Domhnal Slattery sets the tone the minute he walks in: “I have 1 hr. for this interview. When they go longer, they tend to become inefficient for everybody.” And inefficiency, as we will soon learn, is something he neither likes nor tolerates. “Dom is quite a force of nature,” we had been warned, a few weeks earlier, by younger brother John. Trying to meet Domhnal and John Slattery is a challenge. Both are constantly traveling, mostly by air. They spend about six ...


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