Monday September 28, 2020

Diageo treads carefully on James’s Gate

The forthcoming review of the Guinness brewery at St James’s Gate in Dublin will take full account of the ‘‘magic and history’’ of the brewery and will not be dictated by property prices, according to Michael Ioakimides, managing director of Diageo I

1st September, 2007

The forthcoming review of the Guinness brewery at St James’s Gate in Dublin will take full account of the ‘‘magic and history’’ of the brewery and will not be dictated by property prices, according to Michael Ioakimides, managing director of Diageo Ireland.

‘‘This is not about property prices,” Ioakimides said.

‘‘There are a lot more important considerations than just that. There’s a lot of magic captured...

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