Anatomy of a fallen showman
Tom Lyons reports on how developer Harry Crosbie built up large investments in the south of France, Yahoo and Batman: The Musical before losing his fortune
Only the super-wealthy can afford to become a player in the rarified world of property in the south of France, or invest in something like Batman: The Musical.
At his peak, however, property developer and events promoter Harry Crosbie had built up such a substantial empire in Ireland – from a stake in the O2 (now the 3Arena) on the Liffey’s north docks to the Grand Canal Theatre across the river – that he was...
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