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.

Round Towers debt debacle: Depth of GAA woes revealed

Round Towers debt debacle: Depth of GAA woes revealed

A small Kildare GAA club is just one of many facing crushing financial burdens in the wake of the Celtic Tiger years. As more cases come to light, the issue has become less of a local problem and more of an existential crisis for the GAA itself

RSA chair O’Donnell lobbying for Big Pharma company MSD

RSA chair O’Donnell lobbying for Big Pharma company MSD

O’Donnell made particular efforts over the last two years to get the sitting Taoiseach - first Enda Kenny, then Leo Varadkar – to meet MSD executives at the World Economic Forum meeting at Davos

Barry J Whyte on business

Barry J Whyte on business

Franklin Templeton scales back on its Irish holdings

Lobbying leads to BT Ireland 999 operators’ pay rise

Lobbying leads to BT Ireland 999 operators’ pay rise

Nearly 60 workers at BT Ireland have received a pay rise after lobbying dozens of politicians ove...

Dunne and Crescenzi company dishes out €1 million dividend

Dunne and Crescenzi company dishes out €1 million dividend

A company in the Dunne and Crescenzi restaurants group paid out a €1 million dividend in 2018 a...

Losses rise at Smurfit-backed ticketing security company

Losses rise at Smurfit-backed ticketing security company

Accumulated losses at Pat Kirby’s ticketing company - which last month raised €100,000 from t...

Tesco strikers have formal warnings cleared from records after WRC ruling

Tesco strikers have formal warnings cleared from records after WRC ruling

Dozens of Irish Tesco workers who were given formal written warnings after going on strike in 201...

C&AG studying audits of education and training board

C&AG studying audits of education and training board

The Comptroller and Auditor General has begun an audit of the 2016 accounts for the embattled Kil...

Turnover drop doesn’t affect Teeling’s profits

Turnover drop doesn’t affect Teeling’s profits

Turnover fell at John Teeling’s Great Northern Distillery in 2018, from €14.3 million to €1...

Huge US mutual fund sells down major stakes in Irish companies

Huge US mutual fund sells down major stakes in Irish companies

One of the world’s biggest mutual funds has been quietly selling down its stakes in several wel...

Capital Group in massive Cairn Homes share sell-off

Capital Group in massive Cairn Homes share sell-off

The American investment fund the Capital Group last week sold nearly €12 million worth of share...

US investor scoops €2.9 million worth of bargain shares in Hostelworld

US investor scoops €2.9 million worth of bargain shares in Hostelworld

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

The price of having it all?

The price of having it all?

The sixth Pendulum Summit at Dublin’s Convention Centre was certainly a swinging affair, with its share of big-name guests ranging from Colin Farrell to Boris Johnson. But its overriding central message seemed to be that success has to be paid for

VAM issues €10m bond in bid to develop thousands of urban homes

VAM issues €10m bond in bid to develop thousands of urban homes

Irish-owned investment firm Value Asset Management has issued a €10 million bond in its effort ...

Cosimo snaps up assets of liquidated VR firm iTagged

Cosimo snaps up assets of liquidated VR firm iTagged

Tech investor to announce plans for new augmented reality platform