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.

Share bonanza for Ireland’s Amazon staff as online retail giant remains buoyant

Share bonanza for Ireland’s Amazon staff as online retail giant remains buoyant

Irish employees of Amazon shared nearly €30 million in share incentives in 2018, recently filed...

Wearable sports devices company, Playertek made a loss of €4.7 million in 2018

Wearable sports devices company, Playertek made a loss of €4.7 million in 2018

The company saw its losses rise from €1.5 million in 2017 to €4.7 million in 2018

Profile John Lyttle : A nice Lyttle earner

Profile John Lyttle : A nice Lyttle earner

Factfile Name: John Lyttle Age: 51 Appearance: trim, greying, and dressed in smart-casual clothes...

Athenry data centre objector strikes again

Athenry data centre objector strikes again

McDonagh launches appeal to stop new facility being built in his native Wicklow by Aldgate

Trillion-dollar Capital Group continues dump of Irish stocks

Trillion-dollar Capital Group continues dump of Irish stocks

Fund trims stake in Providence Resources by €900,000 on back of Ryanair sell-off last year

Petroceltic awards $1bn contract on Algerian gas field

Petroceltic awards $1bn contract on Algerian gas field

The once Irish-owned oil exploration company Petroceltic has awarded a $1 billion engineering con...

Desmond’s diamond mine reports loss  and is expecting a difficult rest of year

Desmond’s diamond mine reports loss and is expecting a difficult rest of year

Dermot Desmond’s Mountain Province Diamonds is expecting a difficult 2019, the company’s chie...

Fear and loathing in Ashbourne

Fear and loathing in Ashbourne

Conspiracy theories, dire warnings about Muslims, a terror of immigration, an obsession with George Soros: welcome to the world of Anti-Corruption Ireland, the new political party founded by former journalist Gemma O’Doherty

Mick Wallace demands apology over comments in ‘fracking’ row

Mick Wallace demands apology over comments in ‘fracking’ row

Independent TD Mick Wallace is seeking apologies from several local newspapers and the Irish Crea...

Firm chaired by O’Dea doubles stake in proton beam company

Firm chaired by O’Dea doubles stake in proton beam company

The Willie O’Dea-chaired Formation Group has doubled the value of its stake in Proton Partners,...

Zappone’s department shelves inquiry into child abuse case

Zappone’s department shelves inquiry into child abuse case

An inquiry into what has been described as one of the biggest alleged paedophile rings in the his...

Desmond sees his wealth ranking drop on Forbes list

Desmond sees his wealth ranking drop on Forbes list

Recent events at Datalex have made it an interesting time for one of Ireland’s richest men, and now the influential US magazine says his wealth has been reduced

Saudi prince invests €700,000 in Curragh redevelopment

Saudi prince invests €700,000 in Curragh redevelopment

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Khalid bin Abdullah has stuck €700,000 into the company behind the Curr...

Desmond diamond mine return ‘disappoints’ BlackRock

Desmond diamond mine return ‘disappoints’ BlackRock

Significant US investor shrinks stake after tough year for sector

Hold out for pay increase before you retire to boost your pension, teachers’ union says

Hold out for pay increase before you retire to boost your pension, teachers’ union says

The advice is being given at pre-retirement courses run by the Teachers’ Union of Ireland