Dunphy back in the driving seat
Insurance companies throughout the land are bracing themselves to take a big hit. The launch of the first volume of Eamon Dunphy's autobiography, The Rocky Rock, in October has sent even the most macho of insurers running for cover.
No, this time it is not just the dread of libel from Eamon's pen that has the wimps of Ireland's financial services industry shaking in their shoes. It is worse.
The timing of Eamon's most controversial book yet has sent captains of the industry into a state of panic. Lloyd's of London is believed to have been called in. The author of the biography of Roy Keane and Unforgettable Fire: the story of U2 will shortly mark another milestone in his life.