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.

AA Ireland cranks up profits

AA Ireland cranks up profits

Operating profits in the year to the end of January 217 rose to €13.1 million from €11.8 million

Masding must act fast to boost confidence in Permanent TSB

Masding must act fast to boost confidence in Permanent TSB

PTSB’s level of bad loans is high, even by the standard of the Greek banks

Naughten turned down meeting with INM chair

Naughten turned down meeting with INM chair

Leslie Buckley requested meeting to discuss future of newspaper funding

Exclusive: The tycoons and companies receiving state aid payments

Exclusive: The tycoons and companies receiving state aid payments

Some of Ireland’s wealthiest business figures and multinational companies were recipients of millions of euro of state aid

AIB boss urges patience with state’s house-building measures

AIB boss urges patience with state’s house-building measures

Bernard Byrne says the state risks creating uncertainty in the property market by changing policy too quickly

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

INM will find it hard to paper over several huge cracks at its upcoming agm

Revealed: The multinationals and Irish firms benefiting from state aid

Revealed: The multinationals and Irish firms benefiting from state aid

Call centres, cakes and cranes are just some of the businesses the Irish state invests in

The Post Podcast: Ray Bassett, gender pay row, can Micheál Martin be Taoiseach?

The Post Podcast: Ray Bassett, gender pay row, can Micheál Martin be Taoiseach?

Ian Guider is joined by former Irish diplomat Ray Bassett, Colette Sexton and Hugh O'Connell

Profile Richie Boucher: Banks for the memories

Profile Richie Boucher: Banks for the memories

Bank of Ireland’s final set of financial results under Boucher's tenure are released on Friday morning

State makes move on €15bn owed by Apple

State makes move on €15bn owed by Apple

The National Treasury Management Agency has been appointed by the department to run the process

US fund management giants snap up shares in AIB

US fund management giants snap up shares in AIB

The full details of all those who bought shares in the initial public offering last month have not been disclosed

Enterprise Ireland pensions liability up by almost 25 per cent in one year

Enterprise Ireland pensions liability up by almost 25 per cent in one year

The state agency’s annual report revealed that its obligations to its pensioners hit €413 million at the end of 2016

INM jobs under threat as company bids to shore up revenue slowdown

INM jobs under threat as company bids to shore up revenue slowdown

Last week INM warned that costs outside of its Newspread logistics and distribution divisions would come down by €10 million this year compared to 2016

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

A big week looms for the banks, with AIB, PTSB and BoI under scrutiny as their half-year results come out

INM warns of materially lower profits

INM warns of materially lower profits

Company’s total advertising revenue will be down by 7% this year