Friday February 28, 2020

Why Fyffes is suing DCC

In his resignation letter to the board of Fyffes on February 9, 2000, DCC chief executive Jim Flavin said he was departing with a “sense of nostalgia".

11th December, 2004

In his resignation letter to the board of Fyffes on February 9, 2000, DCC chief executive Jim Flavin said he was departing with a “sense of nostalgia".

Six days into an insider dealing case brought against him by Fyffes, it is safe to assume that Flavin would today look back on their relationship in an altogether different light.

Fyffes's marathon statement of claim, which took five and half days to conclude, chronicles the breakdown of the...

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