Superquinn ‘not for sale’

Superquinn chairman Simon Burke rejects speculation of a sell-off to a British group, writes Ian Kehoe.

30th August, 2008

Superquinn chairman Simon Burke rejects speculation of a sell-off to a British group, writes Ian Kehoe.

Simon Burke wants to make one thing extremely clear - Superquinn is not for sale. Yes, Burke and the consortium that owns Superquinn have received a number of unsolicited approaches for the supermarket chain.

And yes, the retailer has retained the services of Goldman Sachs corporate finance team in London.

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