ICG shareholders ran aground after slugfest

A plague on all your houses. The three major shareholding blocs in Irish Continental Group( ICG) were last week coming to terms with the consequences of not having an exit strategy, as hopes for an end to the two year takeover impasse at the ferry op

2nd May, 2009

A plague on all your houses. The three major shareholding blocs in Irish Continental Group( ICG) were last week coming to terms with the consequences of not having an exit strategy, as hopes for an end to the two year takeover impasse at the ferry operator petered out once again.

The Moonduster consortium, headed by Philip Lynch’s One 51, finally conceded defeat in its efforts to put together a revised offer for the company, this...

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