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Shareholders bid to block Goodman’s Blackrock deal

Beef baron has 28% stake in clinic

25th September, 2016
Larry Goodman

Shareholders at the Blackrock Clinic are planning a rival bid to block beef baron Larry Goodman securing a dominant stake in the private hospital.

The meat magnate has been offered the shares of founding obstetrician Jimmy Sheehan, who has decided to sell up for €16 million.

Sheehan informed the board earlier this month that Dornway, the company which houses his 16 per cent stake in the hospital, plans to sell up to Goodman firm Breccia.

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