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.

Just who is Austria's new whizz-kid leader?

Just who is Austria's new whizz-kid leader?

The election of slick-haired 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz shows that the right hasn't gone away you know

Volvo Ireland warns of sharp dip in new car sales for 2017

Volvo Ireland warns of sharp dip in new car sales for 2017

New car sales in 2017 will be down substantially on 2016, according to the Irish arm of Swedish c...

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish businesses

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish businesses

Volvo Ireland grew its sales of new cars by 27.7 per cent, from €45.2 million to €56.3 millio...

Ireland's top schools: Ready for boarding

Ireland's top schools: Ready for boarding

In the fourth of a series of interviews with those who run Ireland’s fee-paying schools, The Sunday Business Post talks to Dermot Dix, headmaster of Headfort School

Budget 2018

Budget 2018

Live reaction and analysis from The Sunday Business Post on Budget 2018

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish businesses

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish businesses

State Street’s Irish arm saw its turnover fall from €183 million to €174.5 million in 2016....

Desmond’s diamond mine hits €1.1bn paydirt

Desmond’s diamond mine hits €1.1bn paydirt

Dermot Desmond’s Canadian diamond mine has seen the value of its ‘in situ’ diamonds rise to...

Rothwell nets €4.7m from Irish Continental Group share sale

Rothwell nets €4.7m from Irish Continental Group share sale

Irish Continental Group chief executive Eamonn Rothwell’s stake in the company rose to 15.2 per...

Tycoons: The gambler and the Taxman

Tycoons: The gambler and the Taxman

When JP McManus tried to sue the Internal Revenue Service in a bid to reclaim $5.2 million, his case was shot down. Would the high-stakes backgammon player take one last throw of the dice?

Blake O’Donnell shoots for Tory stardom

Blake O’Donnell shoots for Tory stardom

Solicitor to concentrate on issues such as knife crime rather than Brexit

Lotto hopes Lidl and Aldi can push it to €1bn in sales

Lotto hopes Lidl and Aldi can push it to €1bn in sales

Premier Lotteries testing new technologies in discounters as well as growing its core network

Revealed: the owner of Victoria Homes

Revealed: the owner of Victoria Homes

The man behind the ambitious plan to build 4,000 homes and raise

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish businesses

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish businesses

Filmmaker Jim Sheridan’s company saw its accumulated profits rise from €247,444 to €321,058...

St Columba’s College: In a league of their own

St Columba’s College: In a league of their own

Mark Boobbyer, warden at St Columba’s College, talks to The Sunday Business Post

Irish arm of Liechtenstein bank sends €70m back home

Irish arm of Liechtenstein bank sends €70m back home

LGT, originally known as The Liechtenstein Global Trust, is the largest family-owned private wealth and asset manager in Europe, wholly owned by the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation.