Fyffes v DCC: The showdown begins

Jim Flavin, the chief executive of DCC, is unlikely to change his Sunday morning routine of attending Mass at a church near his home in Shankill, south Co Dublin, this weekend.

4th December, 2004

Jim Flavin, the chief executive of DCC, is unlikely to change his Sunday morning routine of attending Mass at a church near his home in Shankill, south Co Dublin, this weekend.

The weekly ritual is often followed by a perusal of Sunday's newspapers. This weekend will be different in one important respect, because peering back at Flavin from those newspapers will be photographs of himself and articles concerning his legal dispute with fruit distributor Fyffes.

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