Friday November 22, 2019

Tycoons: Editor’s Note

For the last 28 years, The Sunday Business Post has sought to document the best and worst of Ireland’s tycoons

1st October, 2017

Entrepreneur. Magnate. Industrialist. Tycoon. Irish business has always had its share of larger-than-life figures who have sought to influence, even dominate, an industry – or in a few cases create them from scratch.

Drawn from our extensive archive, this week’s Sunday Business Post Magazine relates the stories of the men and women who have torn up the rule book for Irish business. Each interview or profile should be seen in its time and context. In...

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