Star on the rise but ‘market in for tough time’

Irish Daily Star managing director Paul Cooke is pleased with the tabloid’s sales, but is not resting on his laurels, writes Catherine O’Mahony.

30th August, 2008

Irish Daily Star managing director Paul Cooke is pleased with the tabloid’s sales, but is not resting on his laurels, writes Catherine O’Mahony.

An accountant by t raining, Paul Cooke doesn’t like to waste money. ‘‘We’re interested in making a few bob,” is how he describes the core philosophy behind Ireland’s best-selling daily tabloid newspaper, Irish Daily Star, and its stable-mate, the relatively new Irish Daily Star Sunday....

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