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I’ve put together a portfolio featuring a selection of my articles from the Sunday Independent, The Irish Times, The Sunday Times, The Spectator and The Independent (UK edition) on Contently. It can be viewed by clicking here.
My exclusive interview with Gerry Robinson was published in the Irish Times Innovation business magazine today. It can be viewed here. A preview article, published in the Business This Week section of the Irish Times is here.
Published on 25 November, 2007. In a rare interview, Tesco’s Irish boss Tony Keohane tells John Reynolds how the shopping behemoth plans to grow even bigger. AS THE country frets over the economic slowdown, last week saw Tesco Ireland seize the opportunity to remind us that “every little helps”.With 98 … Continue reading
“It was an amazing ride. In five years, we went from just myself to having 200 employees on board and from zero revenue to sales of half a million dollars a day.” Having struck gold with the sale of his day trading software firm Cybercorp at the peak of … Continue reading
Boxing promoter Eddie McLoughlin has had many tough battles in his time but now he believes he has found a world-beater in Derry’s John Duddy, writes John Reynolds. Published in 14 October, 2007. “It’s the easiest business in the world in which to become a millionaire – as long … Continue reading
Emigrant Gerry McCaughey came home in 1990 to become one of Ireland’s most successful green builders, writes John Reynolds. Published on 30 September, 2007. Although he netted €31m for his 32 per cent stake in the timber frame company when Brendan Murtagh, founder of housebuilder Kingspan, paid €98m for it … Continue reading
Published on September 23, 2007. By John Reynolds The rest of Dublin’s legal fraternity might have decamped to shiny modern offices in the docklands and the IFSC, but Laurence Shields and his firm LK Shields have remained in the heart of Georgian Dublin. Nineteen years ago, there were ten people, … Continue reading