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

Analysis: Facebook once again shows it can grow without spiralling costs

Analysis: Facebook once again shows it can grow without spiralling costs

Facebook's figures show it can smash estimates while maintaining a healthy margin, unlike Twitter

Úll doesn’t fall far from the tree

Úll doesn’t fall far from the tree

While it is no longer the case that ‘Apple rules all’ and the Úll conference has evolved beyond its original audience, the Kerry event remains rooted in its core values

Comment: There's a good case Cork isn’t as strong a second city as it should be

Comment: There's a good case Cork isn’t as strong a second city as it should be

Many of the city's issues can’t be blamed on funding - a reason often used to blame at Dublin, writes Edmund Heaphy

Two Dáil moves on climate change in one day, but no 'turning point'

Two Dáil moves on climate change in one day, but no 'turning point'

Despite two big climate-related bills passed yesterday, there's a lot to be done, say experts

EU trade deal: Beef is on the table – and very much on the menu

EU trade deal: Beef is on the table – and very much on the menu

Irish beef industry fears it will be slaughtered by competition from Southern Hemisphere

Developer Greg Kavanagh sells stake in assets of property firm

Developer Greg Kavanagh sells stake in assets of property firm

Two principal partners of New Generation Homes to part ways

Finance Bill: Investors to be hit with 20% vulture fund tax

Finance Bill: Investors to be hit with 20% vulture fund tax

Help-to-buy scheme will require only 70% mortgage

Trump refuses to say if he'll accept election result

Trump refuses to say if he'll accept election result

CNN poll says Clinton won final presidential debate

Comment: Lessons of citizens' assemblies may ring a few bells in Ireland

Comment: Lessons of citizens' assemblies may ring a few bells in Ireland

The Netherlands found its assembly became a temporary solution to a political problem

11 moves made in today's budget

11 moves made in today's budget

There's a €5 social welfare boost, around €500m for health - and plans for a sugar tax

5 things we learned from the latest construction PMI

5 things we learned from the latest construction PMI

The construction industry seems largely Brexit proof

Cluster of Irish outsourcing companies launches

Cluster of Irish outsourcing companies launches

Jobs minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor launches Crios

What it says in the papers

What it says in the papers

Majority in favour of repeal of Eighth; budget news; garda controversy

Dublin's Spencer, Morgan and Beacon Hotels sold to US billionaire John Malone

Dublin's Spencer, Morgan and Beacon Hotels sold to US billionaire John Malone

Partnership consisting of John Malone, Paul Higgins and John Lally make purchase for undisclosed sum

Who is Eddie O'Connor? From Irish peat and Airtricity to $1.5 billion in Vietnam

Who is Eddie O'Connor? From Irish peat and Airtricity to $1.5 billion in Vietnam

His company's $1.5 billion Vietnam deal with General Electric is not his first foray into the energy market