Talkshop hangs up with loss of 40 jobs

A firm that employed more than 40 people in seven shops providing cheap phone calls and internet access has gone bust.

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Ian Kehoe

4th December, 2004

A firm that employed more than 40 people in seven shops providing cheap phone calls and internet access has gone bust.

Talkshop closed its doors two weeks ago and a creditors' meeting will take place on Wednesday to wind up the company and appoint a liquidator. The company was established in 1997 by Mark Griffin and Paul Moylett.

It had five shops in Dublin, including branches in Temple Bar, Phibsboro and Dame Street, and also had outlets...

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