Barry J Whyte

Barry J Whyte

Barry J Whyte joined The Sunday Business Post in 2013 as a business reporter. Whyte spent the previous four years in New York, where he worked as the web editor for Institutional Investor magazine. He has worked in the past for the Phoenix magazine and RTE.ie. He studied at DIT, UCD and Columbia Journalism School.

Another blot on the AIB landscape

Another blot on the AIB landscape

Whatever the outcome, the Belfry fund cases are more than a hindrance for AIB ahead of a potential float, despite chief executive Bernard Byrne’s insistence the timing is right

‘Abortion is not a divisive issue. And we need to stop treating it in Ireland as if it is’

‘Abortion is not a divisive issue. And we need to stop treating it in Ireland as if it is’

In a revealing interview, Colm O’Gorman talks about his past, his politics, his passions as he hits back at his critics

Ralph Lauren’s Irish arm has $6 billion in assets

Ralph Lauren’s Irish arm has $6 billion in assets

Company was set up here in 2015

Pensions Time Bomb

Pensions Time Bomb

Ireland is facing a pensions time bomb. Everyone knows it, yet no one is doing anything to defuse the bomb

Revenue warns of looming deadline for offshore assets

Revenue warns of looming deadline for offshore assets

Thousands in ‘last chance saloon’ to declare their overseas interests, says taxman

Creditors get first payout from Gorse Hill family assets

Creditors get first payout from Gorse Hill family assets

No figures have yet been released on just how much will be distributed

Profit and Loss: Michael Fassbender, Apache Pizza, Oracle

Profit and Loss: Michael Fassbender, Apache Pizza, Oracle

Which Irish companies are up and which are down this week?

Kelleher to appeal against legal ruling of US court

Kelleher to appeal against legal ruling of US court

US Attorney’s Office argued Irish property developer and lawyer showed “disrespect for this court and the American justice system in general”

Heavey sells £4m in shares to invest in new Tullow fundraising round

Heavey sells £4m in shares to invest in new Tullow fundraising round

Transaction allows Heavey to maintain his percentage holding in Tullow

Profile: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan – the power of one

Profile: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan – the power of one

Many worry that the Turkish President's referendum is the death-knell of his country's already shallow democracy

O’Hara: big craft brewery mergers on cards

O’Hara: big craft brewery mergers on cards

Why the head of the Carlow Brewing Company sold a stake to Spanish beer maker Hijos de Rivera

Woodford’s holding in Hostelworld now over 23 per cent

Woodford’s holding in Hostelworld now over 23 per cent

London hedge fund trader has slowly been building up his stake in the company

Profit and Loss: The Iona Institute, Ampersand, and Louis Fitzgerald

Profit and Loss: The Iona Institute, Ampersand, and Louis Fitzgerald

A round-up of this week's company results

Vix is a weather vane, not a forecast

Vix is a weather vane, not a forecast

If world politics are incredibly tense right now, why is the Volatility Index so low?

Buyout speculation amid spike in short bets against Tullow

Buyout speculation amid spike in short bets against Tullow

Odey Asset Management amongst prominent firms boosting short trade in troubled company