What’s next for O’Brien’s empire?
Businessman has scattered and complex range of interests and investments
It was time for Kroll Inc to crunch the numbers. The famed corporate investigation advisory group was charged with the task of combing through the finances of Digicel, the mobile phone company established by Denis O’Brien.
The services of Kroll, founded by ‘Wall Street’s Sleuth’ Jules B Kroll, did not come cheap. The US company had made its name tracking the worldwide financial assets of the late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Another of...
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