis O’Brien, writes Cliff Taylor.

16th November, 2011
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Eircom’s debts meant that the sums just did not add up for Denis O’Brien, writes Cliff Taylor.

Denis O'Brien's involvement in another bid for Eircom would certainly have brought a bit of colour to proceedings. However O'Brien's decision to step out of the ring before the fight starts on this occasion presumably reflects a view - having had a team looking at the business for the last few weeks - that...

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