Thursday February 20, 2020

Murphy's Law: entrepreneur reveals extent of business interests

Businessman and adviser to Derek Quinlan tells all in new book.

26th October, 2014
Gerry Murphy.

He is advising a troubled ex tycoon, dealing with wealthy Arabs, grappling with Nama and has somehow found time to write a new ‘how to’ book on business.

Gerry Murphy, best known as former property titan Derek Quinlan’s right hand man, went from owning a small petrol station in a north Cork village to starting Great Gas Petroleum, which became a €100 million revenue business.

This and other adventures are detailed...

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