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.

Willie Mullins: ‘Cheltenham is my All-Ireland final’

Willie Mullins: ‘Cheltenham is my All-Ireland final’

It’s been a trying year for Willie Mullins, but the legendary trainer is still looking forward to the festival with his usual relish

Bon Secours private healthcare business worth over €120m

Bon Secours private healthcare business worth over €120m

In 2015 alone, the company generated a profit of €2.3 million

Stock take: market week

Stock take: market week

JD Wetherspoon revenues rise JD Wetherspoon said revenue rose in the first half of the year, inc...

Housebuilder Cairn: a third of sales are to first-time buyers

Housebuilder Cairn: a third of sales are to first-time buyers

Nation’s biggest house builder says property investors account for less than 10 per cent of sales

Transatlantic travel is undergoing a revolution - and Irish airlines are at its core

Transatlantic travel is undergoing a revolution - and Irish airlines are at its core

With Ireland at the centre of this aviation boom, Irish travellers will benefit most of all, writes Fearghal O'Connor

Survivor Marie Collins reveals why she quit Pope Francis’s special Vatican commission to tackle clerical sex abuse

Survivor Marie Collins reveals why she quit Pope Francis’s special Vatican commission to tackle clerical sex abuse

‘You are so concerned about the pain of the victim that you can’t write back saying, thank you very much, we got your letter?’

Revealed: €63m owed by bust Circle Oil includes €98k wage bill

Revealed: €63m owed by bust Circle Oil includes €98k wage bill

Limerick-based company had a portfolio of oil assets in Morocco, Tunisia, Oman and Egypt

Bus Éireann's hidden problem could be another bump in the road

Bus Éireann's hidden problem could be another bump in the road

Company must take a long hard look at itself and ask: is there a better way to organise itself?

Kerry Group: How a company defined a region

Kerry Group: How a company defined a region

In 1972, a group of canny farmers backed the establishment of Kerry Co-op. But, some believe a division is now developing between farmers with Kerry shares and those without

First Tesco. Now Mandate sets its sights on TK Maxx stores

First Tesco. Now Mandate sets its sights on TK Maxx stores

US multinational fashion retailer did not show up at recent Labour Court hearing in escalating dispute with Mandate workers at Arklow outlet

Airline SAS launches hiring drive for new Dublin headquarters

Airline SAS launches hiring drive for new Dublin headquarters

New subsidiary is seeking a chief executive to set up and run new Irish head office

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