Thursday February 27, 2020

O’Brien opens up on desire to do business in North Korea

Billionaire says children spend too much time on online ‘bullshit’

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
17th March, 2019

Denis O’Brien has revealed his ambition to do business in North Korea and also claimed that children are involved in too much “bullshit” on social media.

The billionaire entrepreneur’s comments were made as part of an under-the-radar interview with Primed4Business, a video series set up by 3D4 Medical founder John Moore and The Printed Image boss Colin Culliton.

Former Avoca chief executive Simon Pratt, Freshly Chopped founder Brian...

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