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Ahern

Bertie. born 1951, Irish politician; leader of the Fianna Fáil party from 1994; prime minister of the Republic of Ireland from 1997
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Pearce, who was global marketing director at Ahern Companies before being promoted to VP, reports directly to Don Ahern and develops and delivers global marketing strategies for all brands within the Ahern family of companies.
Mr Ahern, who served as Taoiseach from 1997 to 2008, played a key role in the talks that led to the Good Friday Agreement.
Beyond his work there, Ahern spent a good deal of time as a volunteer for various local organizations.
Ahern is a highly regarded contracts professional with 25 years of industry experience, including work with several leading transportation, environmental, architecture, and planning firms.
When contacted by the Irish Sunday Mirror, Mr Ahern's former party said they would not comment on the incident.
Given the amount of mud tossed around about Vietnam, an author must have iron-willed courage to buck the trend--exactly the case with Ahern. He properly acknowledges situations in which judgment should have been better or that produced mediocre results.
But it's not for me to impugn the judgement of the tribunal." Also found in breach of the rules were Ahern's friend, the registered owner and former Premier League footballer Neil Clement (15 years and three months, plus a PS3,000 fine), and James Clutterbuck (two and a half years), the son and assistant of Newmarket trainer Ken, who is appealing against the severity of his penalty.
Ahern, 35, was found guilty of conspiring to commit a corrupt or fraudulent practice in relation to the laying of five horses between September 2010 and February 2011.
Stewart-Moore said in a statement: "Eddie Ahern is absolutely devastated by the BHA Panel's findings.
The former Dublin City councillor said Ahern had not been found to be corrupt - and claimed his pal was only coming under fire from Fianna Fail because of media presure.
Ahern was accused of not telling the truth by the Mahon Tribunal, who examined his past finances.
A corruption tribunal has said that former Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern "failed to tell the truth" about tens of thousands of pounds of secret payments he received in the early 1990s.