Querulous Quinn fails to join the banking dots
Sean Quinn had strong words for Anglo in court last week, but made no distinction between the bank's previous incarnation and its current, state-owned one, writes Richard Curran.
In some ways, it was hard to argue with Sean Quinn's opinion of Anglo Irish Bank in the High Court last week. An emotional Quinn, who lost €3 billion in the financial crash, told the court that Anglo had "wrecked the country" and "bullied him" in relation to his own company and his position in it.
The former billionaire was being cross-examined during a High Court action being taken against him, his son and his...
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