Sunday January 19, 2020

All change at INM as Vangeel replaces Doorly in the top job

For the first time in 46 years, the media group is now a privately-owned company, and more major moves are in the offing

4th August, 2019
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Gert Ysebaert, chief executive of Mediahuis, with Thomas Leysen, chairman

Last week’s High Court approval of the €145.6 million takeover of Independent News & Media (INM) by Belgian firm Mediahuis saw Michael Doorly, the veteran INM executive who has led the company for the past two years, resign from his role as chief executive with immediate effect.

In his place, Ireland’s biggest newspaper publisher will now be led as a privately-owned company by Marc Vangeel, a former chief executive at Telegraaf Media Groep,...

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