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.

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, ...

Smoke and mirrors: the discreet charm of the Communications Clinic

Smoke and mirrors: the discreet charm of the Communications Clinic

In an era of cynicism about politics, it doesn’t help when a PR company working for the government keeps becoming the story. But now Eoghan McDermott of the Communications Clinic wants to put the record straight

Fix ‘ambiguous’ electoral act, says baptism barrier campaigner

Fix ‘ambiguous’ electoral act, says baptism barrier campaigner

Equate’s founder, Michael Barron, told The Sunday Business Post the sheer volume of correspondence required from Sipo to answer a complaint about funding contributed to winding down the organisation

Barry J Whyte on business

Barry J Whyte on business

Companies and workers clash over the right to join a union

Stormont suspension could scupper planned multibillion-dollar Tyrone gold mine project

Stormont suspension could scupper planned multibillion-dollar Tyrone gold mine project

Dalradian Gold is currently in the midst of a planning application for its Curraghinalt site in Tyrone. This has to be submitted for official approval by the Northern Ireland Executive – which has been suspended since January 2017

Irish-run forestry fund in potential client data breach

Irish-run forestry fund in potential client data breach

GWD Forestry – a British fund which since September has been run by a Spain-based Irishman called Martin Eamon Roche – has raised an estimated €33.5 million from investors for plots of forestry

Profit & Loss

Profit & Loss

Inside the world of Irish private business

Brand on the run

Brand on the run

Last month it emerged that Cristiano Ronaldo was the subject of an allegation of rape being investigated by police in Los Angeles. He has denied any wrongdoing, but the questions continue to circle around the Portuguese player

The Re-Start: Isa Nacewa

The Re-Start: Isa Nacewa

A life can change course in a matter of minutes. Isa Nacewa knows that as well as anyone. His turning point came in 2003, during the Rugby World Cup

Coca-Cola ordered to recognise trade union at Ballina Beverages plant

Coca-Cola ordered to recognise trade union at Ballina Beverages plant

But soft drink giant says ‘vast majority have no desire to be party to collective bargaining process’

Stained glass windows stymie Comers’ apartment plans

Stained glass windows stymie Comers’ apartment plans

Brian and Luke Comer have been refused permission to build their proposed Lyreen View apartment complex in Maynooth in Kildare

Aryzta faces crunch talks over €800 million funding plan

Aryzta faces crunch talks over €800 million funding plan

Embattled Swiss-Irish bakery company Aryzta is facing last-minute talks with its biggest sharehol...