Fearghal O'Connor

Fearghal O'Connor

Fearghal O'Connor is Public Affairs Editor of the Sunday Business Post. A staff member with the Post since 2011, he has worked as a journalist for more than 15 years writing across a range of topics. A five-time winner of the Transport Journalist of the Year award, he previously worked for titles including North County Leader, The Sunday Tribune, Business & Finance, Ashville Media and RTE Online.

4 reasons why Kerry football and Kerry Group are inexorably intertwined

4 reasons why Kerry football and Kerry Group are inexorably intertwined

The success of both is underpinned by consistent excellence, writes Fearghal O'Connor

OCI mulls sale of Howth office as Rio scandal costs mount

OCI mulls sale of Howth office as Rio scandal costs mount

The crisis since the Rio Olympics last August has cost the OCI up to €1 million.

Falcon awaits make-or-break decision on Australia fracking

Falcon awaits make-or-break decision on Australia fracking

Falcon Oil & Gas has seen its share price rocket after the discovery of shale gas in Australia. But local authorities are blocking its recovery

Sarah Keane: Cleaning up after an Olympic disaster

Sarah Keane: Cleaning up after an Olympic disaster

New Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) president Sarah Keane reflects on her plan to bring the organisation out of the darkness

Fearghal O'Connor: The 5 stages of Bus Éireann’s grief

Fearghal O'Connor: The 5 stages of Bus Éireann’s grief

Industrial disputes generally pass through a number of distinct and predictable phases

Stock take: market week

Stock take: market week

Disney says it can regain its sparkle The Walt Disney Company has said it is confident about its ...

IT cloud firm set up here to avoid US government snooping on client accounts

IT cloud firm set up here to avoid US government snooping on client accounts

Zoho Corporation opened its new Dublin facility two weeks ago to host data for its ManageEngine subsidiary

'Ray Hernan is fighting a war on two fronts'

'Ray Hernan is fighting a war on two fronts'

The Bus Éireann boss will just have to get used to hostile drivers and their passengers

Fearghal O'Connor: 'Tesco Valentine's strike is no bed of roses for Irish workers'

Fearghal O'Connor: 'Tesco Valentine's strike is no bed of roses for Irish workers'

The supermarket dispute is a microcosm of the wider tension between a decent living wage and intense commercial pressures

Talks over shoring up loss-making Bus Éireann routes

Talks over shoring up loss-making Bus Éireann routes

Potential subsidy payments of more than €7 million on a range of loss-making routes

Enda Kenny: Beacon South Quarter issues due to lack of supervision

Enda Kenny: Beacon South Quarter issues due to lack of supervision

€10 million repair bill for Ires Reit and private owners

Donegal: An isolated case in need of some attention

Donegal: An isolated case in need of some attention

Policy makers must look at the specific issues affecting the ‘Forgotten County’

Economics has to dominate politics, and if it doesn’t, then the world suffers

Economics has to dominate politics, and if it doesn’t, then the world suffers

He has been an evangelist for renewable energy for 30 years, but Eddie O’Connor says any hope of developing the sector here died with the Brexit result

Bus Éireann cuts use of spare drivers

Bus Éireann cuts use of spare drivers

Move pre-empts cost-cutting measures announced by the loss-making company

Mainstream Renewable on $3bn funding drive

Mainstream Renewable on $3bn funding drive

Energy firm’s solar, wind projects span globe