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Business elite come out to toast Smurfit

6th April, 2014
Denis O'Brien, Michael Smurfit and Dermot Desmond at the book launch at the Smurfit Business School.

It was the must-attend event of the week for Ireland's business elite, who flocked to the Smurfit Business School near Blackrock for the launch of Michael Smurfit's autobiography, A Life Worth Living.

As well as members of the extended Smurfit family and former executives such as Smurfit's former right-hand man, Howard Kilroy, the gathering was a who's who of Irish business.

ESB chairman (and former AIB chairman) Lochlann Quinn was talking to former Bank of...

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