Dublin Coach sister firms operating at loss
Newly published accounts for 2014 reveal several companies are operating at a large loss
Companies linked to Dublin Coach, one of the country’s fastest-growing intercity bus providers, are operating at a large loss, according to newly published accounts for 2014.
Citi Bus posted losses of €1.16 million in 2014, up from losses of €486,000 in 2013, according to accounts signed off in recent weeks.
It is one of a number of companies controlled by former Aircoach boss John O’Sullivan and his wife Una that operate businesses including Dublin Coach, an...
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