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Tom Lyons on the questions INM must answer

Without clarity over the data breaches at INM, the share price is likely to remain on the floor, despite a robust business

15th April, 2018

A mural on the wall of Peploe’s restaurant on St Stephen’s Green depicts former US president Bill Clinton in a tête-à-tête with the late South African president Nelson Mandela. On Wednesday night, Clinton admired the scene before returning to his table of about eight friends and supporters.

Clinton, who was in Ireland to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday agreement, was joined at...

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