Thursday August 6, 2020

Steering BT into profit

After three years as chief executive of BT Ireland, Chris Clark has put an end to the firm’s status as a loss-maker

27th February, 2010

When Chris Clark came to Ireland to take up his current job, he did not expect that more Irish people would think of BT as a Dublin department store than the global telecoms giant he worked for.

Three years on, and a week after his 41st birthday, he no longer worries.

As chief executive of BT Ireland, Clark has put an end to the company’s status as a perennial loss-maker. At last, he has turned...

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