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.

Supermac's Longford service station project rejected

Supermac's Longford service station project rejected

Planning board says development would draw retail traffic away from city centre

Heaslip: I’m not all of a sudden friends with Eddie O’Sullivan

Heaslip: I’m not all of a sudden friends with Eddie O’Sullivan

Former Ireland international outlines testy relationship with the former Ireland manager in his new autobiography

Vaping firms not the ‘plucky outsiders’ they appear to be

Vaping firms not the ‘plucky outsiders’ they appear to be

Minister for Health Simon Harris has expressed concern at the vaping industry’s concerted lobbying, writes Barry J Whyte

Data commissioner probes US media giant’s Irish arm

Data commissioner probes US media giant’s Irish arm

Data watchdog conducting statutory inquiry into Oath Emea’s compliance with GDPR

Slump in bloodstock sales hits Juddmonte's Irish arm

Slump in bloodstock sales hits Juddmonte's Irish arm

Revenue at Prince Khalid bin Abdullah Al Saud's business falls by €11.2m

London hedge fund in €17m short bet against Glanbia shares

London hedge fund in €17m short bet against Glanbia shares

Talomon Capital was founded by Andrew Lubin and it has taken a 0.5 per cent short position in the company, according to Central Bank filings

Ireland ‘hardest hit’ by Trump’s dairy tariffs

Ireland ‘hardest hit’ by Trump’s dairy tariffs

Just as Kerrygold sees 25 per cent growth in its US business, exports now face a 25 per cent tariff

Top anti-smoking lawyer says Ireland should sue Big Tobacco and vaping firms

Top anti-smoking lawyer says Ireland should sue Big Tobacco and vaping firms

Anti-tobacco firm says ‘vaping has become next public health disaster’

Activist investor is among trio to boost stake in housebuilder Cairn

Activist investor is among trio to boost stake in housebuilder Cairn

Coltrane Asset Management, a New York fund founded by former Deutsche Bank trader Mandeep Manku, bought up €6.7 million worth of shares last week, pushing its stake to 8.10 per cent, worth €63.8 million

Top scientist urges a ‘Facebook-style’ trade in gene data

Top scientist urges a ‘Facebook-style’ trade in gene data

If people are willing to trade their private data with Facebook and Google for free services, they should also consider trade-offs for their genetic data, the government’s chief scientific adviser has claimed

Former spies’ hedge fund ups stake in Ryanair to 4 per cent

Former spies’ hedge fund ups stake in Ryanair to 4 per cent

A British hedge fund founded by two former Norwegian spies has built up a more than 4 per cent st...

Meet me in the middle: Kieran Mulvey on Ryanair and unions

Meet me in the middle: Kieran Mulvey on Ryanair and unions

A hardened veteran of industrial relations talks, Kieran Mulvey has his hands full brokering a solution to the bitter dispute between Ryanair and its pilots over pay

Dopers ‘deprive Irish athletes of day in the sun’

Dopers ‘deprive Irish athletes of day in the sun’

Mulvey’s annoyance about the issue is due to the fact that he has been working hard to ensure Irish athletes are the most rigorously tested

Mulvey defends Hickey meeting

Mulvey defends Hickey meeting

Why was Mulvey – the chairman of Sport Ireland – meeting Hickey after the controversies of the last three years?

Queen of the Small Caps cuts Hostelworld stake

Queen of the Small Caps cuts Hostelworld stake

An American investor known as the Queen of the Small Caps has slashed her stake in Hostelworld af...