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.

Caterers invest €2m at Shannon Airport

Caterers invest €2m at Shannon Airport

EFG Inflight grows turnover by 40 per cent

Harry and Meghan get their names in... amino acids

Harry and Meghan get their names in... amino acids

Tech hub Dogpatch Labs give ‘most unusual gift ever’

RTÉ editors clash over World Cup match

RTÉ editors clash over World Cup match

There was a clash of opinions among RTÉ’s senior editorial staff and its managing director of ...

Charities Regulator case struck out

Charities Regulator case struck out

The challenge had been taken by the former chief executive of Ataxia Ireland against the findings of a Charities Regulator report into the charity

Chasing Returns raises €600k in funding round

Chasing Returns raises €600k in funding round

Fintech company Chasing Returns has raised €600,000 in its second round of funding as the compa...

Hitting high notes by mixing cinema with classical

Hitting high notes by mixing cinema with classical

Cork native Maggie O’Herlihy specialises in combining showings of classic movies with live orchestral performances. Now she wants to bring her productions to Ireland, writes Colette Sexton

High success rate for North’s Housing First placements

High success rate for North’s Housing First placements

The Housing First model is due to be rolled out by the government in Ireland

Potential competitors a must-watch for Netflix

Potential competitors a must-watch for Netflix

Traditional TV networks worry about the impact of Netflix on their viewing numbers, but Netflix is more concerned about the likes of Apple and Disney building up their streaming services

Instagram is the key mixer for luxury gin marketing campaign

Instagram is the key mixer for luxury gin marketing campaign

Patrick Shelley held a number of senior positions at LVMH before launching his own alcohol compan...

TDs’ treatment of RTÉ proves their disdain for media

TDs’ treatment of RTÉ proves their disdain for media

They may talk in public about the importance of a strong, free media for democracy but, as their attitude to RTÉ shows, our elected representatives aren’t always keen on being asked tough questions

Sunny spell sees sizzling sales for retail

Sunny spell sees sizzling sales for retail

It seems we are all screaming for ice cream during the heatwave, with Supermac’s seeing a huge ...

Murphy’s Ice Cream mulls Mediterranean move Founder hatches plans to open shop in Mallorca

Murphy’s Ice Cream mulls Mediterranean move Founder hatches plans to open shop in Mallorca

Murphy’s Ice Cream hopes to open a shop in Mallorca, the Spanish island in the Mediterranean. S...

Now is a good  time to sell up, finance expert tells Ireland’s SME

Now is a good time to sell up, finance expert tells Ireland’s SME

Now is a good time to sell SME businesses to maximise return, according to Jason Bradshaw, partne...

Media Matters Podcast: Investigative journalist Peter Geoghegan

Media Matters Podcast: Investigative journalist Peter Geoghegan

In this month’s Media Matters podcast, Colette Sexton talks to Peter Geoghegan, Investigations Editor of openDemocracy and Independent Global Media Platform

Refusal to cut hair gives razor firm's ads an edge

Refusal to cut hair gives razor firm's ads an edge

US brand Billie decided not to go the typical lady razor ad route of having a glamorous model shaving completely hair-free body parts. The new campaign from the US brand shows women shaving actual body hair off