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.

The importance of 'good news hygiene'

The importance of 'good news hygiene'

BBC economist and Newsnight presenter Evan Davis is urging people to read only reputable news sources, and to include a few that might hold different views from your own

Soros’s foundation wants ‘clarity’ in Irish campaign finance laws

Soros’s foundation wants ‘clarity’ in Irish campaign finance laws

Last week, Sipo agreed in the High Court to quash a decision from December 2017 that saw it order Amnesty Ireland to return a €137,000 grant it had gotten from OSF to fund its abortion rights campaign

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish business

Profit & Loss: Inside the world of private Irish business

Kelly's Agricultural Machinery, Riverfront Hotels and aircraft leasing company 3P Air Freighters

Pitch battle

Pitch battle

The war for the heart and soul of the GAA

Dunnes appeals vacant site levy on Limerick property

Dunnes appeals vacant site levy on Limerick property

Dunnes Stores has appealed a vacant site levy in relation to a premises in the Sarsfield Street S...

Unions ‘hesitant’ to use Freshways pay deal law

Unions ‘hesitant’ to use Freshways pay deal law

Trade unions have only taken seven cases to the Labour Court under a 2015 law that allows the cou...

Ardstone plans 550 homes for Cork and Kildare

Ardstone plans 550 homes for Cork and Kildare

Ardstone Homes, the property company led by former Friends First executive Donal Mulcahy, launche...

Oops... They’ve done it again

Oops... They’ve done it again

Magnier, McManus and Desmond’s latest multibillion-euro deal will lead to healthy bank balances for all involved in British firm Barchester

Teeling in fresh bid for Louth whiskey warehouse plan

Teeling in fresh bid for Louth whiskey warehouse plan

Residents who live around the site have filed dozens of objections to Louth County Council, citing the risk of whiskey explosions, enormous fires, and black whiskey mould

Concerns grow over Jehovah’s Witnesses Irish child sex abuse files

Concerns grow over Jehovah’s Witnesses Irish child sex abuse files

This month, the European Court of Justice ruled that the Jehovah’s Witnesses church was not exempt on any religious grounds from certain elements of the newly introduced GDPR data protection laws

Clare hurling sponsor O’Donnell in pay row with staff

Clare hurling sponsor O’Donnell in pay row with staff

Plant machinery and equipment supplier Pat O’Donnell & Company has been told by the Labour Court to give its workers a 10 per cent pay rise over four years if they agree to cooperate with certain changes in their conditions of work

Justice minister 'satisfied' sanctioned Kerry solicitor is qualified

Justice minister 'satisfied' sanctioned Kerry solicitor is qualified

Solicitor Helen Lucey was found guilty of professional misconduct for transferring €259,000 from a client account to her own

Smurfit family swaps shares in gambling company GAN

Smurfit family swaps shares in gambling company GAN

Smurfit Kappa chief executive Tony Smurfit has trimmed back his holding in his cousin Dermot Smur...

UBS increases Aryzta stake to over 5 per cent

UBS increases Aryzta stake to over 5 per cent

Last week, UBS pushed its stake from below the notifiable threshold - the position below which it doesn’t have to tell the stock market - to 5.06 per cent, with the shares trading around €12.50

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish business

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish business

Club Travel Holdings, Fox's Pub and the company behind sports gear maker O'Neills