Newsround: what Thursday's papers say

Denis O'Brien tries to stop O'Reilly payoff; talk of "bad bank" for Permanent TSB; Johnston Press ads fall: these were among today's top business stories from papers

26th April, 2012
Thursday's newspaper wrap.

Top business stories from today's Irish and international newspapers

**Francois Hollande** calls for changes to fiscal treaty (p1)

**INM director** Denis O'Brien wants O'Reilly's severance package declared unlawful (p1, Business Supplement p3)

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