Monday December 9, 2019

O’Reilly: bad governance at the heart of the INM debacle

Former chief executive ‘shocked and saddened’ as High Court inspectors poised to inspect activities in media group

9th September, 2018

Gavin O’Reilly, the former chief executive of Independent News & Media, has watched with horror – but not total surprise – as current events unfold inside Ireland’s largest newspaper publisher.

He has read all 17,423 words of Judge Peter Kelly’s evisceration of his old company’s attempts to block High Court inspectors being appointed to investigate activities at the company following his departure.

Speaking from his new base in...

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