Campbell Bewley back in black

15 March 2005 by
Campbell Bewley back in black

Campbell Bewley, the Irish hotel and café business that recently closed its two flagship cafés in Dublin, reported a €5.4m (£3.7m) profit for 2003.

The company reversed a loss of €2.2m (£1.5m) from the previous year by selling a stake in its British contract catering division to US contract catering giant Aramark for a massive €25m (£17.2m).

Campbell Bewley closed its two flagship stores in Dublin before Christmas - a move which resulted in 234 job losses and caused uproar throughout Ireland.

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