Why D'Alton put his faith in waste

After just ten months, Paul D'Alton has traded the glamour of Waterford Wedgwood for the manure business, where he will be hoping for an easier time.

19th March, 2005

The Insider predicted last year that Paul D'Alton wouldn't stick the job ofWaterford Wedgwood finance director for more than a year.

But we never guessed that, less than ayear after joining the crystal and china company,D'Altonwould take his chances running a manure business rather than continuing to serve atTony O'Reilly's table. On the face of it, the job of finance director of Waterford Wedgwood has its attractions.

It comes with a salary of at...

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