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.

Roux who? Cyril Roux profiled

Roux who? Cyril Roux profiled

When the Central Bank announced that Cyril Roux would replace Matthew Elderfield as Ireland's financial regulator, the response was a collective scratching of heads.

First Derivatives wins NYSE contract

First Derivatives wins NYSE contract

Listed Irish financial software firm First Derivatives has won a contract with the New York Stock Exchange to provide cloud storage services for financial data.

Equities: Global investors optimistic about European stocks

Equities: Global investors optimistic about European stocks

International investors are bullish about European stocks in 2013 according to recent reports, and Irish companies are among the biggest beneficiaries.

Parker Green lodges appeal over plans for Waterford centre

Parker Green lodges appeal over plans for Waterford centre

Property firm Parker Green has lodged an appeal to An Bord Pleanála after the local authority in Waterford city stymied its plans for a large-scale shopping-centre.

Investcorp to make €500 million on Fleetmatics investment

Investcorp to make €500 million on Fleetmatics investment

Private equity firm Investcorp looks set to make close to $500 million off its original investment in Irish software company Fleetmatics.

Department of Finance seeks clarity on EU transaction tax

Department of Finance seeks clarity on EU transaction tax

The Department of Finance is seeking clarification on the European Commission's position on the proposed financial transaction tax (FTT).

Funds: Bernanke comments wiped 10% off Irish-based holdings

Funds: Bernanke comments wiped 10% off Irish-based holdings

Investment funds domiciled in Ireland saw nearly 10 per cent of their value wiped out at the end of the second quarter on the back of comments by Ben Bernanke.

The FAI's financial own goal

The FAI's financial own goal

With World Cup qualification now out of the question, the FAI's failure to sell season tickets for the Aviva has left it in a precarious financial state, writes Barry J Whyte.

Newsmakers: the McCann brothers

Newsmakers: the McCann brothers

Fyffes times better for the McCanns

Dublin 4 clinic plan sent to Bord Pleanála

Dublin 4 clinic plan sent to Bord Pleanála

Developer Gerry Conlan's application to build a medical centre in Dublin 4 has been referred to An Bord Pleanála after objections to the plans.

Crumlin primary care centre gets approval

Crumlin primary care centre gets approval

The Religious Sisters of Charity have been granted planning permission to modify the convent at St Agnes Road, Crumlin, for use as a primary care facility.

Mulryan claims Newbridge trade will be lost to bigger village outlet

Mulryan claims Newbridge trade will be lost to bigger village outlet

Newbridge's town centre will lose as much as 21 per cent of its business to a larger Kildare Village outlet, according to the owners of the Whitewater Shopping Centre.

Is the new insolvency regime for you?

Is the new insolvency regime for you?

While the new personal insolvency service has been welcomed, there are some concerns about the manner in which it will function, writes Barry J Whyte.