Wednesday September 23, 2020

The inquisitor: INM may be prepared for the unimaginable

The apparently never-ending struggle by Independent News & Media (INM) to reach a deal with its bondholders on the overdue payment of €200 million, is highlighting all kinds of pressure points both within and outside the company.

4th July, 2009

The apparently never-ending struggle by Independent News & Media (INM) to reach a deal with its bondholders on the overdue payment of €200 million, is highlighting all kinds of pressure points both within and outside the company.

The biggest pressure is within. The row that was patched up with Denis O’Brien over the direction of the company may be resurfacing.

According to some reports, O’Brien is eager to play hardball with the bondholders,...

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