Edmund HeaphyEdmund Heaphy is a journalist with The Business Post, primarily working on its digital desk. He is the former editor of The University Times in Trinity College Dublin, and is the current USI National Journalist of the Year. He previously received an international shortlisting for editorial writing from the US-based Society of Professional Journalists, as well as several awards from the US-based Society for News Design. You can follow him on Twitter at @edmundheaphy
'Macron win will complicate Brexit negotiations for Ireland'
A Le Pen loss would be a plus for Ireland - but that doesn't mean we should cheer for Macron either
French fund Infravia acquires Carechoice group in €60m deal
Nursing and retirement home group was purchased by Emerald Capital Partners in 2014
Irish businesses condemn 'totally unjustified' wildcat strike
Dublin Chamber urges government to hold firm against pressure to intervene
Hypocrisy of Irish disbelief at post-Brexit relaxed regulation
Ireland is right to play by the rules, but should not be surprised when others fail to do the same, writes Edmund Heaphy
Young Social Innovators aims to be in half of Irish secondary schools by 2020
The group's programme encourages young people to tackle social issues
Comment: 'Trump can’t keep complaining about America's problems. It's his job to fix them'
Trump’s speech was short, but it wasn’t sweet, writes Edmund Heaphy
Brexit: 'Britain leaving the single market is a one-way ticket to disaster for Ireland'
Irish businesses in Britain must campaign against Brexit more vigorously, warns former British Europe minister
Spencer Dock, Sandymount and Dalkey - the priciest rail stops for renters
Daft.ie's Dart and Luas rental map shows it costs €1,553 to rent on the Luas green line
Analysis: 'With Brexit, Ireland is playing for 'Team EU' – but is that the right move?'
Could Ireland get a better deal if it considers itself just one of 27?
Analysis: What today's expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike means
Market reaction to Trump's election signals a move away from a dependence on monetary policy
Sky and RTÉ confirm first five-year GAA media rights deal
Deal worth €80 million first revealed by The Sunday Business Post
Analysis: 'QE concerns not a problem but Ireland's economy could get out of hand'
While markets were uneasy about ECB moves, the worry for us is we may grow too much, top economist warns
Ireland's energy could face post-Brexit security threat - IIEA report
All aspects of Irish energy could be "heavily affected" by Britain leaving EU, study warns