Edmund Heaphy

Edmund Heaphy

Edmund 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

Natrium’s Clerys restoration gets the go-ahead

Natrium’s Clerys restoration gets the go-ahead

Dublin City Council grants permission to Deirde Foley-backed firm for revamp of landmark building

Sky and RTÉ confirm first five-year GAA media rights deal

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'

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

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

Enda Kenny says it's 'impossible' to do a Brexit deal in two years

Enda Kenny says it's 'impossible' to do a Brexit deal in two years

Taoiseach tells Sky News that a transition deal between EU and Britain is 'inevitable'

Benefitting from Trump - Stripe's new $9bn valuation is no shock

Benefitting from Trump - Stripe's new $9bn valuation is no shock

Limerick-born Collison brothers firm raises €150m after US election saw Stripe gain from campaign fund processing

Analysis: Former BoI investor Ross set for key Trump role

Analysis: Former BoI investor Ross set for key Trump role

Described as the saviour of Bank of Ireland, Ross's investment firm has committed around $300m to Dublin

The EU is afraid your self-driving car could become a digital political weapon

The EU is afraid your self-driving car could become a digital political weapon

As Europe moves towards all-digital transport, the risks and roadblocks become apparent

Major corporate events ‘just not doable’ in Dublin

Major corporate events ‘just not doable’ in Dublin

Dublin is missing a whole range of the kinds of larger events centres that most capital cities have

Analysis: New accounting rules might not ruffle the feathers of Irish banks

Analysis: New accounting rules might not ruffle the feathers of Irish banks

Irish institutions already have sizeable provisions - but EU banks will have to increase them by 18 per cent

Central Bank Governor: Brexit is now the biggest concern for Irish SMEs

Central Bank Governor: Brexit is now the biggest concern for Irish SMEs

Uncertainty will delay investment plans, Philip Lane said

Ryanair received €2m in improper aid from Austrian airport, EU says

Ryanair received €2m in improper aid from Austrian airport, EU says

Ryanair among three airlines that benefitted from improper aid from an Austrian airport operator

Ireland's stocks benefit the most of any developed country from Trump win

Ireland's stocks benefit the most of any developed country from Trump win

Irish building materials firm surges almost 13 per cent in week to date, making Iseq the biggest winner

Millions saw TG4's weather report - and it was very deliberate

Millions saw TG4's weather report - and it was very deliberate

With a tiny budget for promoting online content around the world, Dublin's ICAN made the channel go viral

Brexit: 'The British haven't a clue what they're doing'

Brexit: 'The British haven't a clue what they're doing'

If they got yesterday's High Court decision so badly wrong, what else can we expect?