Thursday July 2, 2020

The Last Post: Time for Quinn to truly call it quits

It would help the Quinns a lot if all their old businesses were now renamed, relogoed and rebranded

3rd November, 2019
Seán Quinn: the former tycoon ‘needs to emphasise that he realises now that his time with the business he created is over, and that his family can never be involved with it again’ Pic: Collins

The reprehensible thugs who issued their latest threats to the bosses at Quinn Industrial Holdings last week aren’t just violent: they’re a bit stupid too. Their actions mean that the very thing they claim to want – the reinstatement of the Quinn family to the ownership and management of the border-straddling businesses – is now impossible to achieve.

It was most improbable anyway, for financial reasons as much as anything else,...

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