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Denis O'Brien and Eircom; David Duffy and AIB; Shares fall, bond yields rise; Penrose quits Cabinet; Collier quits DAA; Ryanair and Aer Lingus; Warren Buffett; Limerick bikes and lots more.

15th November, 2011
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* Businessman Denis O’Brien said he won’t proceed with a proposal to invest in Eircom Group Ltd.

* The Central Bank approved the appointment of David Duffy as chief executive officer of Allied Irish Banks, ending a year-long search, according to a Bloomberg report.

* Bond yields continued to rise today across Europe.

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