Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton joined the Sunday Business Post in 2014. As well as being news correspondent, Sexton covers the media and marketing beat for the Sunday Business Post. A native of Co Clare, she holds a first class honours BA in History, Politics, Sociology and Social Studies from University of Limerick and a first class honours MA in Journalism from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

‘We don’t pay patients for what we do’

‘We don’t pay patients for what we do’

Anne Jones of Genomics Medicine Ireland wants your DNA, and insists it will be ‘rigorously’ protected

Law Society head: fraud ads hinder genuine insurance claims

Law Society head: fraud ads hinder genuine insurance claims

Insurance fraud costs insurance companies in Ireland an estimated €200 million annually, according to Insurance Ireland.

See you in Coppers: Supermac’s boss signals interest in venue

See you in Coppers: Supermac’s boss signals interest in venue

● The Jackson Court Hotel – and its famous basement nightclub – went on the market last week with an expected sale price of €40 million ● McDonagh says Harcourt Street club has 'a special place in a lot of relationships'

RTÉ rents desk space for London correspondent

RTÉ rents desk space for London correspondent

Office closed in 2012 as part of cost-cutting measures

US software firm Zendesk targets

US software firm Zendesk targets

Dublin Firm on course to hit 550 staff in Ireland

Belfast firm plans 400 jobs in move south of the border

Belfast firm plans 400 jobs in move south of the border

Mount Charles, which offers a range of outsourcing services including catering, cleaning, and security, turns over £40 million a year and employs 2,500 staff

Galway-based Moetion Films budgets €7.6 million for new animated feature

Galway-based Moetion Films budgets €7.6 million for new animated feature

Galway-based animation studio Moetion Films is making a sequel to its 3D animated film Two by Two...

Webprint bought back by founder O’Doherty

Webprint bought back by founder O’Doherty

There has been a management buyout of Cork-based printing company Webprint. Sunrise Media sold Ad...

‘If you’re going to deprive people of their liberty, that health setting needs to be the best of the best’

‘If you’re going to deprive people of their liberty, that health setting needs to be the best of the best’

John Farrelly of the Mental Health Commission is prepared to do what it takes to improve conditions in mental health units

City Bin collects €30m pot for acquisitions

City Bin collects €30m pot for acquisitions

The City Bin Company plans to go on an acquisition spree after securing €30 million in investme...

Dunnes workers to seek revised contracts

Dunnes workers to seek revised contracts

More than 1,000 Dunnes Stores workers will apply for revised contracts when new employment legisl...

VideoDoc treated up to 1,200 on trip to Kenya

VideoDoc treated up to 1,200 on trip to Kenya

Digital doctor service VideoDoc has set up a healthcare programme in Kenya. Representatives of th...

RTÉ workers considering protests over controversial employment contracts

RTÉ workers considering protests over controversial employment contracts

Workers at RTÉ are considering industrial action as issues over controversial employment contra...

Government pays out more to new parents despite drop in birth rate

Government pays out more to new parents despite drop in birth rate

People in Ireland may be having fewer babies, but the government is paying out millions more to n...

British firm eyes entry into Irish rail services

British firm eyes entry into Irish rail services

Go-Ahead Ireland runs several public bus routes here. Its parent company, Go-Ahead Group, operates both trains and buses in Britain and Europe