How Quinn’s value-added blueprint beat them all
Memoir; Quinntessential Feargal; By Feargal Quinn; O’Brien Press, €24.95
Penned in an affable, easy-going style, Feargal Quinn’s new memoir offers a fascinating insight into a man who has enjoyed several careers in his lifetime, but who was clearly born to be a major league retailer.
Quinn, founder of the supermarket chain Superquinn, divides his memoir into four sections, starting with his roots as a third generation grocer and ending with his career in public service: he served as an independent senator for...
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