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The Inquisitor: Ireland Inc’s corporate governance isn’t good enough

The decision by former Anglo Irish Bank non-executive director Gary McGann to step down as chairman of the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA)came as no great surprise. That is, of course, unless you work for the DAA.

28th February, 2009

The decision by former Anglo Irish Bank non-executive director Gary McGann to step down as chairman of the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA)came as no great surprise. That is, of course, unless you work for the DAA.

In the wake of the Anglo debacle, Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary called for McGann to step down from the DAA post, to which the state body replied that it wouldn’t dignify the suggestion with a response. In the brave...

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