Sheehan plans to sell Blackrock Clinic stake to Larry Goodman
The meat magnate has owned part of Blackrock since 2005
The surgeon Jimmy Sheehan plans to sell his shares in the Blackrock Clinic, the Dublin private hospital he co-founded, for €16 million to beef baron Larry Goodman.
Sheehan told his board on Friday that Dornway, the company which controls his shares in the hospital, intends to sell its stake to Breccia, a Goodman firm.
The meat magnate has owned part of Blackrock since 2005, when he bought a 28 per cent stake which was being...
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