Wednesday June 3, 2020

O’Leary bids to clip Bellew‘s wings

24th November, 2019

Most business rows settle quietly, out of the public spotlight. Sometimes, however, business chiefs like using the courts to make a point, publicly.

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has never been afraid to head to the courts, often eschewing the opportunity to settle, amicably or not, prior to public revelation. That may well prove to be the case this week, as the attempted departure of the airline’s former chief operating officer Peter Bellew threatens to take...

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