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.

State funding of €400k fires up Cartoon Saloon ahead of Netflix dragon feature

State funding of €400k fires up Cartoon Saloon ahead of Netflix dragon feature

The company revealed last month that it had been commissioned by Netflix to produce a new feature called My Father’s Dragon

Gentleman boxer

Gentleman boxer

Andy Lee won a world title after a series of setbacks, without compromising his decency. His self-awareness has left him better prepared than most for life after boxing – even if he doesn’t know what he wants to do

Kerry fintech guru Murphy sees revenues rise at Rachro

Kerry fintech guru Murphy sees revenues rise at Rachro

The company through which Kerry entrepreneur Frank Murphy controls his 85 per cent stake in finte...

The many lives of Dermot Desmond

The many lives of Dermot Desmond

Billionaire investor. Media mogul. IFSC visionary. A self-made fortune, an influencer of Irish public life, a patriot and a fearsome litigant

Queen of the Small Caps takes stake in Hostelworld

Queen of the Small Caps takes stake in Hostelworld

An American investor known as the Queen of the Small Caps has taken a 4 per cent stake in travel ...

Irish car market still in decline, says Fiat Chrysler as profits fall

Irish car market still in decline, says Fiat Chrysler as profits fall

The Irish arm of giant car maker Fiat Chrysler has complained that despite Irish GDP growing by 1...

DCU cancels proposed second Mike Tyson event on campus

DCU cancels proposed second Mike Tyson event on campus

A proposed second date for an event billed as An Evening with Mike Tyson – the former heavyweig...

Hedge fund boss Woodford sells down Hostelworld stake

Hedge fund boss Woodford sells down Hostelworld stake

London hedge fund boss Neil Woodford has continued to aggressively sell down his stake in Irish t...

Profile of Mohammed bin Salman: Trade and tyranny

Profile of Mohammed bin Salman: Trade and tyranny

Styling himself as MBS, he was originally hailed by many western media outlets as a reformer, but in recent months it has become increasingly apparent that those measures were mere window dressing

Training board probed over alleged delay in acting on legal advice

Training board probed over alleged delay in acting on legal advice

Lawyers repeatedly told board members to suspend chief executive in wake of Comptroller and Auditor General report

Revealed: Ireland’s Saudi ties in spotlight after journalist’s slaughter

Revealed: Ireland’s Saudi ties in spotlight after journalist’s slaughter

Millions in military goods sent to kingdom; Dublin stock exchange becomes major hub for Riyadh

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish businesses

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish businesses

Sean Gallagher Business Matters, AerCap and Etsy's Irish arm

Victoria Homes to defend winding-up petition

Victoria Homes to defend winding-up petition

The High Court will hear a petition tomorrow to wind up ambitious house builder Victoria Homes ov...

Boston Scientific gives €1.8bn to parent and collects €6m in grants

Boston Scientific gives €1.8bn to parent and collects €6m in grants

The Irish arm of Boston Scientific got an additional $6 million in grants from the IDA in 2017, b...

Profit & Loss inside the world of private Irish businesses

Profit & Loss inside the world of private Irish businesses

Irish book publisher Poolbeg Press – which publishes such bestselling authors as Marian Keyes, ...