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.

Ex-Aryzta executive fails in his unfair dismissal action

Ex-Aryzta executive fails in his unfair dismissal action

Ronan Minahan left Aryzta in June 2017, after 11 years working for the company in a number of positions

State rejects claims of inappropriate state aid for Horse Sport Ireland

State rejects claims of inappropriate state aid for Horse Sport Ireland

HSI is currently the subject of two complaints to the European Commission from the operators of two studbooks

Franklin Templeton cuts back Grafton Group stake

Franklin Templeton cuts back Grafton Group stake

Giant investment firm Franklin Templeton – which manages nearly $18 billion in assets – has s...

A Year In Sport: Big scalps, big prizes and big-name exits

A Year In Sport: Big scalps, big prizes and big-name exits

It was a turbulent year in sport, with some extraordinary highs – Ireland beating the All Blacks, a World Cup final in hockey, extraordinary underage athletics success – balanced by some disheartening lows. We take you through it, month by month

Reuben brothers put €3 million into Irish-registered company

Reuben brothers put €3 million into Irish-registered company

David and Simon Reuben are worth an estimated £14 billion and have an enormous property empire, as well as investments in data centres, pubs, hotels, medical device companies and banks.

Jehovah’s Witnesses aiming to ‘strengthen’ its Irish congregation

Jehovah’s Witnesses aiming to ‘strengthen’ its Irish congregation

Religion hopes to bolster its senior ranks in Ireland; Handling of sex abuse claims came under scrutiny

Guinness workers in row over ‘famous’ pension scheme

Guinness workers in row over ‘famous’ pension scheme

Diageo is facing a dispute with its staff in Guinness Ireland over its efforts to shore up the co...

HSE rapped for retraining kitchen staff to provide frontline care

HSE rapped for retraining kitchen staff to provide frontline care

The HSE has been told to reconsider its plan to retrain around a dozen drivers and kitchen staff ...

Magazine backed by Dragons’ Den star Cowzer goes into liquidation

Magazine backed by Dragons’ Den star Cowzer goes into liquidation

Magpie, a fashion magazine that won a €75,000 Dragons’ Den investment from East Coast Bakehou...

CIÉ pumps €37 million into Bus Éireann as firm goes through transformation under new chief

CIÉ pumps €37 million into Bus Éireann as firm goes through transformation under new chief

The state transport authority CIÉ has pumped €37 million into its embattled subsidiary Bus Éi...

Scouting Ireland could ‘sink’ as it faces dozens of civil cases

Scouting Ireland could ‘sink’ as it faces dozens of civil cases

Scouting Ireland could be facing as many as 40 fresh civil cases related to child abuse in the new year

eLight's bright future: MD targets €30m in sales

eLight's bright future: MD targets €30m in sales

Ian McKenna’s lighting firm eLight runs off an innovative pricing model that has many of its customers asking: what’s the catch?

Bullied Tusla whistleblower is awarded €12,500

Bullied Tusla whistleblower is awarded €12,500

Woman spent five and a half years on administrative leave and suffered mental anguish

The new abnormal: What can we learn from last week’s market wobble?

The new abnormal: What can we learn from last week’s market wobble?

Analysts focus on concerns about Trump’s threatened trade war with China as global uncertainty reigns

How bad is bad?

How bad is bad?

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council had harsh words for the government last week, when it accused it of failing to capitalise on years of robust growth and neglecting to prepare for a future downturn