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Sweeney and DCC bid to control Black Shore

Businessman John Sweeney is teaming up with quoted investment firm DCC in an effort to retain control of Black Shore Holdings, his €200 million business.

24th April, 2010

Businessman John Sweeney is teaming up with quoted investment firm DCC in an effort to retain control of Black Shore Holdings, his €200 million business.

Black Shore’s interests in oil distribution and service stations are attractive to DCC, which has extensive fuel interests. The industrial holding firm has agreed to back Sweeney’s bid for the business, which is nearing the end of its 100-day period of examinership.

However, a stumbling block...

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