Fallon & Byrne founders depart after deal with investors
Former Superquinn finance chief promises to ‘restore certainty’ as Paul Byrne and Fiona McHugh leave after 14 years
The founders of Fallon & Byrne have left the high-end food hall and restaurant group following a deal with investors.
The departure of Paul Byrne, the developer, and Fiona McHugh, the former editor of the Irish edition of The Sunday Times, comes less than a month after the business closed its outlet in the Swan centre in Rathmines. The couple had a 45 per cent stake in the group, which they founded in 2006....
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