In The News: Talbot inherits opportunities for impressive growth

Siobhán Talbot started the week as a relatively low-key executive in an Irish plc, but is now one of the most influential women in the country.

25th May, 2013
John Maloney and Siobhán Talbot: the Glanbia chief executive and his successor. Photo: Dylan Vaughan

Siobhán Talbot started the week as a relatively low-key executive in an Irish plc, but is now one of the most influential women in the country with her appointment as chief executive designate of Glanbia.

A lifer at the quoted food company, already this week she has already marked herself out from many other bland chief executives by writing an opinion piece mentioning quotas for women executives in public companies - she is...

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