Ian Guider

Ian Guider

Ian Guider is Markets Editor of The Sunday Business Post, and leads the paper’s markets coverage. He previously worked with Newstalk, where he was Business Editor and presenter of the station’s daily business show Breakfast Business. Guider has been a business journalist for more than 15 years, working for a number of Irish and international media groups including the Irish Examiner, the Sunday Tribune and Bloomberg, where he was Banking Correspondent.

Pageant Holdings ups stake in Providence

Pageant Holdings ups stake in Providence

The investment vehicle now controls just over 10 per cent of Providence, according to a regulator filing, making it the third-biggest investor in the company

Pitt departure sets the scene for further drama at INM

Pitt departure sets the scene for further drama at INM

The chief executive has resigned, but the issues he raised during his stormy tenure are still very much a live grenade, writes Ian Guider

When objecting becomes objectionable

When objecting becomes objectionable

Ireland has the good fortune to have both the climate and the space for data centre location. So why are we making it so hard for companies to do business with us?

Market Talk

Market Talk

Peter Bacon’s expertise may be needed again to find out just what on earth is going on in the housebuilding sector

Tax breaks bonanza for film and TV studios

Tax breaks bonanza for film and TV studios

Some 16 companies were able to claim relief worth more than €500,000 to fund productions using the scheme, known as Section 481

Directing the board

Directing the board

Company boards can become complacent and self-absorbed over time, which makes agm attendees all the more determined to give them a good kicking

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Time for Ryanair’s heavy hitters to speak up

A budget to forget?

A budget to forget?

Paschal Donohoe is determined to balance the books, so this week’s budget is likely to be of little consequence

Aryzta may face claim from former top executive

Aryzta may face claim from former top executive

Ronan Minahan stepped down as chief operating officer of Aryzta’s US business in late June, having been appointed to the company’s executive management team in February as part of a shake-up of roles

IDA chief: Connect Ireland ‘not ideal’ job creation model

IDA chief: Connect Ireland ‘not ideal’ job creation model

The IDA and Connect Ireland are in dispute about the number of jobs that have been created by the scheme over the last five years

Ireland faces EU court action for slow recovery of Apple tax

Ireland faces EU court action for slow recovery of Apple tax

The action is a result of the time it is taking to recover the €13 billion in illegal state aid to Apple

Post Podcast: Budget 2018 countdown and Ireland's latest Michelin star

Post Podcast: Budget 2018 countdown and Ireland's latest Michelin star

Ian Guider is joined by Michael Brennan, Jack Horgan-Jones and Gillian Nelis

PTSB’s Masding cries foul over regulatory costs

PTSB’s Masding cries foul over regulatory costs

Masding said the current method for calculating how much it should be levied by the regulator needs to be more appropriate to its size

Ban on bank bonuses to stay, investors are told

Ban on bank bonuses to stay, investors are told

Top executives from a number of institutions have said they do not expect the political intent to get rid of the caps to change

Major cost saving plan needed to shore up Aryzta

Major cost saving plan needed to shore up Aryzta

Chairman Gary McGann said it was still its intention to sell its holding in Picard