Thursday February 27, 2020

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

24th January, 2020
Fiona McHugh and her husband, Paul Byrne, had a 45 per cent stake in Fallon & Byrne

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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