A Hobbsian worldview

He made his name as a consumer champion. But can Eddie Hobbs ever escape the legacy of the property fund he co-founded which lost millions of euro on behalf of Irish investors?

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
7th January, 2018

Time is a great teacher, they say, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils. The Eddie Hobbs who sits down with The Sunday Business Post for a series of lengthy, candid interviews in the final days of 2017 is older, wiser and carrying his fair share of scars. He’s more than a decade older than the man who sprinted down an alley in the opening credits of a TV show in a homage to the...

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