New ventures that just might fly for McEvaddy

While his first healthcare centre will be opened by Mary Harney tomorrow, the tycoon’s Omega Air is bidding for a US Air Force in-flight refuelling contract.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
31st January, 2009

Ulick McEvaddy is seated in the Merrion Hotel in Dublin, waxing lyrical about the defeat of the Lisbon Treaty. He is mid flow when public relations guru James Morrissey walks by.

‘‘You’re not talking about Lisbon again are you, Ulick?” asks Morrissey, who is an old school friend of McEvaddy’s. ‘‘Would you ever steer clear of that subject?”

‘‘It’s just business James. Don’t worry,” laughs...

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