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Why O’Leary could find it hard to walk away from Ryanair

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

19th May, 2019

It’s not just Gigginstown Stud that has been occupying more of Michael O’Leary’s time in the last few years. If slowly closing down the most successful National Hunt stable in the country frees up some of his time for a personal life, his day job running Ryanair is consuming many more hours than he probably anticipated at this stage of his career.

Last September, at the company’s annual general...

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