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.

Foster young entrepreneurs with a basic income, ex-banker says

Foster young entrepreneurs with a basic income, ex-banker says

Coppola says move could give people ‘an incentive to take a risk’

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish business

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish business

Chocolate maker Cadbury’s Irish arm says the Irish food market “continues to be challenging i...

Barry J Whyte on Business

Barry J Whyte on Business

A recent US tax case could cool the corporate romance with Ireland

John Mulcahy: an appreciation

John Mulcahy: an appreciation

The man behind the Phoenix magazine, who died last Friday aged 86, was a daring and fearless force in Irish journalism who will be sorely missed, writes Barry J Whyte

US fund spends €38m on Glanbia shares

US fund spends €38m on Glanbia shares

Trillion-dollar US investment fund the Capital Group has splashed out more than €38 million to ...

World Rugby in a scrum over Irish data laws and anti-doping probes

World Rugby in a scrum over Irish data laws and anti-doping probes

Rugby’s international governing body is lobbying the Irish government to create new data protec...

Angry pensioners sue over $16bn Medtronic inversion losses

Angry pensioners sue over $16bn Medtronic inversion losses

Dozens of angry American pensioners are suing medtech firm Medtronic saying they lost more than $...

Dublin housing is ‘seriously unaffordable’, says new study

Dublin housing is ‘seriously unaffordable’, says new study

A new study by an American property expert has found that Dublin’s housing market is “serious...

Kickhams sell off Wexford car dealerships to Boland family

Kickhams sell off Wexford car dealerships to Boland family

The Kickham family, owners of IT company Datapac, is selling two Wexford car dealerships to diffe...

Courtroom sketch: Kelly shows both wit and wrath to INM in his ruling

Courtroom sketch: Kelly shows both wit and wrath to INM in his ruling

The president of the High Court brushed aside all of INM’s objections in a devastating judgment, writes Barry J Whyte

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish business

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish business

Turnover at the Irish arm of A&F Hollister – the company behind Abercrombie and Fitch – d...

Latin American troubles pile up for Smurfit Kappa

Latin American troubles pile up for Smurfit Kappa

The state of Venezuela has seized one of the packaging company’s factories, while it’s also at loggerheads with environmentalists and trade unions in Colombia

North could slash environment standards to win business post-Brexit

North could slash environment standards to win business post-Brexit

The current cross-border cooperation on such issues as migratory birds, waste management, and the protection of diverse habitats could break down in the aftermath of Brexit, according to a policy paper by lobbying group the Environmental Pillar

Losses rise at rugby app firm backed by O’Driscoll and Nolan

Losses rise at rugby app firm backed by O’Driscoll and Nolan

Losses at Ultimate Rugby, the sports app company backed by Brian O’Driscoll and Ray Nolan, rose...

Apartment owners’ group warns of bailout time bomb

Apartment owners’ group warns of bailout time bomb

The Apartment Owners’ Network, which represents 470 multi-unit stakeholders, has warned Paschal Donohoe that a financial 'time bomb' is ticking in the apartment sector and that many owners’ management companies are 'grossly underfunded'